Stendal Hotel
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Stendal Hotel

14, Oncheonbuk-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 34186 South Korea

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Welcome to Stendal Hotel, your Daejeon “home away from home.” Stendal Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.

The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

Stendal Hotel features 24 hour front desk. In addition, as a valued Stendal Hotel guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.

While in Daejeon, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Stendal Hotel, including Outback Steakhouse Yuseong (0.1 mi), Santa Claus (0.6 mi), and Ildang Gamjatang (0.4 mi).

There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art galleries such as Daedeok Science Cultural Center, Seongsajinggwan, and Yeojin Gallery of Buddhist Art.

Stendal Hotel puts the best of Daejeon at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Bar / lounge
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Room features
Air conditioning
Room service
Clothes rack
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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14, Oncheonbuk-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 34186 South Korea
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Ganeshnadar wrote a review Oct 2019
New Delhi, India
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Although the room size where the bed is located is bit small, the bath room area was quite large (a bath tub, a bath area and toilet area) and then there was separate kitchenette area. Over all the room size was big.

There was no cupboard...I didn't like it and it was quite uncomfortable. The washbasin is NOT inside the bathroom, instead it is inside the room...a tall U-shaped wash basin, the depth is OK, but its width is small with the result, when you wash your face, you will spill water all over...Bathroom amenities are good in sachets...

Interesting observation about towels...there are no bath towels, only hand towels are I used the bathrobes...after bathing, just put them on...and that is it, you are done...dried up. But that is strange way...hotel should realize that it would result in enormous waste of water resources...for ironing they had provided a separate LG ironing almirah. I couldn't use it since the instructions were in Korean.

TV: Not much choices for non-English speakers...not only in TV, in everything, if you cannot read/speak Korean, then you will have difficulties....although reception staff are helpful..

Another strange, interesting thing: being vegetarian, I asked for hot milk. They said they had ONLY cold milk and not hot milk....I had to tell them "Please heat it for me in microwave oven and make it hot". That is really don't have to tell a 'cook' that you can make the cold milk hot by microwave...

I had a meeting to attend to in another hotel that was nearby. Hence this location was perfect for me. It is located very close to foot spa. Excellent!

There is a reasonably sized grocery store where everything is available - the G-Mart store....
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Date of stay: October 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled on business
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Andre F wrote a review Oct 2017
Sao Paulo, SP
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Extraordinary hotel in mid-Daejeon, just a couple blocks from the famous thermal waters. Great staff, very friedly prices, and state-of-the art rooms, all very techy and with LG's steamer machine, which is kind of a miracle-worker for business travelers. Would stay there over and over again!
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Date of stay: September 2017
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Couple blocks from thermal waters, great location, two clocks from subway!
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FiftyFifty5050 wrote a review Mar 2019
Montgomery, United Kingdom
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I don't like giving poor reviews; the system I use when grading a place is to start with the full five stars and then consider whether any should be knocked off, hence only 2 stars for the Stendal is poor indeed.

This was our third visit to Daejeon, our first to the Stendal, chosen because of it's proximity to our son's apartment and the venue of his upcoming wedding. We booked two rooms for 10 nights and other family members booked another two rooms for a further three nights, so we put quite a bit of business their way.

The hotel is an attractive building, all grey stone with few windows; a double height Reception area and the dining room on the ground floor, which doubles as an Italian Restaurant for the remainder of the day after breakfast for guests has been completed.

There is parking available, with access to the Reception directly from the car park.

Rooms are all individually styled, with the emphasis on style rather than practicality. We had a good sized room, divided by metal glazed panels into three areas - sleeping, lounger's and bathroom.

The bathroom had a freestanding, half-egg shaped bath, shower and separate toilet cubicle. The bath and sink were open plan, no door to give privacy from the rest of the room. The shower and toilet cubicles, adjacent to each other, shared a sliding glass door which had a stick on opaque panel on the lower half. You couldn't have one person having privacy in the shower, whilst a second used the toilet and, even with the door slid across, one wouldn't have wanted to use the toilet with anyone other than one's partner in the room.

Bath robes and slippers were provided, although no hooks anywhere in the room to hang the robes. As another reviewer has commented, the towels were tiny - just about UK hand towel size. We went down to Reception with our Korean speaking son and asked if we could have bigger towels, but were told that the ones provided were the only ones available. There were four in the room but you couldn't even wrap them around your body. The only thing to do was to get the worst of the water off and then don a bathrobe and then leave the now damp bathrobe draped over a chair.

Our very fancy bath had a problem with drainage, the water drained out of the 'closed' plughole as fast as it was coming out of the tap. We fixed the problem by the use of a face flannel (always carried in our washbag). The toilet was a fancy 'American Standard' model, with heated seat and a number of 'bidet' settings. It did however often smell unpleasant when returning to the room, nothing to do with the standard of cleaning which was good, but more likely down to poor plumbing or sewerage.

Air conditioning would not go below 23 degrees and the room would be very stuffy at night. We ended up sleeping with the window open, the street below was very noisy and often quite smelly.

There was a glass table with coffee making facilities, two coffee bags per day (horrible tasting) and two teabags. Toiletries were also replaced daily and there was a hairdryer provided. A covered socket allowed you to use the hairdryer in the bathroom area, where part of the panelling was filled with mirror tiles for privacy.

