Stayed here for 3 nights on a business trip in August. Very new. Rooms are excellent. Beds are a little stiff but that seems to be the norm in Korean hotels. Across the street is a 1000 year old Buddhist temple which offered a nice escape from the hustle. And the hustle is provided by the very large shopping mall the hotel sits atop. Wifi was free in the lobby but not great for Skyping (but what can you expect for free?). Expensive but all Seoul hotels are expensive.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- InterContinental Seoul COEX is part of the massive World Trade Center Seoul, the country s one-stop business destination. You ll walk to COEX, Korea City Air Terminal and the COEX Mall s underground 16-screen theatre and more than 200 shops. Well worth a short drive are the Namdaemun Market, the Namsan Hanok Village and the Korean War Battlefields. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental Seoul Coex Hotel Seoul