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The art nouveau interior gives the place a certain class but there's really nothing outstanding about the place, except that there was a clothes washer/dryer in the room, a small kitchenette, and a very low mezzanine floor (not sure why, though). It's about a 20...More
This "hotel" is staffed and trained to provide no service to its guests. I've stayed here many times but it has been declining for a couple years and now it is at rock bottom.
I had to send a package so I asked for a...More
At first, I had a crystal suite, which when I saw first, I was shocked. The shock came from the size and décor of the suite. Pathetic, I must say! But the story didn't end there. The room was very tight and honestly very weird....More
Conveniently located in Gangnam area. Clean rooms with wifi. Attentive staff and convenience store located in lobby of hotel. Rooms are a bit small for western standards but adequate for me. Cute upstairs landing area for storage or an extra place to sleep for a...More
Convenient location to subway, large and well decorated, it was also economical, well maintained and would certainly recommend it.
Surprised at how large a room with divider for bedroom and living area.
A complete kitchen for a longer stay.
Nice options for breakfast very close...More
A large business hub, Samseongdong is anchored by Korea’s World Trade Center, where many important business exhibitions and meetings are held. The enormous COEX mall sprawls underground, providing a myriad of things to do and see, including a large aquarium and movie theater. For a bit of peace and zen, head over to the ornate Bongeunsa Temple which is one of Korea’s most important places of worship. Or
take a stroll nearby through the tranquil royal burial grounds of Seonjeongneung, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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There are airport shuttle buses that stop in front of most hotels. Ask your hotel where the airport shuttle stop is, then go and look at the schedule or ask your hotel to help you. It is about $10 USD equivalent per person... More
There are airport shuttle buses that stop in front of most hotels. Ask your hotel where the airport shuttle stop is, then go and look at the schedule or ask your hotel to help you. It is about $10 USD equivalent per person so a great bargain.
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"get a room facing the backside of the hotel, higher up, view and quiet"