225, Gwanganhaebyeon-ro, Suyeong-gu, Busan, Korea
Hotel Aqua Palace is a cozy and comfortable hotel with a great night view of Gwangandaegyo Bridge and beautiful Gwangalli Beach.
Run in connection with the hotel is Aqua Palace, Korea’s only seaside water park. Main attractions include a 90 meter slide, a wave pool, and various bade pools (warm water massage pools) that are filled with water drawn from 816 meters underground. Since the park is indoors, guests can enjoy these and other water facilities all year round.
The hotel is equipped with various jjimjil-bang facilities, a golf center, and guestrooms ranging from deluxe and family rooms to executive and suites with stunning views and a sophisticated interior design.
240, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul
Lotte Hotel World is located in the Jamsil area of Seoul. It is directly connected to both Lotte World, the world's largest indoor theme park, and Lotte World Mall, the largest multiplex in Asia. The nearby Seokchon Lake also creates a beautiful ambiance. The hotel is equipped with facilities to host international events and gatherings though banquet halls and meeting rooms of various sizes. The Lotte World character themed room is also available for a special experience.
12, Jungang-daero 196beon-gil, Dong-gu, Busan
Toyoko Inn Hotel is Asia’s largest business hotel chain and has branches in the USA, Germany, the UK, and China in addition to 242 branches in Japan.
The Busan Station branch of Toyoko Inn Hotel is located within walking distance of Busan Station and offers clean and comfortable guestrooms at affordable prices. By eliminating frivolous services and facilities, Toyoko Inn Hotel is able to offer reduced room rates without sacrificing basic comforts.
The hotel operates under the mantra ‘comfortable and clean accommodation near the train station’ and is geared mainly towards business travelers who need some rest and relaxation before continuing on their way. Desktop computers with wireless internet connection are available at the lobby for guests’ convenience.
22-2, Sejong-daero 14-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
Daewoo Motel reopened in 2013 with neat facilities after remodeling the rooms. The place is good for solo travelers looking for an inexpensive lodging. There are three types of rooms: single room, double room, and twin room. The rooms are equipped with a desk which can also be used as the dressing table, refrigerator, safe deposit box (except the single room), and bathroom with the latest interior. The room is rather spacious even with a lot of luggage. Water purifier serving both hot and cold water and a microwave are positioned on each floor to enable simple cooking. Free simple breakfast composed of bread, coffee, etc. is offered in the morning.
Daewoo Motel has good access to tourist attractions and shopping malls; Namdaemun Market, Deoksugung Palace, Myeongdong, and Euljiro Street are located within 10 minutes’ walk, and the Youth Street in Jongno and Cheonggyecheon are one station away by subway. Bukchang-dong, the place where Daewoo Motel is situated, is famous for delicacies together with the neighboring Namdaemun Market. Euljiro Whelk Alley, Jongno Pimatgol, and Gwangjang Market are also located near Daewoo Motel so that you can enjoy the diverse food selections of Seoul.
The staff at the front desk will help you find travel information in English, Japanese, and Chinese.
129-15, Gucheondong 1-ro, Muju-gun, Jeollabuk-do
Muju Sun Flower Cottage Hostel is a family-friendly rental cottage located in the Muju Gucheon-dong Tourist District. It is a great place to appreciate the beautiful, majestic scenery of Muju and refresh yourself in the midst of Gucheondong Valley's clean nature. In particular, Muju Sun Flower Cottage Hostel is adjacent to the valley located in the upstreammost part of the tourist district, fully benefiting from the goodness of the region with its great mountain and clean water. With its deck near the valley, the place is just right for spending time playing in the water during summer and looking at the scenery of the valley during spring and autumn. The herbal tea provided to the guests is brewed from the wild herbs collected and roasted by the owner and is on the house. At the cafe, guests can help themselves to the herbal tea, coffee, toast, and fried eggs for breakfast. The room names Sunflower, bellflower, daffodil, cherry flowers, etc. are easy on the ear. All rooms are heated from the floor (Ondol) and are in the color of lavender, creating a comfortable atmosphere.
737, Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
Hotel Riviera is a top-class hotel that was first opened on December 12, 1987, with the philosophy of creating a whole new hotel culture. The hotel is located south of Yeongdong Bridge in Cheongdam-dong, offering the convenience of the Olympic Expressway for transportation.
The hotel is perfect for business travelers providing high-speed internet in each guestroom. Interior design and lighting is very modern providing a luxurious experience. Hotel facilities include restaurants, sauna, fitness center, indoor golf center, and more.
49-23, Gyedong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
The main building in Seoul is a traditional Korean cultural space renovated by Jeong Yeong-jin, a human cultural asset, from a hanok with a history of 130 years. Traditional flags, fences, pavilions, chimneys, and jangdokdae are holding the blue sky with pine trees, creating a harmonious Korean-style house. Passing through the elegant tall gate, as you see the jangdokdae, a small but clean hanok will be revealed, and the pine trees and bamboo trees added to the natural beauty, while the loving Gomusin placed on the stone brings back beautiful memories.
