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St David's Hall is the award-winning National Concert Hall and Conference Centre of Wales and is owned and managed by the City and County of Cardiff.
The building is extremely versatile with technical facilities suitable for major conventions, annual general meetings and corporate presentations or, with a variety of meeting spaces available, smaller meetings, press briefings, training seminars and private lunches.
View the capacities of our conference rooms.
The visually stunning auditorium has been ranked acoustically as 6th best in the world and is permanently wired for broadcasting. With its unusual design of interlinking, wrap-around tiers it provides comfortable seating for up to 2,000 people. As well as major entertainment events – including Cardiff Singer Of The World and the Welsh Proms - it has successfully hosted political conferences, shareholders' Annual Meetings and spectacular corporate parties. Since its royal opening in 1983, it has welcomed delegates from such organisations as The National Union of Teachers, The Association of British Chambers of Commerce and The Chartered Insurance Institute.
Whether you need a large or small space to get your message across, St David's Hall can meet your needs with a range of display and exhibition areas available to you.
St Asaph and Green Room
These two pleasant, airy meeting rooms are often used for conference pressrooms, crèche or organiser's office. They are also ideal for receptions, dinners and corporate hospitality.
Viscount Tonypandy Room
A distinctive room with its own reception area and en-suite facilities especially suitable for VIP receptions, small lunches and dinners, private interviews and committee meetings.
The spacious foyers and bar areas are flexible enough to be used for additional meetings, receptions, parties and informal entertainment. Trade and craft exhibitions (up to 4,500 sq ft) also work well in these spaces. Balconies give views of the city on several levels.
Great care has been taken to ensure accessibility for disabled visitors. The facilities include ramps, automatic doors, a lift with low-level control panel and Braille plates and voice announcements, an infrared system and minicom telephone line for hard of hearing customers, wheelchair positions in the auditorium and accessible toilets.