80, Noyeon-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Maison Glad - Jeju is located 10 minutes drive away from Jeju International Airport and is considered a landmark in Jeju Island. It has antique interiors embracing 40 years of history and tradition, showing the local heritage and modern values alike. Also, visitors can enjoy a special experience when staying at the hotel surrounded by Jeju’s beautiful ambience.
35, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Arpina (opened in July, 2004) is within minutes of Haeundae and Gwangalli beaches, the Busan Convention Center (BEXCO), Centum City, and other popular attractions of Busan. Offering 103 guestrooms of 9 different room types and a variety of subsidiary facilities, the youth hostel has everything needed for tourists, business travelers, students, and families to have a relaxing and pleasant stay.
Family rooms are equipped with a kitchen and a private bathroom; large dormitory-style rooms come with shared bathrooms and are perfect for group travelers or students on summer vacation. Comfortable single guestrooms are available for business travelers and other travelers who crave a little more privacy than the dorms. There are even some Korean-style “Ondol” rooms for guests who want to experience traditional Korean sleeping arrangements.
Facilities include a fitness center, a swimming pool, a golf range, a sauna, restaurants, and seminar rooms. The youth cultural & training center and outdoor grass playground also make the hostel the perfect place for youth training camps.
249, Dongho-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
Founded in 1979, The Shilla Seoul represents time-honored tradition and grace. It graciously combines the nation's authentic beauty with a modern interior and the natural charm of Namsan Mountain. The place offers guests the most sophisticated services and programs along with comfortable guest rooms and world-class fine dining ready to tantalize the taste buds. In addition, there is a luxury spa and health clinic, shopping arcade for luxury goods, wedding hall, and a range of entertainment services.
In particular, the Guerlain Spa of the hotel was created based on the beauty know-how of from Guerlain, a French luxury cosmetic brand, adding to the glamorous atmosphere. The place offers 1-on-1, tailor-made services and state-of-the-art facilities, which guarantee the genuine relaxation. In addition, the hotel has newly created an outdoor swimming pool and fitness club while turning the broad greenery nearby into a beautiful sculpture park where you can refresh yourself jogging or walking.
35-14, Hahoe-ri, Pungcheon-myeon, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Located in Andong Hahoe Village, Jisan Historic House was designated as Folklore Material No. 140 of Gyeongsangbuk-do in 2010 in recognition of its value as a cultural heritage with more than 150 years of history. The hanok, which is situated in a large grassy yard and exudes an aura of antiquity, is visited by many people who come to enjoy its tranquility and its various experience programs. The house was presented by King Heonjong of Joseon in 1841 to Jisan Ryu Jiyeong (1828-1896), who served as a Useungji (accounting official) of the Seungjeongwon (Royal Secretariat), as Daesagan (chief censor) of the Saganwon (Office of Censors), and as Andongbusa (Local Administrator of Andong). Jisan, who was known for his integrity, diligence, and heaven-ordained being, named the house "Jonyangdang". In 2009, the house, in its capacity as a local museum, entrusted 2,950 artifacts collected by many generations of the family to the Korean Studies Advancement Center. Upon entering the house, the visitor will see a yard surrounded by a low fence. The flower beds contain many garden balsams, peonies, and common cosmoses among other flowers, and there is a special place on one side called a jangdokdae where many crocks are placed. And when you go over to the sarangbang right over the yard, you can see the figure of "ㅁ" made by "ㄷ"-shaped main wing (Momchae) and "ㅡ"-shaped minor wing (Araetchae). Usually, the sarangbang is situated opposite the anbang, but Jisan attached the rooms to practice his conviction of not enlarging the house. However, as men and women were strictly segregated, Jisan built the anbang as an internal structure that could not be seen from the sarangbang. He also built a relatively small gate and shrine. The house has four guestrooms – the anbang, sangbang, and sarangbang, which are clustered together but remain independent spaces, and the chogabang, which is the smallest of the four and is separate from the other rooms. Each room has a daecheongmaru (wooden floor) that is spacious enough to enjoy a drink of tea with one’s family, and a toenmaru (narrow wooden veranda running along the outside of the building) with an open view of the outside. As the stone wall and gates are low, guests can enjoy a panoramic view of the mountain and the tiled-roof houses of the village.
242, Chilsimni-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
KAL Hotel Seogwipo has 225 guestrooms and suites with 200 car parking spaces. Some of the rooms offer a beautiful ocean view, while the others a spectacular mountain view. In addition, the hotel is equipped with four functional rooms of varying sizes suitable for diverse occasions, Korean, Japanese and Western cuisine resturants, lobby lounge, observation lounge, barbeque site & garden, fitness center, tennis courts and jogging track. Moreover, the hotel offers discounts on several different tourist programs such as daily island tour, horseback riding and skin/scuba diving, and submarine cruises.
