Gangnam Artnouveau City II
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Gangnam Artnouveau City II

49, Seocho-daero 74-gil, Seocho-gu Gangnam Artnouveau City II, Seoul 06626 South Korea
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The serviced residence Gangnam Artnouveau City which is located in the center of Gangnam Korea has a good position for traffic, shopping, entertainment and business.Consisted of 192 rooms each equipped with top-level kitchen and washing machine, Gangnam Artnouveau City provides comfortable rest and business environments with luxurious interior and the highest grade services.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Coffee shop
Business Centre with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
24-hour security
Breakfast buffet
Vending machine
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
Washing machine
Ironing service
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Air conditioning
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Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Bottled water
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Non-smoking rooms
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49, Seocho-daero 74-gil, Seocho-gu Gangnam Artnouveau City II, Seoul 06626 South Korea
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Gimpo Intl Airport
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Incheon Intl Airport
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7 minSeoul Metropolitan Subway
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Chelydra wrote a review Jan 2012
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.219 contributions515 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
One important point to note at the very beginning: there are three, separate Artnouveau City serviced residence buildings — Artnouveau City I, II and III all in the Gangnam area. They are not a convenient walking distance from one another; consequently, we suggest you ensure that you know for sure with which of the three you have booked, its exact, correct address, and the relevant phone numbers.

We stayed at the Artnouveau City II in a “Crystal” suite — the smallest, but adequately spacious and well-equipped for two people. “Crystal” suites with a queen-size bed have more free room in the bedroom area than suites with two twin beds. The former also have two bedside tables (one on each side with table lamps, and one table having a phone and control display for lights and other room utilities). Furthermore, there is space to walk around the bed. With two twin beds, there is only one bedside table (with phone, lamp and control display) and almost no space between the end (window) wall and one bed, and the sliding doors (if closed) and the other bed.

Publicity for the suites shows the building as free-standing; however, in reality it is sandwiched along a row of other tall buildings. The suites are located on a quiet side street in a modern, business-oriented part of Seoul with broad boulevards. To visit the tourist attractions of Seoul you will need to use the metro-subway system. The nearest station, Gangnam, is a convenient 5-10 minute walk from the suites.

There are restaurants in the vicinity; however, it will help to know Korean. We tended to eat at restaurants and food courts in department stores and malls because they had menus in English or pictures of the dishes which you could order.

To the right of the building entrance is a small Family Mart convenience store with a very limited selection. If you turn right when leaving the suites and walk up the street (towards the metro-subway station), you will find another small convenience store at the end of the next block. If you turn left on leaving the suites, walk to the end of the block, turn right on the main road and walk about one-and-a-half blocks, there is a small supermarket “Lotte Mysuper” with a better selection of foods. We used this store as it offered a better choice of packaged and fresh foods than any of the small convenience shops.

All the staff at reception were extremely pleasant, helpful, cooperative, professional and forthcoming — providing a standard of service which would have done credit to a 5-star hotel. When we needed specific information or help in our suite they were very responsive, prompt and efficient, definitely a credit to the chain. Current newspapers, in English and Korean, were available to read in the lobby lounge area.

The decoration of the suite was quite ornate, more a distinctive fusion of 1930s and 1950s rather than Art Nouveau (late 19th – early 20th century). As one entered the suite, on one side was a galley (built-in) kitchen with a two-burner electric stove (no oven), sink, cabinet and drawers, clothes washing machine (with instructions in English) and accessories such as a rice cooker, electric kettle, cutlery, dishes, pots and a pan, small dish-drainage rack, dishwashing liquid, scourer-sponge and a small tea towel. On the opposite side was a full-size fridge with a freezer section below. The kitchen was sufficiently equipped for two people. Each day, the staff replaced the two sachets each of coffee-creamer-sugar mix, black tea and green tea as they were consumed.

The entrance area had stone flooring and a door to the bathroom — which had a shower stall only (no bath) with both a conventional shower head and a removable hand-telephone shower. The bathroom had solid soap, and liquid shampoo and body wash. The fixed plug in the wash basin toggled; it worked by pressing down against a spring to close it and then pressing down again to open it. The toilet seat offered options for using the electrically operated bidet; however, instructions were in Korean only.

In the shower stall of our suite, the gap between the bottom of the glass door and the floor was not sealed by a rubber strip. Water would splash out and accumulate on the floor. We used a hand towel as a bath mat just outside the glass door to absorb the water which inevitably escaped during a shower.

