Hotel June was an efficient spot for an overnight transit stop. The room was clean and quiet. The bathroom was quite large with a steam shower and a small bathtub with jets. The bathtub was strangely small; as a medium sized woman, it was a bit cramped even for me even. However, it was very pleasant after two weeks of shower stalls in teeny tiny Asian hotel bathrooms. The room came with a number of amenities (shampoo, lotion, shower gel, comb, toothbrush, hair gel and shower cap), and had a water heater/cooler, a refrigerator and a computer. The internet was a bit spotty, cutting in and out a bit. Upon check in, the hotel desk staff arranged my wake up call and shuttle straight away--very efficient. The hotel was located near many shops, restaurants and even a grocery store where I was able to find all kinds of strange and fascinating items to entertain my palate. There was also a park within walking distance. The only unusual thing I found at this hotel was the front desk man (who may have been Indian?) who kept following me around the hotel. Presumably he was trying to be helpful, but it was a little unnerving to have a personal escort from the elevator to the curb and the reverse.
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- Free Airport shuttle from Incheon (Seoul) International airport, In Room PC with free WIFI Internet, English TV Channels, etc. ... more less
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