Hotels Near Eden Sikdang In Namwon-Si

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1.49km from Eden Sikdang
FromUS$33.00
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4.13km from Eden Sikdang
The Namwon Urang Pension is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Namwon Urang Pension is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Namwon-si. Suncheon Station is the closest major transportation option, approximately 50km away. Suncheon Station is the closest option for those who prefer to travel by train, approximately 50km away. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
FromUS$66.00
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6.27km from Eden Sikdang
FromUS$41.00
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6.49km from Eden Sikdang
Property Location With a stay at Namwon Jiri San Daeho Pension in Namwon, you'll be close to Baemsagol and Jirisan Millennium Pine. This pension is within the vicinity of Samdobong and Jiri Mountain. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 7 guestrooms.
FromUS$41.00
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6.95km from Eden Sikdang
FromUS$37.00
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7.28km from Eden Sikdang
FromUS$87.00
4.5/5Excellent8 Reviews
7.7km from Eden Sikdang
Great hotel in an area with few variety of hotels. It is big with a lot of green areas, water sources and lots of plants. The staff was very nice and helped me with my luggage when I arrived and left. The hotel has a restaurant and a coffee bar (pretty expensive), a spa room with sauna and jacuzzi and even some karaoke rooms. I got a 3 person room all for myself so I had plenty of space for my staying and the room was very clean. If you’re travelling to Jirisan national park and other parks at this part of Korea I would highly recommend you to stay at this hotel.
FromUS$83.00
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9.8km from Eden Sikdang
Property Location With a stay at Queens Drive In in Namwon, you'll be minutes from Namwon National Gugak Center and close to Chunhyang Theme Park. This hotel is within close proximity of Namwon Aircraft & Space Observatory and Gwanghallu Pavilion. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 14 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include electric kettles and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided daily. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$41.00
2.2/52 Reviews
9.81km from Eden Sikdang
The creativity of Korean accomodations, particularly motels, is many times quite striking. Owners try to attract customers in a competitive market by theming rooms, flashing facades or including karaoke rooms (norebang). Many times these aim at a particular customer base i.e couples looking for place to be together out of sight. Yet, Maum hotel is special. This is probably because what in many other places are gimmicks, at Maum seems to have been born out of creativity and a strive to make this place different: the foyer has a slide from the first floor, there is a library with comics, real used cars as decoration, rooms with billiard and table tennis, corridors painted artistically and polished concrete floors with subtle carved and painted ornaments. The hotel has family rooms and normal double rooms , but also typical "love motel" areas, such as the ground floor corridor connected to the parking where you can pay for your room in a machine, cover your car with a curtain and nobody will ever know you were there. We stayed in a triple bed room, which was one double and two single beds. The room had a large TV and a computer, air conditioning, small fridge with some complimentary beverages, a kettle, tea and coffee , sofa and table and a bathroom with soap etc. Each bed also had an electric blanket , and the part of the room with the two single beds had underfloor heating (the rest was polished concrete). The bathroom is the only area for improvement, however. First of all, the walls of the bathroom were glass, and even if tinted, this is weird, particularly for a family room. Secondly, while big, it was mostly empty with nothing at all in one side of its L shape, but a bit cramped on the other side. Then it had a plastic small bathtub below a shower , but the bathtub wasn't piped in, just dropped there. Probably at some point they figured out that having a bathtub for children in a family room was a good idea, and just put on under the existing shower. Probably as well, they initial design features a real bathtub in the now empty area of the bathroom, but it was never installed? The people in the hotel where nice enough, although with limited English, which is not something common anyway. The hotel provides limited unmanned self-service breakfast (toast, cereals and coffee mostly) , but it also has a 24h convenience store in the lobby. Other highlights include some animals on the back of the building (ducks, rabbits, etc), a set of karaoke rooms free of charge, a set of rooms in a guest house area on the 3rd floor and an area for children to play in one of the rooms (plastic balls, slide, bouncy matt)
FromUS$37.00
2.8/55 Reviews
9.85km from Eden Sikdang
Featuring free WiFi, River Hotel offers accommodation in Namwon. Free private parking is available on site.You will find a kettle in the room. Every room includes a private bathroom fitted with a bath and bidet. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.The hotel also offers bike hire.
FromUS$36.00
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9.85km from Eden Sikdang
FromUS$58.00
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9.87km from Eden Sikdang
FromUS$41.00

