365, Geumbong-ro, Jecheon-si, Chungcheongbuk-do
RESOM FOREST located in Jecheon, Chungcheongbuk-do, is an environmental-friendly resort. Using environmental-friendly energy, the resort strive on using reusuable and recycled products. With numerous number of forests, gardens, and valleys, visitors can see beautiful nature all year round.
In addition to guestrooms, the resort features a number of unique natural therapy spaces including the RESOM Spa Center, an herbal medicine wellness center, and an outdoor meditation center. There are also a diversity of cultural spaces including a cultural arts center (porcelain center, gallery, and observatory), a museum, an event house, and a wine cave where a wide range of cultural arts performances are held throughout the year.
51, Byeonsanhaebyeon-ro, Buan-gun, Jeollabuk-do
Sono Belle Byeonsan offers an amazing view of the sunset over the west sea. The family-oriented hotel provides comfortable and relaxing stay.
267, Jaembeoridong-ro, Goseong-gun, Gangwon-do
Pine Ridge Resort Villa is an independent high-class golf and spa resort with 168 rooms located on the golf course. The villa offers comfort and relaxation in a European-style villa. The rooms provide open views to the beautiful natural landscape of the surrounding golf course.
The resort’s spa facility uses a hot spring for its water source that is rich in alkaline with an optimal temperature at 45 degrees Celsius. Guests can enjoy the utmost comfort and convenience through these superb facilities and services. Subsidiary facilities include golf practice range, banquet hall, Azalea retail shop, restaurants, café, and more.
399, Gohan 7-gil, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
At 1,100m above sea level, High1 Palace Hotel offers a beautiful view of High1 Country Club (High1 C.C.). The hotel provides a variety of elegant, tasteful rooms with top-notch facilities; rooms range in price from a standard room to the Royal Suite.
'High Land' at High1, is a woodland palace-like, high-end restaurant that offers exquisite international cuisine as well as the traditional food of Gangwon-do province. The hotel also includes a multi-functional convention center. Its location on the pristine mountain highlands makes it an ideal venue for small family gatherings and parties.
Your stay at High1 hotel will leave you with heart-warming memories that will last you at lifetime.
40-109 Namseo-daero 1179-beon-gil, Nam-myeon, Namhae-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do
Ananti Namhae first opened in 2006 as Hilton Namhae Golf & Spa Resort and has been a haven of comfort and relaxation ever since. The sleek modern design of the hotel expresses nature in its simplest form. The resort is equipped with an 18-hole PGA championship golf course, a high-quality spa, and many other services.
3691, Donghae-daero, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do
Located in Sokcho, Gangwon-do, the Benikea Hotel Mountain & Ocean Daepohang guest rooms are famous for their views facing the deep blue East Sea. In addition, another must-visit attraction in Sokcho, Seoraksan Mountain, is not too far away which makes this hotel a convenient destination to stop and relax before or after mountain climbing.
83, Doryeong-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Shaped like Jusangjeolli Cliff, Jeju’s representative scenery & falls, and decorated with Dol hareubang (stone grandpa), Lotte City Hotel Jeju is a suitable accommodation for tourists and business men. It is the tallest building in Jeju. It is conveniently located 5 minutes from Jeju International Airport by car, with the great scenery of downtown, the ocean, and Hallasan Mountain within a sight. Fine and modern-style guestrooms, heated pool operating all year long, large sized banquet room and various other convenient facilities are offered for visitors to enjoy a comfortable stay in the hotel.
174, Taegi-ro, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
Opened in 2002, Phoenix Pyeongchang Youth Hostel is a 5-story, 76-room facility, able to accommodate up to 1,000 guests. Rooms come with restrooms, and a public restroom is also available on each floor, perfect for vacation and field trips. The hostel is also close to the slopes, for convenient access. Additional facilities include a swimming pool, bowling alley, billiards room, aroma massage, convenience store, game arcade, pharmacy, and more. Phoenix Pyeongchang Youth Hostel was created in harmony with nature with completely equipped facilities and systems to enchance the participants' program needs while putting the safety of its guests first at all times.
4, Eunnam 1-gil, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Hotel Elin offers a comfortable stay for your trip to the fantastic Jeju Island. Despite the rather small size of 32 rooms in total, the accommodation is close to the Jeju International Airport and a variety of facilities. Jeju Provincial Hall, Jeju Provincial Council, Halla Hospital, and Halla Arboretum are nearby.
