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I loved staying at this hotel. My room was cozy, modern, quiet and clean! The room was all white with a spotless clean bathroom... It was on the top floor (6) and all the way at the end of the hall. I think my room...More
Spent almost two weeks in Seoul and stayed at the Hotel Princess. Loved the location and the staff at the front desk. The room was spacious and amenities were great. Can't wait to return. Starbucks down the street and a bakery next door. Also a...More
this hotel is in the middle of a busy area so it is a little noisy til midnight or so but what do you expect if you stay in a built up area.
my room was ok but nothing special, no windows which was good...More
Hotel Princess is located at just the foot of Mengdong subway station. It is extremely convinence to go everywhere of Seoul. My deluxe twin room is spacious, clean and tidy. It furnished with one double bed and one single bed. The staff there are polite...More
$59 - $82 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Aside from Sinsa / Garosugil, no other area in Seoul connotes the words “luxury” and “fancy” like Apgujeong and Cheongdam. Global luxury brands have set up their flagship stores here, catering to the neighborhood's mostly affluent residents. It’s also one of the top areas in Korea (some say the world) for cosmetic surgery, attracting hundreds of thousands each year for a little nip or tuck. The other parts of Apgujeong
and Cheongdam are mostly lavish residential buildings for some of Seoul’s most affluent alongside extravagant restaurants, bars, spas, and other spots for indulgence. And Cheongdam has long been a bastion for flashy clubs and parties, though in recent years, Itaewon has emerged as a strong challenger to those claims.