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The rooms are still stuck in the 80s bathtub is spacious but no wall sockets in the bathroom,beds are comfy though also the walls are thin you can here most of what going on around you
It’s a good place to rest for a few...More
Staying here for 3 nights and I immediately regret the decision.
This hotel is incredibly cheap but it’s clearly cheap because it’s way overdue for a refurbishment I’ve gotta say it’s in an okay spot if you’re keen on the Itaewon area but other than...More
This hotel is in a very good location. It is 10mins taxi ride from Seoul Station and walking distance from Itaewon where you can find trendy dining and entertainments. But this hotel is old and the rooms are dark and old fashion. They are still...More
The only positive.
The location is very good. In just a few busstops (nr 401), which is almost in front of the door, you can get to the N tower. Within in a 5 min walk (it is up a hill) you can find yourself...More
This hotel is a bit run down, so very dated decor, but the location was pretty good. A 5 minute walk got us to great restaurants and the train station wasn't too far.
The hotel staff were polite and helpful.
You will always get what...More
Neighboring the immense Yongsan American Garrison, Itaewon was once shunned by locals as a seedy, red light district. But within the past few years, Itaewon and its surrounding neighborhoods such as Kyunglidan and Haebangchong have undergone a major revival to quickly become one of Seoul’s hottest areas. Here, trendy international restaurants dot the area alongside hip lounge bars and some of Seoul’s hottest
club venues. After dark, Itaewon comes into its own as one of Seoul’s top party scenes. The crowd is a fascinating patchwork of all backgrounds and identities, including a small but thriving Muslim community (centered on Korea’s sole mosque), the LGBT community (with a string of popular bars and clubs), and a wide range of ethnicities and cultures scattered around. Those seeking a quiet respite should head towards the eastern end, in Hannam-dong, which not only has one of Korea’s best art museums, the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, but plenty of mid-range to upscale restaurants and cafes.