The hotel is equipped with electric wheelchair lift and rents manual wheelchairs. Hotel Elin is a vocational rehabilitation facility for the severely disabled designated by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, and a social enterprise. The disabled are being employed for room cleaning, cooking assistance, and room booking. Profits from the operation of the hotel are used for job creation and welfare for the disabled.
As for rooms, there are four types: Standard Double, Superior Twin, Deluxe Twin, and Family Suite. Each room boasts of wooden interior design; the wooden bed, table, wardrobe, vanity, etc. all create a classic atmosphere. Every room is furnished with a bed, and the wooden floor is heated (Ondol) in winter. Family Suite is equipped with a whirlpool bathtub.
108-35, Donghae-gil Bukpyeong-myeon, Haenam-gun, Jeollanam-do
'Haemaru Healing Forest is a guesthouse situated at the foot of Duryunsan Mountain, Haenam in front of Wondo Beach and surrounded by a cypress grove. The mountain, cypress grove, and beach are all visible from the main floored hall room. For this reason, many of the guests who stayed here say that the picturesque view seems to change day by day. The town where the guesthouse is located is specially designed as a 'hanok village,' consisting mostly of traditional Korean houses of Jeollanam-do. It is also widely known as 'Haenam Kimchi Village' because of their famous cabbages, which are grown in the natural environment and are used to make kimchi. Specifically, there are three villages in this area: 'Green Experience Village,' 'Farm Stay Village,' and 'Resort Village.' There is a public swimming pool in the area managed by the villagers and is very popular among visitors, with ticket sales reaching KRW 100,000,000 a year. One of the advantages of staying at this guesthouse is that it’s within a one-hour ride to a number of popular nature destinations such as Wando Cheongsando Island, Gangjin Dasan Chodang, Jangheung Cheongwansan Mountain, Woodland, and Yeongam Wolchunsan Mountain. Haenam is known as one of the best regions of Korea for enjoying the famous Jeolla-do cuisine, so visitors to Haenam are advised to try the local food. The villagers built these traditional Korean guesthouses so that their visitors can have a day of relaxation in nature, away from their hectic city life. With this mind, they used natural pinewood and red clay from Gangwon-do to build authentic traditional Korean houses and utilized traditional Korean tiles from Goryeong. The name 'Haemaru Healing Forest' was given by the owner of the guesthouse, with the subtitle 'A place where you can tell your story.' The guesthouse buildings are in 'ㄱ' shape. The main building, called 'anchae' in Korean, has floor area of 72m², which is big enough for up to 25 people. There are two rooms, a large living room, and a kitchen in this building. The rooms are furnished with sofa, television, air conditioner, refrigerator, and table just like an ordinary home so that guests can feel at home during their stay. The 'bakkatchae,' or 'detached house,' is a single room with capacity of 6 and is furnished with air conditioner and bathroom. The guesthouse is owned by a couple who still work in Seoul and need to travel back and forth between Seoul and Haenam frequently. They're both nature lovers, so their most favorite place in the house is the kitchen garden where they cultivate their own organic lettuce, perilla leaves, and chili peppers. The kitchen garden is open to guests who want to try the homegrown organic vegetables. Various experience programs are offered here as well, such as yunnori, dadeumi, jwibulnori, and kimchi making. Jwibulnori is a traditional Korean game played on the eve of Daeboreum or First Full Moon Day, where people burn dry grass on the ridges of rice paddies and fields and others spin cans of flames attached to the end of a stick or a sling. For safety reasons, this game is played with the consent and participation of the villagers, so be sure to ask the owner of the guesthouse when the game is played. It’s free for groups of more than 10 people. As for the kimchi-making class, it is offered by the guesthouse owner's younger brother and sister-in-law who live and run a kimchi factory in the village. They will teach you how to make kimchi, step-by-step, start to end. The kimchi-making class is a paid program, so be sure to ask the guesthouse owner how much and when the class is held.
96, Gwangnam-ro, Suyeong-gu, Busan
Dawn Beach Hotel, located next to Gwangalli Beach, is a tourist hotel with great ocean views. The hotel has 44 guestrooms. Subsidiary facilities include a sky lounge and a karaoke area.
45, Gadoan 1-gil, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do
BENIKEA Ariul Hotel is located on a street corner that overlooks the Saemangeum seawall. The hotel’s guests include overseas buyers and business men due to the hotel being located close to Korea’s largest free economic zone. Tourists visiting the Saemangeum are will also benefit from the hotel’s convenient location. It takes only 15 minutes by car to go to Gunsan Airport, and 20 minutes to Gunsan Country Club from the hotel. The hotel has 43 Western-style rooms and two Korean-style rooms.