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Stayed in this hotel for a few days but wasn't very impressed. It's an old hotel, room stayed was a non smoking room but it's corridor smelled smoky all the times. I was not able to sleep well on night as it smell smoke throughout...More
I love the Korean Spa experience and had to try it out in Seoul! I researched and the Lady's Spa in the Hotel Prima was highly recommended. I am happy to say that the spa definitely met my expectations.
The spa itself is small, but...More
I spent 1 week in this hotel. Lobby of the hotel is very nice. Rooms are average, a bit small but clean. I had a room on 7th floor and the noise from the street was quit loud. Breakfast buffet was more for local people,...More
Design is quite old. Everything is clean. Room is too small. Woult try another option in future. Surroundings are good to walk and eat/drink.
It has sauna but you have to pay around 8euros. Breakfast without much variety.
Convenient location but a little run down, room smelled like smoke.
My biggest beef.
The hotel description states it has a great gym, so that is one of the main reasons I choose it. When you arrive the hotel there also is a large sign...More
Aside from Sinsa / Garosugil, no other area in Seoul connotes the words “luxury” and “fancy” like Apgujeong and Cheongdam. Global luxury brands have set up their flagship stores here, catering to the neighbourhood's mostly affluent residents. It’s also one of the top areas in Korea (some say the world) for cosmetic surgery, attracting hundreds of thousands each year for a little nip or tuck. The other parts of Apgujeong
and Cheongdam are mostly lavish residential buildings for some of Seoul’s most affluent alongside extravagant restaurants, bars, spas, and other spots for indulgence. And Cheongdam has long been a bastion for flashy clubs and parties, though in recent years, Itaewon has emerged as a strong challenger to those claims.