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The Architects' Journal has teamed up with Rocco Forte Hotels to bring you the chance to stay in top-notch hotels across Britain as part of a summer celebration - for a fraction of the normal price. Simply quote The Architects' Journal when you book at any of the four participating five-star hotels.

The first in our series of offers is for the St David's Hotel & Spa (above) , designed by Patrick Davies Architecture, on Cardiff 's Millennium Waterfront. Olga Polizzi - Sir Rocco Forte's sister - was behind the hotel's minimalist interior design. Normally it costs up to £365 per night for a suite with a balcony overlooking the bay, but thanks to the AJ you and your partner can take a room for just £75 per person Sunday to Thursday, or £85 on Fridays and Saturdays. The offer is based on two sharing (a single supplement of £30 applies) and runs from 1 July to 12 September, subject to availability.

For that, readers get a fullWelsh breakfast plus use of the hotel's health spa, with an upgrade to a suite or a Mastersuite with a lounge and two balconies subject to availability.

The hotel has a swimming pool,14 treatment rooms for therapies from China, Bali, India and Europe, and the award-winning Tides Marco Pierre White Restaurant. For more details or to book, call hotel reservations on 02920 454045 quoting The Architects' Journal. Watch out for other offers in the series throughout the summer.

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