The entrance area opened into a living-lounge area with a parquet floor. Desk space was a counter running the length of the room with a chair and a table lamp at either end; underneath were power outlets and an ethernet cable for Internet connection. In the middle, a large flat-screen TV gave access to several dozen channels, mostly Korean, several in English (mainly news and sports) and individual channels in other languages such as French and German, The sequential channel selector button on the remote control tended to skip channels unless one keyed in other specific numbers. (Perhaps reprogramming the remote control might have avoided this situation.) Opposite were a sofa and a coffee table. On the counter at one side of the sofa was a microwave oven.

You could separate the bedroom area at the end of the room by closing two pairs of sliding glass doors. We found the beds and pillows comfortable. Each bedside table had a lamp; one table had a telephone and a touch-screen control panel for operating the lights and other room utilities. There were three double closets, one with drawers and another with a room safe, which was not bolted down and so of dubious security for its contents. Instead, we used a free safe deposit box at the reception desk.

The air conditioner was installed in the ceiling in front of the window and above the bed. A remote control allowed the selection of temperature, fan speed and vent oscillation. The system worked well and provided a pleasant white noise reminiscent of wind or waves when operating.

Despite the room having a heavy door (which opened out into the corridor), noise from the activities outside the room penetrated inside. We slept well with the glass sliding doors to the bedroom closed and the air conditioning on. The double-glazed windows effectively blocked noise from outside the building; we could open three window panels if we had wanted to. Heavy curtains blocked off all outside light if you needed to sleep during the day; opaque curtains provided privacy in the day while admitting light. At the back (quieter side) of the suites, our room overlooked the rooftops of other buildings and faced high-rise buildings on the streets beyond.

The suite had several choices of lighting — full overhead, recessed spot, table lamps, etc. and combinations of these — which always made it a pleasure when we were in the suite.

To get to the Artnouveau City II, we took the metro-subway, which was easy but slow: from Incheon International Airport to the reception desk took us almost two hours. (You can do much better than this using bus, such as 6009, which will take you to the vicinity of the suites, or a taxi which will cost more but drop you at the suites.) The following gives the route that we took: Airport Commuter train to Hongik University station; transfer to Line 2 (green); get off at Gangnam station; leave the station via exit 3; at street level walk straight ahead away from the intersection and traffic lights; at the second street to your right, turn right; walk to the third street and turn left. Artnouveau City II is about half way down the street past Coatel serviced apartments. You can locate the site of the suites along the street by looking for a circular sign with the letter A in script projecting out from the top of the building.

Exit 4 of Gangnam metro-subway station (well-lit with a maze of shops) had both a lift-elevator and escalators to street level; however, during our stays they did not always work. If you leave from this exit to go to the suites, walk down the side street (to your left) and away from the main boulevard in front of you. Proceed down two blocks then turn right one block, then left. The Artnouveau II is half way down the street past the Coatel building, all at your left.

Buying a metro ticket at the vending machines is easy: touch English, Single Trip, the button with the first letter of the alphabet of your destination station (the name of the station could be on a succeeding display if the list continues) and the number of tickets. Pay the amount displayed by putting paper money and coins in the appropriate slots. Collect the ticket(s) and your change (if any). Keep your ticket as you will need it to leave the station at your destination and to collect the 500 won deposit on the ticket from a machine outside the barriers and amongst the ticket vending machines (just insert your ticket and the machine will drop a 500-won coin). You can buy rechargeable tickets if you find them convenient.

The Seoul Metro Transit Authority website has system maps and full details. Note that not all stairways have escalators, so you might have to carry you luggage up and down stairs. If you look along the platform you should find a lift-elevator to the ticket-level concourse; upon passing through the barriers another lift-elevator should take you up to street level.
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Date of stay: August 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Try for a room as far away from the lifts-elevators as possible, and thus from other guests...
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I-veritas wrote a review June 2013
London99 contributions236 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
How to describe my amazing stay in Seoul...? I am so pleased that I chose to stay at the Gangnam Artnoveau City II from previous TA reviews. After a pleasant greeting from the front desk, I happily found myself in the lap of luxury in a Crystal Room, with all my needs met, including super-clean family-sized fridge freezer, handy for post night-out munchies when ice-cream is more tempting than noodles. I didn't use the cooking facilities at all (hey I was on holiday!) but they were nice to have, and I guess the microwave could be handy. Essentially, the hotel is a serviced apartment set up for longer-term stays but suited me fine for just under a week.

