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The hotel is listed as 5-star. Yes, it is 5-star because it is a new building. The finishes are definitely 3-star
The rooms were generally clean but squeezed. You have to ask for service to get your rooms cleaned. Apparently this was the hotel Policy....More
Right up front, I am a military traveler and I am here from the States for just a few days. The rates for rooms are reasonable for the regular traveler. Our price is based on military temporary duty (aka TDY) so is more expensive but...More
This hotel is in need of a total overhaul from top to bottom literally. They had a can of roach spray in the room. The closet is very small. Beds were very hard. Had to retrieve an iron every day from the front desk. The...More
I stayed at Hotel M for a week from the 26th of September til the 1st of October.
It's based in the business/government district quite close to the Korean National Assembly.
The hotel is very comfortable with spacious rooms given the price and location.
The location is good for Yeouido, if that's where you need to be, a couple of blocks from the park on the National Assembly side.
It's a fairly old hotel, with an odd entrance that looks like it might have been designed to shield cars...More
$48 - $113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Along with Gangnam and Samseongdong, Yeoido completes the trifecta of Seoul’s three main business districts. Steel and glass towers are the most visible sights, reflecting Yeoido’s general association as a business hub. But Yeoido is also where Korea’s laws are debated and enacted by Korea’s legislators within the iconic National Assembly Building. For an escape from urban life, the Yeouido Hangang Park is one of the most
popular parks along the Han River for Seoulites. Each spring, cherry blossom trees go into full bloom and the sight of the rows of pink trees and cherry blossom petals blowing in the air is a magical one that shouldn’t be missed if your timing is right.