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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
Amazing location, only 5 minutes walking distance from the known Itaewon Street where the heart of Seoul is beating! The hotel and room was clean, staff were friendly, good internet connection and nice breakfast. Overall, I paid 80USD per night including the breakfast. It was...More
I stayed in this hotel for 4 days bcuz its near to Phil Consulate in Korea. Very near to Itaewon shopping center. 10 - 15 mins by taxi to Namdaemon a place for street market. The hotel staffs in the front desk are not polite...More
Room: Quite large and comfortable. Aircon a little bit worn but still cold enough. The design and its furniture is in classic look which give me a feeling living in eastern culture.
Minibar: The hotel offered coffee and tea at its minibar.No mineral water provided....More
Staff is rude, no WiFi in rooms (you have to use the wifi in the lobby, which is crowded with everyone else conned into staying here), rooms are seriously outdated, poor sound insulation, and far from convenience stores or any food/drink. The cafe's prices are...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.