Other bonuses were a gym and business centre, the wi-fi in the room was reliable and fast, I was really impressed by the bedside set that controlled all kinds of functions including the lights and temperature, and the slippers left out as is the Korean custom. If I'd realised that big bottles of shampoo and shower gel would be supplied, I wouldn't have brought my own; needing instructions to operate the Japanese toilet was more than I was prepared to explore, but I realise caters for the Japanese business market. Breakfast consisted of a wide variety of salad dishes, standard hot breakfast and lots of hot Korean dishes, as well as the usual continental supplies and fresh orange and pineapple segments, and ?tinned lychees. Whilst there is something for everyone and you can eat to your heart's content, be aware that it's not the usual carb-fest you would find in Europe (the baked goods looked a bit plastic tbh, but there were lots of tempting alternatives). Also, the cups in the room and restaurant are just a standard size, so if you like a nice big cup of tea or coffee bring your own mug, or size-up when you buy from the myriad of coffee shops in Seoul later in the day. The only non-Korean station on the standard TV package worth watching was BBC World, the hair dryer was standard -these points are very minor details, but if you attach any importance to these aspects, being aware of them will add the remaining 0.1% to the comfort of any stay here.

There's not much more to add to the 2 previous reviews, other than directions from the airport bus stop to the hotel: you will be dropped off in the central reservation, cross to the RHS of the road (in the direction of travel) and take a right at TomNToms coffee shop (just after exit 5 of Gangnam station). At the second junction on that road, take a left - you will see the Coatel; the Artnoveau City II is the next hotel down, past a couple of underground garages and commercial units. If you reach the police station on the next corner, you and your luggage will have travelled half a block too far, so turn around. And as per the previous poster, I entered my room in darkness and in my tired and disoriented state almost went flying as I didn't see the small step in the entrance hallway but I'm not sure how this could have been avoided....other than changing into the slippers asap, which would give the room lights a chance to be illuminated! It's not a problem once you know it's there.

Overall, I thoroughly recommend staying at this hotel and the TA award displayed in the elevator area is well deserved. Within the limits of what I am prepared to pay, it sets a new benchmark for my travels!
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Date of stay: May 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Ask for a room high up, they won't have a view but are quiet.
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Faye F wrote a review Apr 2012
Auckland, New Zealand37 contributions24 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We have just celebrated my son's wedding in Seoul on 22 April and had close friends and family accompany us so we had several tastes and budgets to take into consideration when choosing where to stay. This hotel over-delivered with its size of rooms,cleanliness, quietness and access to the underground for touring plus good food outlets in every side street to the main street only 2 blocks away.

Would recommend Paris Baguette just around the corner for a wide selection of pastries, fresh sandwiches, and great coffee for breakfast.

We also found an excellent Japanese restaurant just around the corner on the main road, upstairs where the owner speaks good English. Food was delicious. At the end of the corridor is an Indian restaurant if you want some Indian food - we didnt try this though.

Easiest way to find hotel is leave the underground at Exit 5 then you pop up almost outside the Paris Baguette cafe. Walk passed this then take the first street on your right, walk 2 blocks and turn left, look up and you'll see a capital A in a circle - that is the hotel.

Very opulent entry makes you feel very special.

Everyone in our party of 10 had very positive feedback on this hotel.
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Date of stay: April 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: we were all located on rooms facing away from the road frontage and found them very quiet
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Anonymous U wrote a review Apr 2023
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2.0 of 5 bubbles
If you need a place just to close your eyes and sleep, then fine! It’s clean, comfortable, and well maintained, but everything else about the place is just gave me a headache. Most obviously the decor. I know everyone has different tastes and most people will not fine the style attractive but the ugliness is just so over the top that I could not even enjoy being in the room at all. I had surgery at a local clinic needed the place to recover and also work remotely. There is literally no functional purpose at all about this place. The remote that controlled the ac was not even in my room I had to call the front desk 3 times until she finally realized that my remote was missing. Finally she came up and gave my the remote. There are also way too many light switches that are mismatched and confusing. This needs to be simplified as most guest are only staying for a short time and the last thing they want to do is remember 15 different switches for 15 different lights. It’s just a hotel room, not an entire house! KEEP THINGS SIMPLE so that people can actually enjoy the place rather than stressed out by the poor design of this place
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Date of stay: April 2023
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Sonny wrote a review Sept 2023
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2.0 of 5 bubbles
Turn off the fridge before you sleep. It woke us up with beeping noises in the morning.

The hotel has many issues and it’s outdated. The hotel feels more like a 2 star than a 3.5 star.

Cheap mattress and bedding. Pillow cases are slightly discolored.

Slightly weird smell in the room and in the hallways.

Sound proofing is so so.

Weak hot water pressure in the bathroom sink.

Fitness center is poorly equipped and it’s an unpleasant room in the parking garage on floor B3.

Make sure to return the key card or they say they will charge 11,000 won.

