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This is one of the two best hotels in Pyongyang, so the relative, local rating will be above our 'average' score.
The entrance, lobby, reception and the hotel shop all look quite nice and somehow modern (from a Korean perspective). Doormen, chamber maids and reception...More
This is classed as a luxury hotel and it is very comfortable to be sure. However, it's dated by western standards. But who's standards are the ones to go by?
My room was more like a small apartment than a hotel room, with a central...More
A poor 3 star hotel from the 80's trying to present as a modern 4 - 5 star destination. There is no room service on offer and when we wanted a corkscrew we were sent to every outlet in the hotel until in the end...More
Was told this was the best hotel in Pyongyang - but it wasn't!
Like most of North Korea this was drab, dismal and depressing and goes back to the 1950s!
A better hotel in the capital would be the Potonggang Hotel.
You are probably not coming here for the food or the hotels, but this was reasonably comfortable. Shared a room with a fellow aviation enthusiast. Chintz carpet and wall décor felt a bit like the 1960's. From the hallway, we had a step up to...More
Precisely as mentioned by DukeTroy. On my trip I was told the country preferred to deal in Euros, and generally conversion rates work better that way. Most stores and hotels will accepts Euros, Yuan Renminbi or US Dollars.