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Sariwon 3.8 Hotel

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed October 5, 2016

When you enter this hotel you will be entering a 1960 communist style hotel. No atmosphere at all. Friendly staff however. The room is better than you expect after the first impression when you enter the hotel. Clean, a small balcony and because of the balcony door (with a screen door) you can enjoy the fresh air. Electricity is only...

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Lake Worth, Florida
Reviewed September 19, 2015

Stayed one night - no hot water. Woken up at 5:30 am by loud blaring marching music and loudspeaker screaming, coming from another area. The food at lunch was decent, but I was happy to check out and move on.

1Thank LARPAT55
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed May 11, 2014

The room surprised me as it was really a suite. There was a separate bedroom and sitting area which were comfortable. The bathroom was large and had a Japanese style toilet with all the requisite options in terms of heated seat, washing options etc. electrical system was fine. Breakfast was good with the food more towards a Western palate. Dinner...

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Nuremberg, Germany
Reviewed November 10, 2013

I stayed here for one night in September 2013 as I was on the way from Haeju to Nampo. Hotel was very good for North Korean standards. Spacious room (but poorly lit, as everywhere in the DPRK). Bathroom was a bit of kitch due to its yellow marble. No problems with water supply. I had dinner at the hotel which...

2Thank laendersammler
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed December 26, 2012

My sister and I stayed at this hotel in September 2012, as part of a tour of North Korea. We arrived at the hotel at night after a long drive in the countryside. The staff were nice, and we had an ok meal for dinner and went to bed. The bed was comfortable, with a fetching child's duvet cover on...

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Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
Reviewed September 12, 2011

We stayed here as a group touring the DPRK. So the story goes: "The Great Leader, President Kim Il Sung declared 8 March as Ladies Day so a hotel was built in Sariwon so ladies (and foreigners) could view the sights" Huge rooms. We had an anti-room leading into a TV lounge with a club leather settee and armchairs leading...

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Address: Sariwon, North Korea
Location: North Korea > North Hwanghae Province > Sariwon
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