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2850 Sangye-dong, Jeju, Jeju Island South Korea
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Travel_newbie_lol wrote a review Jul 2012
Singapore, Singapore2 contributions2 helpful votes
The village has really nice setup. BBQ facility and a small field for games. Good for family and kids. Problem is their room. We had a duplex unit but the power supply kept tripping. Informed the staff , who can't speak a word of english, as we could hardly sleep in the first night. The room was warm n stuffy ( even though we opened up the windows). We finally found out that it was due to the Aircon. The staff implied to us that they will call for technician. The following nite,the same thing happened. It was really warm in the nite, our kids cried. I had no choice but to wake up the staff. He just smiled and gave me a small fan. We had the fan for the next 2 nites, because whenever we approached them, they politely smiled back. It seemed that it was a known problem to them, in the first place. Just don't understand why they rent it to us in the first place.
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Date of stay: June 2012
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Sundash wrote a review Jul 2012
Singapore15 contributions1 helpful vote
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We are a famiiy of 4 adults and the Jazz Village which has numerous room configurations was suitable. We had a 2 room apartment that comes with a kitchen. Jazz Village has a country side feel to it. The rooms are all made of wood. Jazz Village is just off the main road number 1132. It is near to Jungmun and by car is about 8 minutes drive. However it is not near a town so a car is a must. There is a G25 convenience store within the village, but there is no cafe. The room rate does not include breakfast but with a kitchen in the room it's not a problem. Checking in was easy, however the staffs do not speak English and further communication was a problem. The website is all in Korean but I booked it directly with them after a phone call and through e mails. A staff who answered my call spoke some simple English. Free wifi and free use of their computer is available at the reception area. There is no wifi in the room but there is a LAN cable. Overall I have no issues with the Jazz Village and will consder to saty here again.
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Date of stay: June 2012
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Ad1234 wrote a review Jul 2007
Singapore2 contributions14 helpful votes
My wife, son and I took a 5 day holiday in Jeju and stayed in 2 hotels. Jazz Village, classified as a pension house, was one of the hotels we stayed in. We are very satisfied and happy with the services they provided. I knew about this hotel through Trip Advisor. I went to their website, but is in Korean. I got in touch with the manager, Mr. S.W. Lee, who could speak some English. The room rate was very reasonable. The room sure gave us a very good first impression. The place looked wooden, new, clean and spacious. It has high ceiling and a nice kitchen, with the necessary cutlery and untensils. The outside environment was liven by the jazz music. Beside Mr. Lee, a couple of the staff could also speak simple English. They were friendly and courteous. The hotel is by a small road adjacent to route 1132, about 10 minutes west of Jungmun Resort. Please note that the major road numbering has changed from 2 digits to 4 digits. There is a brown sign, indicating the hotel location, at the T junction. The Jazz Village owners have just set up a restaurant opposite that T junction, serving the Jeju delicacy, the BBQ black pig. We thoroughly enjoyed the meal. We chose to drive, as it gave us alot of flexiblity, and there are English road signs leading us to places of interest and around. By the Kiasu (Scared to Lose) Singaporeans
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Date of stay: June 2007
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travelbug44 wrote a review Jul 2006
Austin, Texas259 contributions106 helpful votes
After a disappointing stay at the Paradise Hotel (see a separate review), we moved to the Jazz Village Resort, which I found reference to on another travel website along with great recommendations. It is located a couple of miles outside of Jungman, where the beach and all the fancy hotels are located. I am so glad we took a chance on it--what a great place! For $150 (high-season rate, but still half the price of our "luxury" hotel), we had a HUGE two-story room, complete with a loft, kitchen, two fancy TVs and DVD players (with a supply of DVDs available). The hotel was only built about a year or two ago, so it is still very new, with additional units under construction. There is nothing particularly Korean-looking about the hotel--it gives the impression of a deluxe cabin or condo in Colorado, complete with wood siding and soaring ceilings. But for comfort, size, and price, it can't be beat. The staff are friendly and helpful and speak some English. Jazz music is piped outside the buildings. There is a pool, though it was being filled at the time of our visit so we can't comment on it. Guests have free access to computers/Internet in one of the hotel buildings, and there is a game room for kids. Probably more stuff too but we didn't have much time to explore the hotel. Jazz Village has a website with some helpful pictures, but most of the text (at least for now) is in Korean. For a family, this has got to be the best option in town. One note--it would definitely be good to have a car if you are staying here, since it is a bit off the beaten path. To get to restaurants or buses, we needed to take taxis into Jungman (about $4, which isn't too bad given the savings overall at the hotel).
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Date of stay: June 2006
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Frequently Asked Questions about Jazz Village
Which popular attractions are close to Jazz Village?
Nearby attractions include Yongmeori Beach (4.6 miles), Daepo Haean Jusangjeolli Cliff (3.0 miles), and Yakchunsa Temple (3.9 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Jazz Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gozip Dol Wooluck - Jungmun, Narnia Restaurant & Cafe, and The Parkview.