Rakkojae is a place where the customs of the aristocrats in the past are melted in various places, creating a wonderful atmosphere by carefully reviving the pavilion, ponds, and daecheongmaru. Especially, Daecheongmaru adds the beauty of the margins of hanok to give you a sense of refreshment. As the old scholars did, sitting on the pavilion makes the time flow slow and the wind that passes over the Sotdae feels special.
In addition, you can experience the beauty of Korean tradition with various programs such as tea ceremony, jjimjilbang, royal robes, and kimchi-making along with traditional Korean food. Rakkojae's accommodation, reminiscent of a nobleman's house in the Joseon Dynasty, is well-kept and comfortable that it is comparable to a luxury hotel, and the natural jade-covered ondol rooms and firewood jjimjilbangs made of cheongito provide a healthy journey for many guests.
66, Oak valley 1-gil, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do
Oak Valley is a family resort that offers a beautiful facility with golf courses, thrilling ski slopes, leisure and convenience amenities, and European-style condominiums. The resort's golf courses were designed to work with the naural environment and the course-management is eco-friendly. The resort offers both a members only and public course and a variety of events are ongoing throughout the year.
Other amenities include a banquet hall, wedding hall, swimming pool, tennis court and mountain biking course.
15, Hoemun 3-gil, Imsil-gun, Jeollabuk-do
This hanok (traditional Korean house) is located in Deokchi-myeon, Imsil-gun, Jeollabuk-do. Opened in June 2020, it has quite clean facilities and a comfortable structure. Seomjingang River flows in front of the village, and Baengnyeonsan, Hoemunsan, and Palbongsan Mountains surround the area like a screen.
A wide grass lawn of 6611 m² around the four modernized hanok buildings offers a picture of pastoral comfort with pine trees and a water wheel. Each house is rented out as a whole unit and includes one ondol (under-the-floor heating system) room, one bedroom, a living room that doubles as a kitchen, and a restroom. “River” and “Wind’ units have raised open floor space, while the other two “Mountain” and “Field” units have narrow wooden porch along the outside of the rooms. All units have a standard occupancy of 4, but their size of 66–82 m² allows them to host up to 8.
Each unit also comes with an outdoor table. Guests are prohibited from cooking strong-scented food in the unit but may rent out the barbecue grill to be used in the lawn. The swimming pool opens in summer.
17, Centum 1-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Centum Premier Hotel is a business hotel with four underground floors and 22 floors on the ground offering a view of Haeundae Beach. The 603 rooms provide various options from single and double rooms, to twin and premier suites. All of them are done in modern style, kept clean and optimal for a comfortable stay. There are various facilities in the hotel including a seminar room, a fitness center, a business, a coin laundromat, a restaurant, and a cafe. In particular, an indoor swimming pool with full-length windows on all sides is located on the 12th floor. Free admission is provided to guests, with access to a shower room and a personal locker. Make sure to bring your swimsuit and swimming cap when visiting the hotel in the summer. Breakfast costs 13,200 won per person and is provided in Korean style until 9.30 a.m. Centum Premier Hotel boasts of the best location. Haeundae Beach is within walking distance, whereas Gwanganri Beach is about a 5-minute drive away. Bexco, the center of the MICE industry in Busan, and a place for corporate meetings, incentive travel, conventions and exhibitions, is nearby; so are large department stores and traditional markets. A variety of promotions and events is organized by the hotel.
Contact us in advance via the website or telephone to enjoy more benefits.
88-13, Chusan-gil, Ulleung-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Healing Stay Kosmos is located at the edge of a cliff next to Songgotsan Mountain in Ulleungdo Island. The exterior is in a spiral shape, reflecting the trajectories of the sun and moon. The six-vault structure, which extends outward in a spiral shape from the center of the building, is the most essential element—each of the vaults form an independent space inside. Due to the spiral shapes, the entrance to the vaults temporarily blocks the landscape outside; however, as the guest enters further into the vault, the view to the surrounding landscape gradually opens up, and each vault reveals a unique view. This allows every guest to naturally immerse themselves into the hotel’s beautiful architecture and the surrounding landscape. The hotel also observes strict hygiene and disinfection to ensure the safety and convenience of guests. The maintains the cleanliness of every room and bedding every day. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the hotel staff regularly ventilate and disinfect all facilities and a designated disinfection and quarantine manager strictly monitors the staff’s compliance with the social distancing manual. The hotel also provides a complimentary healing kit, which includes a hand sanitizer (as well as a trekking map and specialty snacks from Ulleongdo Island), to all guests.
10, Gangnam-daero 69-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul
Seoho Hotel is located in the transportation hub of the Gangnam district of Seoul, and is near many tourist attractions. The rooms are quiet, clean, and comfortable. Gangnam Station (Subway Line 2), Exit 10 is located within a 5-minute walking distance.