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Luxurious oceanfront accommodations near Haeundae BeachLocation, member of the Leading Hotels of the World.This Busan hotel is located in the city center, nestled on the beach a short distance from Busan Aquarium, Haeundae Beach, and DongBaek Park. Also nearby are Nurimaru APEC House...
All reviewsmain buildingoutdoor poolhot poolshaeundae beachocean viewhard rock cafehot spring spathe executive loungebed was very comfortablewonderful hotelconcierge deskbreakfast buffetenjoyed my stayrestaurants and shopslocated rightsouth koreabalcony
We spent one night here after a tour and were impressed with the homepage, their description of the outdoor spa and the hotel overall. Arrived there and were really disappointed with the room not being clean (items left in bathroom and on the floor in...More
This hotel suppose to be one of the best hotel at Busan with Casino. The location and the view is great. However, I'm very disappointed with the swimming pool and the sauna area because it's not very clean and there was a lot of chemicals...More
I'm more than a bit surprised that the Paradise Hotel is supposed to be a "Leading Hotel of the World." We stayed in the "New Wing," and these rooms were a bit dated. I have to wonder about what the conditions of the Main Wing...More
I stay at the Paradise a few times a year on business/leisure, whenever I visit Busan.
If you are on business expenses....you need not worry. If you are on leisure trip, expect to pay a lot for simply using the hotel, in addition to the...More
I didn't spend much time in there, but this hotel is worth staying. Love the hotspring with the awesome view to the Haeundae Beach. Generally the area is beautiful. Nice service. I'd definitely stay there if have a chance to go to Busan again.
There is an airport shuttle bus, that tours the hotels in the Haeundae area. The route is from Domestic Airport -> International Airport -> Westin Chosun -> Novotel -> Paradise -> Return to the Airports. I dont remember the... More
There is an airport shuttle bus, that tours the hotels in the Haeundae area. The route is from Domestic Airport -> International Airport -> Westin Chosun -> Novotel -> Paradise -> Return to the Airports. I dont remember the cost, but it is far cheaper than taking a taxi. And the seats are very comfortable and wide.
This isn't a jjimjilbang, so swimsuits are required in the Cimer spa area. The Cimer area has multiple hot tubs at different temperatures, but it is all outdoors so it would depend on how cold tolerant you are whether or... More
This isn't a jjimjilbang, so swimsuits are required in the Cimer spa area. The Cimer area has multiple hot tubs at different temperatures, but it is all outdoors so it would depend on how cold tolerant you are whether or not using it in December would work. I think it's be awesome, personally. As for tattoos, I have several and did not have a problem, but Koreans do tend to dress more modestly (i.e., long sleeved shirts) in the pool areas. I do not think there would be an issue with tats, but if it is truly concerning, you could email the hotel to ask. There is a traditional western spa/sauna where you can get massages that I did not visit, so I do not know specifics about that.