There was considerable renovation going on in the lobby during my stay, which meant negotiating a narrow door with luggage was quite awkward.
The rooms were large by Korean standards, but the view at the back is miserable. Miserable toiletries and threadbare towels -- as well as a badly tuned TV with scarcely an English station didn't exactly make you want to stay in.
Although it was the start of spring, the hotel had switched off all air conditioning to the rooms "until summer" leaving many of our very large party to complain about the stifling conditions to complain (to no avail).
The breakfast buffet was, frankly, disgusting. The bread had mould on it and everything seemed to be swimming in a hideous grey bile. Despite staying for a week, one breakfast was enough.
There is a half decent coffee shop in the lobby which, infuriatingly, doesn't open until 9 am. Getting a taxi can also be a bit of a trial.
Lots of excellent Korean BBQ places in the immediate vicinity and the Irish bar across the street has a surprisingly wide range of imported bottled and draft beers as well as great Guinness on tap.
Apart from that, there is something oddly creepy about the town and it isn't a place I'd visit again unless on business.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking