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Actually I stayed here over 60-70 nights around 2years.
Almost time I spent here when I was in Seoul for biz trip.
Here is residence hotel. Few rooms are old one but if you booking renovated room type on the booking site, you can enjoy...More
This hotel was underwhelming to say the very least. I've stayed at their sister hotels in Gangnam and had always been impressed, but not at this place. There was a definite lack of hot water. At first, there was absolutely no hot water. Then, when...More
I will say that most hotels are not quite as pictured, but this hotel looked like someone's grubby apartment. I have also become fairly adept at interpreting the photos. The apartment was clean-ish, but most likely not sanitary and on the older side. There was...More
I stayed at Humanstarville for five nights in June as I had gone to attend a conference. It is in Gangnam district and is probably in the best part of the city. Lots of 7/11 stores for basic amenities are within walking distance. Also lots...More
OK, "great" might be exaggerating, but it worked for us perfectly. The building is about a ten-minute walk from the Yeoksam subway station on the green line (line 2 aka the circle line). We walked it daily. I think the Seoul subway system is easily...More
If you thought business and fun couldn’t mix, look no further than urban Gangnam and the nearby neighborhoods. On the surface, Gangnam comes off as a strictly business district with a plethora of high-rise office buildings jutting into the sky and the steady streams of office workers bustling about. But interlaced within are a string of shops, restaurants, bars, and other spots for entertainment.
If Myeongdong is the generic meet-up and hangout spot north of the Han River, Gangnam is its answer for those on the south side. As evening comes, Gangnam comes alive with its countless neon lights attracting hordes of office workers, friends, and couples for food, drinks, perhaps a bit of singing at a noraebang, and more drinks. And the smattering of clubs around also draws plenty of folks looking to unwind and show off their moves on the dance floor. On weekends, the crowds gets bigger, the energy buzzes to a seemingly nonstop high, and Gangnam makes it clear why so many call Seoul the city that never sleeps.