Overall it’s worse than in the pictures. Maybe ok for this neighborhood if the price is low but I recommend you consider other hotels or neighborhoods.
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Date of stay: September 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jubjib C wrote a review Dec 2017
1 contribution6 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I checked in on 19 Nov and have some problems. I booked two rooms for 6 nights for 4 people and all paid but the hotel said I've booked four rooms. I tried to show my confirmation paper but the front manager said "I DON'T CARE". At the end, we insisted to take just two room near each other. Along the process, the manner of the manager and the staffs were terrible. On the day we checked out, we met the lady who served us on the first day and I could obviously saw her talking about me with her colleague in Korean which was quite rude. I would never visit this hotel again. Apart from the great location, I could find nothing good about this hotel. The room was also old and the staff has no service mind.
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Date of stay: November 2017
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled on business
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Filarete wrote a review Jan 2016
Berlin64 contributions65 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel is surrounded by construction sites that start very early, every each day of the week (01.2016).
Most of the sapphire rooms are situated at the rear of the building where a new huge building has been recently erected : these are consequently almost blind. Furthermore these rooms don't have a floor surface area of 70 sq. as advertised on many booking sites. I suppose they are max. 40 sq which is pretty large for korean hotel standards.
The issue has been raised by e-bookers customer service but the managment did'nt dare answer.
Concerning the building site situation, I suppose that genuine tripadvisor reviewers will keep the community posted.
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Date of stay: January 2016
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breezer_12 wrote a review Aug 2013
Singapore, Singapore36 contributions66 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Location wise, it's within 10mins walk from gangnam station exit 5. For direction from airport limousine drop off bus stop to hotel, do email the hotel for direction. They will email u a map that could direct u to the hotel. From what I remembered, take bus 6009, n just alight at yeoksam-dong. It's 1 stop AFTER gangnam station. Then back track a little till u c Pascucci cafe..turn into the small lane, walk in till u come to the 1st intersection where a police station is at your 11 o'clock direction, and KFC at your 3 o'clock direction. The hotel is just 1-2 building next to KFC. U can recognize it by its brown building with an alphabet A. 
Room is spacious, with distinct living area and sleeping area. It has a mini kitchen with microwave, cooker, fridge, washing machine that also has dryer function. Ask for detergent upon check in if u wanna do laundry. U might wanna bring extra hangers or string to hang your laundry creatively,cos there's limited space in the bathroom to hang laundry. Hangers in the cabinet are sufficient but they are those that u can't detach out from the cabinet...if u know what I mean. 
Housekeeping service is gd, but do note that housekeeping service not available on Sundays. My only issue is that there're no bathrobe and no floor mat to dry our feet at the bathroom. 
Gangnam is a gd place for late night dining and drinking. If u go by exit 11 of gangnam station, that's where the food n dining alleys are. If u just wanna dine around the hotel,  there are also several restaurants around too. So no lack of food n drinks on late nights. 
Shopping wise, there's underground shopping at the station. But of cos if u r hard core shoppers that wanna shop till u drop into the wee hours, then u might wanna consider staying at myeongdong or dongdaemun area instead. Personally, I'm not a shopaholic n prefer the dining at gangnam. Further, I need to catch inter-city bus from Express Bus Terminal for some sightseeing outskirt. That's why I chose gangnam. If I wanna do some shopping/sightseeing at myeongdong, dongdaemun, Jong-no or west side of seoul, I just commute by subway from gangnam station, which usually takes me around 40mins to popular places. Traveling by cab isnt expensive too. So distance didn't bother me. 
Overall, I will recommend this place for people who like late night dining and yet away from the crowd. It feels like a home away from home. Also, in hot summer, u will definitely appreciate the convenience of having a washing machine in your room!
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Date of stay: August 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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JohnKirk wrote a review Nov 2012
Birmingham,UK94 contributions117 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Good standard apartment hotel. Large mini suite style room, with kitchenette, fridge, small cooker hob , rice cooker. Fast and free wifi and Cat 5 cable inernet in rooms and reception at up to 30 MBPS. Lots of shops and restaurants all around in busy Gangnam district. Subay and buses to all areas including main airport via number 6009 from main road which is five mins walk away. Breakfast is a food standard and with Western and Korean choices. Coffee is OK.Decent gym with good quality machines and weights. Friendly and efficient staff. Shower only in standard rooms. No bath.
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Date of stay: October 2012Trip type: Travelled on business
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Kamakanuiahailono wrote a review Mar 2012
Hawaii255 contributions112 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I was very surprised at the elegance and appointment of the Gangnam centered hotel. The hotel is 2 blocks of one of the main drags and 3 blocks to the Gangnam metro station. The rooms are spacious, great bathrooms with heated toilet that washes your butt. The glass shower stall has a nice overhead and also there was hand held shower with shampoo and conditioner and toothbrush. The towels were clean and thick. There is a half kitchen, rice machine, toaster, hot water pot for instant coffee and tea...a huge full fridge and freezer, a pantry, a microwave and a combo washer dryer. You get your detergent from the front desk but there needs to be directions in English on how to use the washer dryer combo.

