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The hotel experience was overall OKAY. We had a triple room - 3 guys on a trip for tae kwon do anniversary party. Wi-fi pretty much never worked for more than a minute at a time. Rooms were fairly small. Initially the pillow cases were...More
About 10 to 15 minutes walk to Itaewon Street. Nearby there's GS25. Convenient location. Nearest metro station is Noksapyeong which is about 400 metres away. Would stay there again if heading to Seoul.
Our room was quite gloomy and cramped, but for the inexpensive rates, we couldn't complain. Room was clean with hot/cold shower. Staff speak English well and are available to provide assistance 24/7. There are a couple of bus stops within short walking distance, including an...More
Although the location is great, this has been perhaps the worst hotel I've been in recent years, definitely the worst in Seoul. The hallways smell like an ancient smoking room and the bathroom is like a public restroom. There are plenty of motels in the...More
My room doesn't same at the photos of web site. Old furnitures, old carpet, it wasn't modern style. I prefered the hotel because it was close to Itaewon, nightlife area.
Close to metro Station, airport bus stop just behide of the hotel. It is not...More
Neighboring the immense Yongsan American Garrison, Itaewon was once shunned by locals as a seedy, red light district. But within the past few years, Itaewon and its surrounding neighborhoods such as Kyunglidan and Haebangchong have undergone a major revival to quickly become one of Seoul’s hottest areas. Here, trendy international restaurants dot the area alongside hip lounge bars and some of Seoul’s hottest
club venues. After dark, Itaewon comes into its own as one of Seoul’s top party scenes. The crowd is a fascinating patchwork of all backgrounds and identities, including a small but thriving Muslim community (centered on Korea’s sole mosque), the LGBT community (with a string of popular bars and clubs), and a wide range of ethnicities and cultures scattered around. Those seeking a quiet respite should head towards the eastern end, in Hannam-dong, which not only has one of Korea’s best art museums, the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, but plenty of mid-range to upscale restaurants and cafes.