Flying off to South Korea? Whether you want to stay in the hustling and bustling city, or enjoy the calming waters of Jeju Island, we’ve got a hotel for you.
Here are our top picks for hotels in South Korea perfect for whatever kind of adventure that you’re into:
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Lotte Hotel Busan is the largest hotel in Busan with as many as 650 elegantly-appointed rooms and suites.
Most of the rooms have neutral palettes of brown and blue, but Lotte Hotel Busan has a special two-bedroom suite that’s heavily decorated in green so that it’s reminiscent of a baseball field.
Filled with baseball paraphernalia, photographs and a Nintendo Wii for entertainment, this room is dedicated to baseball right fielder Choo Shin Soo.
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With sleek lines and chic interiors, guests are treated to luxurious rooms and world-class facilities. The hotel’s rooms and suites have floor-to-ceiling windows which allows guests to bask in natural light and to enjoy the city’s breathtaking view.
Guests can also enjoy food from several fine dining options, take a dip in one of the hotel’s three pools, and get a massage at the spa.
As if that wasn’t impressive enough, the Four Seasons has an indoor golfing range that makes use of floor-to-ceiling 3D screens with state-of-the-art technology from Track Man.
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L7 Myeongdong is a hotel that provides guests with a clean and comfortable stay while helping them acclimate to the local trendy culture. Close to major shopping destinations and tourist attractions, the hotel boasts of a foot spa and of a style service!
For the latter, the hotel has partnered with the best K-beauty experts to take care of your hair and make-up, treating you like a K-pop star for as long as you need.
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Songdo Central Park Hotel offers 300 classic-style rooms with WiFi, a flat-screen TV, a bath and a marbled, Korean heated floor.
The hotel has a ballroom that can hold up to 730 guests, and there’s 24-hour front desk services, currency exchange and luggage storage. Guests can dine at High Wave Buffet or at the lobby lounge Panorama.
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With 327 spacious guest rooms, Hotel RegentMarine offers guests a stay with unparalleled comfort and simple luxuries – from crisp and clean linens to a breathtaking view of the Jeju Sea.
Hotel facilities include restaurant, outdoor pool, meeting rooms, a business center and a gym.
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This four-star hotel offers guests a stunning view of Jeju City, all while enjoying a room equipped with climate control, WiFi, an en suite bathroom with a tub, a hairdryer and toiletries.
The hotel itself has a restaurant, 24-hour front desk service, a gym and fitness center, and playpens and strollers you can rent for kids.
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With several rooms perfect for families, couples or solo travelers – Canvas Hostel is a soundproof accommodation in the busy Haeundae district of Busan.
This non-smoking property has chic black and white interiors, sleek lines, dorm rooms and private rooms that also have their own bathrooms, hairdryers, toiletries and slippers.
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This business hotel has 24-hour front desk and concierge service, airport shuttle to and fro Cheongju International Airport, a business center and meeting rooms.
The interior boasts of a neutral palette and a sleek and modern design making it the perfect place to meet up with colleagues for business events or meals at the in-house restaurant or bar.
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If you want to get out of the city and enjoy some fresh air, Konjiam Resort is your best bet. With a botanical garden that spans 165,000 square meters, guests can enjoy a relaxing stroll through the lush greenery or they can relax at the spa for the ultimate physical and mental retreat.
If you’re more of an adrenaline junkie, why not ski or snow board down the slopes at the resort’s ski world.
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Perfect for adrenaline junkies, this hotel gives guests a relaxing stay after a day of skiing in the winter or golfing during the summer. As if that wasn’t enough, Gangneung’s coastline is a quick 20-minute drive away in case you need a little vitamin sea during your trip.
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