There is cable line internet. The closets hidden and flush in the art nouveau style. It was very cold and I loved the heated wood floors. The lighting options created any mood and easy to host guests for drinks or a Super Bowl party. The Tv is big, the couch is comfy and the room services in unobtrusive. There are many TV channels, CNN and English language movie channels. I liked everything about the rooms and was very comfortable on a two week stay.

There is a well equipped gym and sound system with an Ipad dock, a business center with computers, 3 restaurants in the building, a convenience store next door. The rooms are quiet and I like the view of the city sunrise over the mountains.

There are many restaurants in the area.. and a chicken a beer restaurant one block over. A coffee shop on every corner, a Starbucks with outdoor seating two blocks toward the metro. The hotel is next to Samsung City corporate offices and a 10 minute walk to the financial tower in Youksam. The underground mall takes you two blocks to the Gangnam station green line 3 and just 3 stops to the Coex mall, city bus terminal and trade/convention center.

There is an outdoor driving range one block from the hotel. The nightlife in Gangnam is exceptional with many traditional and trendy restaurants, bars, cafes and a lot of young fashionable people strolling the streets and going to nightclubs in the two sectors on the other side of the subway.

The staff was very attractive, spoke good English, were very polite and did everything to protect your privacy. I will only stay in this hotel when staying Seoul.
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Date of stay: March 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: If you have the money get the two story Emerald room.. it is like a townhouse.
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Answer from Sanjeev307
Bangkok, Thailand328 contributions85 helpful votes
ICN to hotel is approx 1.5 to 2 hours depending upon traffic & the time of the day you travel Shuttle is better than taxi as they run in special lanes & therefore timing is almost certain Cost is 7500 to 9000 KRW where as taxi would be 75000 to 85000 KRW Just go to the ticket counter at the airport & tell your destination & they will give you ticket & bus number I am not sure if you will get assistance from hotel with luggage but you can try Enjoy your trip
Answer from Simis29
Bangkok, Thailand427 contributions45 helpful votes
dont know about which underground market u asking about..but its only 10 min drive from lotte sky tower n shopping centre..
Answer from KremlinGremlin
Amersham, United Kingdom165 contributions37 helpful votes
It also is close to the airport bus stop.
EG41 asked a question June 2015
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States10 contributions
Has anyone done their laundry here? How easy was it? Do they have laundry detergent for sale?
Answer from Evelious
Seoul, South Korea1 contribution2 helpful votes
you can get detergent at front desk and its free and there is laundry in the room
Answer from Evelious
Seoul, South Korea1 contribution2 helpful votes
no washing machine flat iron is available. you ask to houskeeping
Travellight wrote a tip May 2024
2 contributions2 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Do not book breakfast here. Plenty of good restaurants around here thats decent "
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MrsMisser wrote a tip July 2017
Copenhagen, Denmark353 contributions46 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get a top floor room"
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Julian wrote a tip Oct 2016
Singapore, Singapore5 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"It's difficult to get a room with a decent view. But it's partly made up by its spaciousness."
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F L wrote a tip July 2016
Toronto, Canada55 contributions34 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for west view"
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travelbunny004 wrote a tip Apr 2016
Seattle, Washington69 contributions17 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for a room without construction noise!"
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Nearby attractions include Seoul Escape Room - GangNam 1 (0.6 km), Smurf Magic Forest (1.1 km), and Smurf Magic Forest (1.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Gangnam Artnouveau City II?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a fitness centre.
Which room amenities are available at Gangnam Artnouveau City II?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Gangnam Artnouveau City II?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Gangnam Artnouveau City II?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Gangnam Artnouveau City II?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gangnam Gob, Yang Good, and Paris Baguette Gangnam Station.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Gangnam Artnouveau City II?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness centre during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Gangnam Artnouveau City II?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Gangnam Artnouveau City II offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Gangnam Artnouveau City II?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, and Korean.
Are there any historical sites close to Gangnam Artnouveau City II?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Namsangol Hanok Village (7.9 km), Seolleung & Jeongneung Royal Tomb (2.4 km), and Gwanghuimun Gate (8.0 km).
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