The Daemyung Resort Danyang is located in the vicinity of the Danyang 8 Scenes, Chungjuho Lake, Sobaeksan Mountain, Gosudonggul Cave, and Guinsa Temple. Along with "Aqua World", both facilities operate year round. The natural mineral waters boil up from 750m underground into Aqua World, providing the waters for its Mineral Water Bath, Hinokki Bath, Event Bath, and Korea's best Hydro Jet Pool. The water facilities are great for staving off fatigue.
Rakkojae is a traditional Korean-style guesthouse offering Korean food, Korean folk music and Korean folk dance. Visitors can experience the tasteful life of a nobleman of old Korea.
The tiled roves, pavilions, ponds and jar stand as well as pine trees and bamboo plants harmonize well with the Korean-style house. Tea- making and watching Korean folk music performances are available here. The lodging fee is similar to five-star hotels.
Lotte Hotel Seoul is a first class hotel located in the heart of Seoul in Sogong-dong, equipped with 1,479 rooms, 13 restaurants and bars, 16 grand conference halls and banquet halls, a Club Floor for businessmen, the best duty free shop in Asia, a fitness club, and a variety of other facilities to accommodate their guests.
The ‘Ibis Ambassador Myeongdong’ hotel, which first opened on May 1, 2006, was the fifth hotel to be developed in collaboration with France’s ‘ACOOR Group’ and Korea’s ‘Ambassadors Group’, and the second to open under the ‘Ibis’ brand. This hotel is located in the center of downtown Seoul in Myeongdong, the heart of the city’s business and shopping districts. Its location and reasonable weekday rates make it a good choice for businessmen, and its proximity to the shops means it’s also popular with tourists.
Seoul Sejong Hotel is named after King Sejong and strives to realize his high moral excellence and spirit. The hotel is located in Myeong-dong, a place located in the heart of the shopping, tourism, and business districts, with a spectacular panoramic view of beautiful Namsan and downtown Seoul.
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The Westin Chosun is situated in the heart of the business and shopping center of Seoul, where the embassies, banks, and government offices are also located. In 1999 and 2003, the Westin Chosun was selected as one of the world's top 100 hotels by international financial institutional investors, boasting newly renovated state-of-the-art facilities and rooms, and great service.
The hotel has a health center including a swimming pool, spa, and gym; a business center with a large-sized conference hall able to accommodate over 800 people, also conference rooms with other various sizes; an Irish pub, "O'Kim's"; 9 restaurants and bars including a French restaurant, 'The Ninth Gate'; and other facilities as well. The Westin Chosun also manages a banquet hall service with food catered from Gangnam's COEX food courts.
The hotel provides the finest business environment, offering a cutting edge facility holding 456 guest rooms with desktop PCs, high-speed internet connections, personal cell phones, TV internet, fax, printers, copy machines, automatic climate control, mini bars, and a 24hr room service to accommodate to the guest's every need. The VIP rooms come furnished with 'Heavenly Beds' guaranteeing the best of comfort.
Daemyung Resort Vivaldi Park is a comprehensive entertainment resort, located an hour and a half away from Seoul. The resort is equipped with a wide range of leisure facilities including the water park Ocean World, ski slopes, a golf course, and shopping mall. Surrounded by nature that provides exquisite scenery at all seasons of the year, Daemyung Resort Vivaldi Park is a perfect place for rest and relaxation.The resort has the largest lodging facilities in Korea with 1,801 rooms. Subsidiary facilities include a supermarket, sports shop, art hall, screen golf, game room, shooting range, karaoke, billiard room, table tennis room, bowling alley, gallery, clinic, bookstore, pharmacy, beauty parlor, and kids’ club.
The JW Marriott Seoul is an upscale brand hotel operated by Marriott International, the world's largest operator and franchiser of a broad portfolio of hotels and related lodging facilities. JW Marriott Seoul is located in Central City, a culture, leisure and sport complex in the Gangnam area. It is a five-star 39-story hotel (including 4 basement levels) with a total of 497 rooms.Every room of the hotel has up-to-date conveniences including a 40-inch LCD TV, remote jack pack and wireless Internet. The unique and modern interior design created by Gensler, the world's famous German interior consulting firm, offers incomparable comfort and warmth. Plus, the hotel provides a variety of conveniences and superb amenities such as an upscale buffet and international cuisine.Marquis Thermal Spa & Fitness Club, a flagship facility of JW Marriott Seoul, is a large-scale three-story facility that houses up-to-date fitness work-out equipment as well as a swimming pool using spa water sourced from underground rocks, a sauna, and diverse leisure sports programs including scuba diving, rock climbing, golf and squash. Therapy Center offers world-class spa treatment based on all-natural organic ingredients and diverse well-being programs.The JW Marriott Seoul, located nearby COEX and International Trade Center, is readily accessible by subway since it is connected with the Express Bus Terminal Subway Station underpass.
Doo Guesthouse is pleasant to look at, as many traditional Korean houses are with their antique feel. If the weather allows, you might want to sit on one of the chairs in the garden and kick back as you feel the wind blowing through the trees and immerse yourself in Korean tradition. Doo Guesthouse is very popular among tourists since it’s also furnished with some convenience facilities while maintaining the value of an old architecture intact.
There are Doo Guesthouse No. 1 and No. 2, offering various types of rooms to suit the taste and purpose of the visitors. The Special Room for those traveling with family even has a garden, making it feel like you’re in a private building. Doo Guesthouse No. 1 has a lounge where visitors can try on Hanbok (traditional Korean clothes)and get a taste of Korean tea culture.
Opened in 1978 at the Seogyo intersection in the Hongik University area, Bobo Hotel became so popular that the intersection was often referred to as the “Bobo Sageori (Bobo 4-way intersection).” Bobo’s chic yet comfortable atmosphere and unique design concept reflects the area’s youthful energy. Bobo Hotel strives to be comfortable yet energetic space where guests can escape from their hectic city life. Being close to the Hangang River, it offers magnificent night views of Yanghwadaegyo and Seongsandaegyo Bridges.