Hotels Near Eden Sikdang In Namwon-Si Review

3.1/55 Reviews
There are not many places to see around. I can't find a shop that I bought very early in the evening. As a result, I went to the bean sprouts soup in front of the city.
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FromUS$85.00
2.2/52 Reviews
The creativity of Korean accomodations, particularly motels, is many times quite striking. Owners try to attract customers in a competitive market by theming rooms, flashing facades or including karaoke rooms (norebang). Many times these aim at a particular customer base i.e couples looking for place to be together out of sight. Yet, Maum hotel is special. This is probably because what in many other places are gimmicks, at Maum seems to have been born out of creativity and a strive to make this place different: the foyer has a slide from the first floor, there is a library with comics, real used cars as decoration, rooms with billiard and table tennis, corridors painted artistically and polished concrete floors with subtle carved and painted ornaments. The hotel has family rooms and normal double rooms , but also typical "love motel" areas, such as the ground floor corridor connected to the parking where you can pay for your room in a machine, cover your car with a curtain and nobody will ever know you were there. We stayed in a triple bed room, which was one double and two single beds. The room had a large TV and a computer, air conditioning, small fridge with some complimentary beverages, a kettle, tea and coffee , sofa and table and a bathroom with soap etc. Each bed also had an electric blanket , and the part of the room with the two single beds had underfloor heating (the rest was polished concrete). The bathroom is the only area for improvement, however. First of all, the walls of the bathroom were glass, and even if tinted, this is weird, particularly for a family room. Secondly, while big, it was mostly empty with nothing at all in one side of its L shape, but a bit cramped on the other side. Then it had a plastic small bathtub below a shower , but the bathtub wasn't piped in, just dropped there. Probably at some point they figured out that having a bathtub for children in a family room was a good idea, and just put on under the existing shower. Probably as well, they initial design features a real bathtub in the now empty area of the bathroom, but it was never installed? The people in the hotel where nice enough, although with limited English, which is not something common anyway. The hotel provides limited unmanned self-service breakfast (toast, cereals and coffee mostly) , but it also has a 24h convenience store in the lobby. Other highlights include some animals on the back of the building (ducks, rabbits, etc), a set of karaoke rooms free of charge, a set of rooms in a guest house area on the 3rd floor and an area for children to play in one of the rooms (plastic balls, slide, bouncy matt)
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FromUS$37.00
2.2/52 Reviews
The creativity of Korean accomodations, particularly motels, is many times quite striking. Owners try to attract customers in a competitive market by theming rooms, flashing facades or including karaoke rooms (norebang). Many times these aim at a particular customer base i.e couples looking for place to be together out of sight. Yet, Maum hotel is special. This is probably because what in many other places are gimmicks, at Maum seems to have been born out of creativity and a strive to make this place different: the foyer has a slide from the first floor, there is a library with comics, real used cars as decoration, rooms with billiard and table tennis, corridors painted artistically and polished concrete floors with subtle carved and painted ornaments. The hotel has family rooms and normal double rooms , but also typical "love motel" areas, such as the ground floor corridor connected to the parking where you can pay for your room in a machine, cover your car with a curtain and nobody will ever know you were there. We stayed in a triple bed room, which was one double and two single beds. The room had a large TV and a computer, air conditioning, small fridge with some complimentary beverages, a kettle, tea and coffee , sofa and table and a bathroom with soap etc. Each bed also had an electric blanket , and the part of the room with the two single beds had underfloor heating (the rest was polished concrete). The bathroom is the only area for improvement, however. First of all, the walls of the bathroom were glass, and even if tinted, this is weird, particularly for a family room. Secondly, while big, it was mostly empty with nothing at all in one side of its L shape, but a bit cramped on the other side. Then it had a plastic small bathtub below a shower , but the bathtub wasn't piped in, just dropped there. Probably at some point they figured out that having a bathtub for children in a family room was a good idea, and just put on under the existing shower. Probably as well, they initial design features a real bathtub in the now empty area of the bathroom, but it was never installed? The people in the hotel where nice enough, although with limited English, which is not something common anyway. The hotel provides limited unmanned self-service breakfast (toast, cereals and coffee mostly) , but it also has a 24h convenience store in the lobby. Other highlights include some animals on the back of the building (ducks, rabbits, etc), a set of karaoke rooms free of charge, a set of rooms in a guest house area on the 3rd floor and an area for children to play in one of the rooms (plastic balls, slide, bouncy matt)
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FromUS$37.00
3.1/55 Reviews
There are not many places to see around. I can't find a shop that I bought very early in the evening. As a result, I went to the bean sprouts soup in front of the city.
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FromUS$85.00
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