Seoul

Where buddist tradition meets luxury

A city of contrasts—it’s most compelling trait may be how Seoul embraces its ancient tradition and history while also being a worth-while urban metropolis with countless culinary options, frenetic nightlife and cutting-edge design. Seoul hotels offer plenty of variety and sophistication, complemented with old-word charm and resplendent luxury.

PARK HYATT SEOUL

The Park Hyatt, Seoul is centrally located in the heart of the city, occupying a stylish modern building. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide stunning panoramic city views, while spacious rooms feature Burmese oak and stone, cutting-edge yet subtle modern design and lovely lighting. A first-rate gymand spa also grace the property.

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THE SHILLA

This award-wining, sophisticated and refined hotel is noted for its legendary service and time-honored hospitality. It blends authentic charm with world-class luxury and state-of-the-art communications technology, making it the choice in Seoul for heads of state and dignitaries.

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IP BOUTIQUE HOTEL

Design worthy of a modern art gallery and a location in an area known for expat nightlife make this unique property the go-to choice for those desiring something hip and fresh.

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LOTTE HOTEL SEOUL

This lively high-rise hotel is connected to a shopping center, making it a tempting spot for those who enjoy hunting out fashions and fancies. Restaurants and boutique shops abound in the area, and rooms are large and well appointed.

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DOULOS HOTEL

Perfectly located within walking distance of many sights and surrounded by shops and restaurants, the Doulos is comfortable, friendly, intimate in size, and offers great value for the money.

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HANOK STAY IN BUKCHON

It is possible to stay in a traditional, Joseon-era Korean hanok in the Bukchon area of Seoul. Bukchon is an enclave of small homes thatare approximately 600 years old and feature the distinctive swooping tiled roofs and intimate feel of an ancient Korean dwelling. This experience is not for everyone—rooms are very small, bathrooms may be shared, English is hardly spoken by your friendly hosts, and amenities are lacking—but we would be remiss not to offer this glimpse into medieval Korean life.

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