Motorpoint Arena Cardiff Parking

Latest Motorpoint Arena Cardiff parking reviews
  • Parking on Pitman Lane, CF11

    Helpful and friendly owner of the parking space. Thank you

    Marta
  • Parking on Pitman Lane, CF11

    The space was very easy to find, felt very safe leaving the car for 3 days. Great price. We will definitely be parking here again. Many thanks

    Leanne
  • Parking on Powderham Drive, CF11

    Easy to find, close to Cardiff City Stadium (10 min walk), plenty of room to park any size car. Quiet residential street and unaffected by post match road closures.

    Chris
  • Parking on Powderham Drive, CF11

    Great communications with Owner,Big space,safe, will use again if available when we are here again.

    Russell
  • Parking on St Dyfrig And Samson Church, CF11

    As those adverts say. Did what it said on the tin. All Good. 10 mins walk to station. Very secure and being a church.....looked over by our saviour on a cross.

    JAMES
  • Parking on Rutland St, CF11

    Awesome parking..deffo use it again,and again and again xx

    Jason
  • Parking on Pentre Place Church, CF11

    Great parking space, took us a few trips round to find, just look for the blue fence, we were looking for key pad entry, but it is like a bike lock. Easy access to the stadium, train station and city centre, this will definitely be our choice of parking for next time.

    Lorraine
  • Parking on Cardiff Bay, CF10

    Finding the car park was easy, however you still had to search for a space the same as every one else, it was not reserved parking. The only upside was it was cheaper to book online than pay on the day.

    Valerie
  • Parking on St Dyfrig And Samson Church, CF11

    The booking was very easy to sort online. We were visiting the Principality stadium and wanted parking which was easy to find, within walkable distance and in a secure place. I'm glad to say we got all those! Would definitely park there again.

    Ben
  • Parking on St Dyfrig And Samson Church, CF11

    Great space - very quick walk into the centre and it felt much more secure than parking on the street.

    Catherine