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Lotte Hotel Seoul Executive Tower
4.6/537 Reviews

Lotte Hotel Seoul Executive Tower

Myeong-dong Seoul|2.96km from Inwangsan Shelter in the woods
Stayed at the Lotte Executive Tower just after the holidays, in a Premier Double Room. Pros: - The entrance of the Executive Tower is absolutely beautiful. Same with the Main Tower. Elegant, refined, beautiful art work. The executive tower check-in desks are on the 15th floor. - Easy access by escalator directly into the Lotte Department Store (from where the escalator takes you to, hang a right to get to the famous food hall!) - Location can’t be beat. Directly across from Eujiro Station (1) and around the corner from Myeong-Dong Walking Street / Night Market and several 7-11s (which are almost as good as the 7-11s in Japan). - Our room was beautiful, spacious, thoughtfully designed and decorated. Very modern touches and upscale finishes. A chandelier in the bathroom?? - Immaculate housekeeping. - Excellent temperature and very strong water pressure in the shower! - Appreciate the 2 complimentary bottles of Evian every day. - Fast wifi speeds. Cons: - Love the Diptyque toiletries but wish they weren’t the communal / shared bottles. There were bits of dried lotion crusted on the pump from the previous occupant. - Weird that neither lobby had a single chair to sit on. What’s up with that? Comes off a bit inhospitable. This isn’t the type of place to attract non-guests / loiterers. A bench wouldn’t kill anyone! - For a 5* hotel and the price we’re paying, it’s disappointing that there is a surcharge should you need a toothbrush, toothpaste or use of the sauna (!!). They claim the charge for toothbrush and paste is to prevent wastage but surely you could just have these small items available upon request at the front desk? - The doormen’s manners range from formal and friendly (some) to indifferent (most) to downright hostile (many), especially if you are not a Korean speaker, as many don’t speak English. I’m not arrogant enough to think they should speak English in a non-English speaking country, but a smile is universal, you know? Would likely stay here again at the right price and given the location.

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Hanok Residence Hotel Side
3.6/51 Reviews
It is really just living alone, very empty, the location is very good, the boss has seen it once! But many are self-service, so those who need service need to be considered
Hans House
4.5/52 Reviews
It's about meeting people's families, sharing children's lives with one another. My heart is in the middle of the city, I'm in the middle of the day, I'm in the middle of the day, I'm in the middle of the day, I'm going to go to the middle of the day. It's all about living in a small family. It's a good idea for old people, it's easy for people to live in harmony with the world, it's for the Korean language, it's for old people, it's for the elderly. The garden is so pretty. Gyeongbokgung Palace and Ewha Womans University are close to the city center, and there are subways and buses outside. The owner was very friendly and spoke to me in Korean and even gave me a small gift before leaving. Awesome!
NagNe House Boutique Hanok
4.3/512 Reviews
We loved the location first and foremost (boyfriend keep congratulating this part of the hotel as we were around the corner from Gyeongbokgung, the subway and an amazing food street). The house had been beautifully restored and the rooms were quaint with some nice ambiance lighting. The bed was super comfortable and quite large and we slept soundly all throughout. Even though some people complained about the soundproofing in past reviews, there were no problems. We had our own small and functional bathroom (no shower stall but a shower curtain to prevent the toilet and half the bathroom to get wet, we got used to the Korean shower in no time) but the fan was quite loud so if you shower in the evening you can't sleep a wink for a while unless you want the room to be very humid. We loved the fact that the hotel was being a bar in the afternoon and evening for both residents and non-residents and both the common room's deco and confines and the beverage choices (and food, they had a fruity cheese that was lovely) made it a brilliant spot to relax. We could borrow umbrellas at the hotel for free and the only staff we met was friendly and considerate while speaking good English and he was on hand to do our check in late at night. Amazing stay, really! We felt safe and looked-after. Nothing at all was a bother, we had an amazing time and we wished we could have stay longer (we stayed 6 nights out of 9 in Korea and we still had plenty to see around). They even provided restaurant recommendations and scheduled times for the close-by airport shuttle stop. Restaurants range from mostly local cuisine in the food street to foreign cuisine in an adjacent 2-minute-away street (We had Korean BBQ, Rice Burgers, Thai cuisine, Korean pancakes, Bubble Tea...)
Living Castle Single Room
3.5/52 Reviews
Located 3 minutes from the metro. Clean, comfortable guesthouse. Nearby within walking distance of local restaurants, attractions, shops and pharmacies.
Woo Guesthouse Insadong
3.8/53 Reviews
Insadong / Bukchon
Breathtaking view over Gyeongbokgung and the Blue House from the 2 windows of the palace-view room on the 5th floor. The owner is very friendly and helps to carry the luggage up and down the stairs.
Orange Motel Seoul
0/50 Reviews
Close to the station It is cheap and suitable for simple accommodation, except for the inconvenience of shops.

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