12, Yongyuseo-ro 304beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon
A hanok-style hotel in Incheon, Eulwang Tourist Hotel provides elegant, yet cozy accommodations. Guestrooms offer splendid views of the nearby emerald water and white sandy beach. The view of the sun setting out over the sea as seen from the guestrooms is particularly beautiful.
47, Tapdong-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Located along the picturesque beach of Jeju island, Jeju Oriental Hotel is a five-star hotel with 313 guest rooms, grand banquet room accommodating 500 people, middle and small sized banquet rooms, restaurants, and sauna facility in the hotel building with 9 stories and 2 basement floors. The hotel’s great facilities are good for both business travelers and tourists. Subsidiary facilities include business center, Casino, coffee shop, lobby lounge, and bar.
It has good location, which is the center of Jeju city, providing guests with various things to enjoy in short distance and convenient transportation. It is also close to the Jeju International Airport. Jogging or taking a walk along the beachside walking trek or at a park right next to the hotel, while Yongduam, one of the popular tourist attractions of Jeju is located in 10 minute distance on the West side of the hotel. The driveway along the coast around Yongduam and the café village nearby are the best driving course and date course. Also, there are many Sushi/Sashimi restaurants or Korean traditional restaurants nearby, allowing guests to enjoy taste of Jeju.
537, Minsokhaean-ro, Pyoseon-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Haevichi Hotel & Resort, a deluxe 5-star hotel in Jeju that opened on
May 24th, 2007, is a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Group. The place has a total of 503 guest rooms (288 rooms in the hotel, 215 in resort) and is located in Pyoseon where the folk culture and the nature are well-preserved. As the nearest hotel to the beach, around 70% of the hotel’s guest rooms have a gorgeous ocean view. The hotel room is around 47 square meters, the largest in size in the country. Every guestroom has a king-sized bed offering the most comfortable and quality accommodation for the guests.
The hotel also has 6 ballrooms, big and small, which when combined, offers the biggest capacity in Jeju as a single hotel accommodating 14 different conferences and 2,740 people at the same time. Other facilities include a café, bar, fitness center, swimming pools, a winter garden, a spa, and such high-end restaurants as Summora, Hanoru, Iidy and Bar 99.
431, Samseong-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
The Ibis chain has a network of over 703 hotels in 36 countries worldwide. The Ibis Seoul is located in the international district of Gangnam-gu and offers 317 guestrooms, two business meeting rooms, a wine bar (Le Bar), a restaurant (La table), fitness center, men’s sauna, and an underground parking lot. The guestrooms feature a refined modern design and top class hotel services are available all for very reasonable rates. The Ibis Seoul is situated at the center of Gangnam, and its proximity to COEX’s International Convention Hall makes it a good choice for visitors participating in conferences or exhibitions. Some of the hotel’s amenities include a business center, coin laundry facilities, a vending machine stocking drinks/living essential products, high-speed internet in every room, personal safes, and spacious rooms where guests can work and relax easily.
29, Neungheodae-ro 267beon-gil, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
Ramada Songdo Hotel (formerly Songdo Beach Hotel) is a business hotel that opened in April 2006 in Songdo, Incheon. Located five minutes from Songdo International City, the 12-story hotel has 204 modern rooms and suites, restaurants that serve exquisite dishes, a trendy cafe with an open ocean view, a skylounge and a lobby coffee shop. It is also equipped with a convention center that can seat up to 1,200 guests, a banquent hall with the capacity of 500 guests at a time and a wedding hall. In addition, such convenience facilities as spa & sauna, a fitness center and an indoor golf range are available at Ramada Songdo Hotel.
465-47, Bomun-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Swiss Rosen Hotel, located inside Gyeongju Bomun Complex, boasts sophisticated interior design and cozy guestrooms. Also, in addition to such free services as Wifi Internet, bike rentals, outdoor movie screening, and guest pick-up, the hotel offers easy access to several exciting adventures on the nearby Bomun Resort including horseback riding, hiking trails, golf courses and Bomun Lake.
75, Jungmungwangwang-ro72beon-gil, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
A premier hotel with a classic European design, The Shilla Jeju is a full-scale lodging resort located in Jungmun District on a Jeju Island shore facing the Pacific Ocean.
In addition to 429 guestrooms of various types, it features 6 restaurants, 7 banquet halls and meeting rooms, a fitness club including golf courses and swimming pools, and other convenience and entertainment facilities.