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Capitol Shopping Centre, Cardiff

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
Capitol Centre is an indoor shopping centre in the city of Cardiff, Wales. The building is built on the site of the former Capitol Theatre, and is situated at the eastern end of Queen Street near the Dumfries Place bus terminus and Cardiff Queen Street railway station.It advertises itself as the premier shopping destination in Cardiff, with a focus on the higher end of women's fashion, including tenants such as, Jaeger, Dune, Phase Eight, Hobbs, Eden Park, Internacionale, Moda in Pelle and Austin Reed. It is anchored by a large H&M store, with the front of the centre being dominated by Tesco since Virgin Megastores and Zavvi ceased operations in 2009.Other tenants of the centre include: Cafe Caribe and Soho Coffee Company both long established cafe restaurants. Pulse Cafe Bar & Nightclub is also part of the centre, albeit with a separate external entrance. Orange, 3, Halifax plc, BSkyB, Vidal Sassoon, Monsoon Accessorize, M·A·C, Boots & Sgice Electronic Cigarettes.
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  • Has nothing in it other than pound world and a Tesco Express. If visiting Cardiff I would reccomend St Davids instead or even Queens Arcade as these both have many more shops and restaurants etc. Don'...  read more »
  • 3 shops and a way over priced, tight, get you car bumped for free, car park! if the parking were cheaper, perhaps more people use the place? 
  • It's just your average mediocre shopping mall really. Most people just use it to get into St David's. A lot of the shops are empty. 
  • Very convenient, free bathroom, a wide variety of shops, very hygienic, very tidy, I love its layout, I've almost never been on the second floor as it is occupied by easyGym. But yea strongly recommended as it's one of the very few of its kind in Cardiff.
  • nothing special. Just a bunch of shops and a few cafes. I was never impressed by this place.
  • Great parking facilities, but lately a lot of the shops inside have closed down making it feel a bit empty and ghost-town like
  • Nice little shopping centre, car park is very tight spaces, it's a quiet little place
  • Plenty of shops, snack and juice bars. I like it because you can get high end ir low cost goods. Variety always a winner with me.
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