A fridge was provided - good size - under the glass table; with bottles of water (replenished daily) and, whilst we were staying, the hotel was celebrating it's second anniversary so had put two can of Heineken Lager and a small tube of Pringles as a complimentary treat for guests.

In the lounge area there was a freestanding hanging rack, with room for about 3-4 shirts and a suit. It was not tall enough to hang trousers straight or for a dress. We went down to Reception (again) and asked whether there was any chance of more storage and were provided with an extra 3 coat hangers.

This was the ONLY storage in the entire room - no drawers, no other hanging space, no shelves; so we ended up living out of our suitcase which was extremely frustrating and exacerbated by the fact that there were no stands provided for suitcases so we had to leave them open on the floor.

Electric sockets in the wall had been poorly finished and were not always reliable. Free wifi was provided but we experienced continuing hassles trying to connect and then maintain a connection with our Apple devices. Between our family we had MacBooks, iPads and iPhones - all of which struggled with the internet -perhaps due to a poorly configured router. Our Samsung Android phones were fine.

There was a fancy 'Styler' in the sleeping area. This looked like a tall slim fridge, into which you could hang three coat hangers and then select a programme to 'freshen' your clothes. Our son commented that these were quite new and very fashionable within the city, we did see some for sale in the Galleria Department Store (about £1400!) and, whilst my other half liked the facility of freshening up his shirts, we would have swapped it in an instant for a chest of drawers and a good old-fashioned iron.

When checking in we were given hand-written vouchers for breakfast. A comment was made about one voucher per room and we wondered whether something had been lost in translation, as we had booked on a bed and breakfast basis. On going down to breakfast the first morning after our arrival, we were told that we were only entitled to one breakfast per room, despite the fact that each of our two rooms had two occupants. We were asked to pay 11000 Kr Won for the second breakfast, with the intimation being that payment was required before we sat down. We said that we would take it up with the manager.

We asked our son and his Korean fiancée to come to the hotel and we queried this with staff on Reception, pointing out that the booking was for two people per room, but there was no budging on this point, although we did obtain agreement that additional breakfasts could be added to our bill and paid on checkout.

In the event, my daughter and I didn't feel that we would justify the 11,000 KrWon charge per day, so each morning we went out to a local cafe for breakfast whilst my husband and son-in-law ate in the hotel. Not quite the family holiday we had envisioned.

On check in we were also told that breakfasts were not served on a Sunday and were not given vouchers for either of the two Sundays of our stay. Other family members, arriving after us, were given vouchers for the Sunday of their stay and found the dining room open. Again, something lost in translation - the English spoken amongst the staff was not at the level that we have experienced during other stays in Daejeon.

On the morning of our son's wedding I went down to Reception, with a google translated statement on my phone, explaining that my son was getting married that day and that I needed to press my dress and could I borrow an iron (my dress having been rolled up in my suitcase for a week by this time).

I was told to use the 'Styler'. I explained that I had put my dress in the Styler, but that it had not done the job and I would like an iron. I was told 'No iron'. Absolutely no empathy shown at all. My brother-in-law, who travels extensively with his work, comments that he had never felt so unwelcome as at the Stendal.

If travelling solo, on business, with minimal clothes and just a suit to 'freshen' in the Styler; with a desire for a fancy bath and quirky room, then perhaps the Stendal would fare better. For a family stay of any length, with more than one person in the room, then I just could not recommend it.

A hotel stay is so much more than fixtures and fittings. The Stendal has style, certainly, but very little soul.
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Date of stay: February 2019
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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uursw wrote a review Mar 2019
Reston, Virginia
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I did not enjoy my stay at the Hotel Stendal. I first checked in after midnight and was pleasantly surprised by the decor. The soaking tub was shaped like a Stiletto and it had a separate Shower booth and fancy Japan-style toilet. Those were augmented by a proper mini-kitchenette, with a full-sized fridge/freezer combo, microwave and a single electric burner. They also boasted another appliance I've never seen before--a tall clothing steaming and refreshing closet with a built-in clothes pressing tool. These features added one star to my review; otherwise I would have rated this hotel poor (or worse). The two primary features that had my rating at just poor are: 1/ the bedding and 2/ the towels they provided. That, plus the fact that they ignored my "Do Not Disturb" sign on the door the second day and entered anyway, taking my "free breakfast" passes out of the "Power Enable" slot and keeping them. The first complaint is about the bedding; specifically, being too warm to sleep on causing me to sweat throughout the night and waking me up. The second shortcoming involves the bath towels they provided. The towels were hand-towel sized, although they provided four of them. I am 5'10" and don't need huge towels, but what they provided was quite inadequate.These two bad points combined to mar the experience I had.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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Andre F wrote a tip Oct 2017
Sao Paulo, SP18 contributions21 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Couple blocks from thermal waters, great location, two clocks from subway!"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Stendal Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Stendal Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Yuseong Hot Springs Public Foot Bath (0.2 km), NC Daejeon Yuseong (0.7 km), and Café Teri - Nameless Architecture (1.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Stendal Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Stendal Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Stendal Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Stendal Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Stendal Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Outback Steakhouse Yuseong, Ildang Gamjatang, and Manna.
Are there any historical sites close to Stendal Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Chilseongdang Goindol (5.8 km).
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