I'm not sure that I can add much to the previous reviews.
The hotel is dated but clean and the staff helpful.
On the positive side, there is good, free (unsecured) wifi throughout the hotel.
The breakfast is adequate.
Other than breakfast, I did not eat in the restaurants I either went to the Foreigners Club next door or to one of the many good restaurants a short walk away.
The professional photos on the review site must have been of a different hotel to the one I stayed in; mine was small with about a 300mm (1ft) between the bottom of the bed and the TV cabinet. I managed to gather a nice series of bruises on my thigh on the furniture due to the cramped space.
During the week I was there, the TV was relocated from the cabinet and attached to the wall and the suitcase stand removed and my case dumped on the floor. I went back one lunch time and found that, while this work was going on, all of the bedroom doors were left open - not very secure.
Typical for Korea, the A/C was switched on three times a day (I don't know what these times were). As a result, I slept OK for four hours then woke up soaked in sweat. The bed covering is a duvet with no top sheet so I'm hoping that this is changed at some time between residents (although I'm not confident of this).
I'm hoping to find another hotel for my next business trip which has A/C on demand but I'm not too confident.
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