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The Architects' Journal has teamed up with Rocco Forte Hotels to bring you the chance to stay at the St David's Hotel & Spa on Cardiff's Millennium Waterfront, Wales' premier five-star hotel, for a fraction of the normal price. The hotel was designed by Patrick Davies Architecture, with interior design by Olga Polizzi, Sir Rocco Forte's sister.

A night in a suite at the hotel normally costs up to £390, but AJ readers can take advantage of a special rate of £80 per person Sunday to Thursday or £100 per person on Fridays and Saturdays.

The offer is based on two people sharing a room. A single supplement of £30 applies. The price includes full Welsh breakfast, plus temporary membership of the hotel's health spa. All rooms have a ship-style balcony deck overlooking the waterfront and, subject to availability, you could be upgraded to a lavish Mastersuite, with its own lounge and two balconies from which to admire the bay views and sunsets over the Bristol Channel.

The hotel has a 15-metre swimming pool, two marine hydrotherapy pools, a fully equipped gym and 14 treatment rooms providing therapies from China, Bali, India and Europe. The awardwinning Tides Restaurant serves imaginative dishes created by Michelin star-rated executive chef, Daniel James.

The offer is valid until 30 April 2004, subject to rate availability.

For more details or to book, call Hotel Reservations on 0870 460 6040, quoting The Architects' Journal .

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