Had a superior double on the 3rd floor. The view from the window was a wall but I wasn't in Busan for a view! For $60 a night this room was great aside from the very hard Korean style bed. The bathtub is super deep, I could stretch my 5' 7" frame all the way out. The bottom of the tub is kind of cushioned and it was just a fantastic bath! Giant flatscreen in the room. The little mini bar in the fridge is the cheapest I've ever seen. Where can you get a can of Coke for a buck in a hotel?! Really liked the computer in the room; it was very convenient! Electronic toilet with bidet. TIP: The A/C is turned on with the TV remote - be sure to point the remote at the A/C on the ceiling. This hotel isn't close to the shopping in Busan, like, not within walking distance, but the train is just down the block and easy to access.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Benikea Hotel Press has earned recognition as a boutique hotel that brings out the best of the natural environment of Gwangalli Beach where visitors can enjoy romance all year round. In Busan, you can see a glimpse of the beautiful Gwangandaygyo Bridge at the end of a dazzling shoreline, and there are many places to enjoy marine sports. As an advocate of a new concept of hotel culture, Benikea Hotel Press thinks from its guests' point of view in order to provide the best services and to ensure a comfortable stay. * Check-in -Standard check in time is between 2:00PM to 10:00PM. -Please inform to hotel in advance in case of late check in (after 10:00PM) ※ Blanket will be provided for paid addtional guest. ※ Free Wi-Fi ※ All rooms are non-smoking. ... more less