This hotel caters solely to the Japanese golfing market. Staff speaks little English & it was excruciating trying to get some service. The Air-con was switched off (excuse was that it was winter) so the only way to get air was to open the window (which would quickly shut by itself) in-spite of mosquitoes. So had miserable 2 nights with the noisy portable fan.
Definitely not worth the Won 200,000 a night. Buffet breakfast was average.
No free internet (motels in Korea provide free internet!!)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- MAISON GLAD JEJU is made up of 513 luxury guest rooms, all with spectacular views. With both Western and traditional Korean rooms, we have a style available for every guests' preferences. Using handpicked ingredients, first class chef provides the best taste of Jeju Island. Samdajeong, first class chef will be working directly with guest and preparing their desired entrees from all areas of the world inclusing high satisfaction. Azalea, Farm Grill restaurant 'AZALEA' serves special local cuisine of Jeju, which have been prepared with Jeju's black pork, fresh seafood and other ingredients. The smell of pine trees, the greenness of the foliage, the sound of birds chirping, and the winding stream and statuesque pine trees. We are re-opening the swimming pool facilities and the infinity pool on July 2016. Experience our exclusive service and Maison's value. I am GLAD to serve you ! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grand Jeju City
- Grand Hotel Jeju City