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There is a good selection which caters for vegetarians and kids. The staffs are very efficient in replenishing the buffet items and cleaning the tables. This breakfast came with our room booking at the Ibis Ambassador Hotel.
We, wife, three year old daughter, and I, don't normally eat in hotel restaurants much even though we know that the food can be very good.
We were a bit jet-lagged and slow to wake up one morning in the Ibis Ambassador hotel. We decided...More
Visited this hotel at the end of 3 weeks in Seoul, for the European accent and to feel a little bit more at home, I felt so far from home in Asia!
Buffet was a real value with abundant fresh tasty food. Clean place.
Date of visit: January 2014
Thank Pierre S
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