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the place is very close to the metro station and also to the popular landmarks in Seoul.
the staff were lovely and helpful and It was clean.
Breakfast was not that great (some cereal, toast and butter) but It was okay for me.
The location is the best feature of the hotel. It is located right next to all dongdaemun malls. The staff is helpful.
However, sound isolation is poor. You can listen to people talking and walking in the corridors. There is also noise from cars in...More
A great place to stay and great location very near to subway station.
Room space is just nice for me and my wife.
Receptionist is very kind and helpful.
Almost all receptionist can speak a bit Chinese.
Pro - good for shopping trips, friendly staff (not all though), comfortable bed, surrounded by many small restaurants and cafes.
Cons - small rooms, weak water pressure, air-con needs cleaning, only 1 lift in the building.
This hotel is very basic, but the location is perfect. With breakfast, you even have to do your own dishes. The reception is based on the 7th floor. Rooms are extremely small and the shower is connected to the sink (and small). Overall I do...More
For shopping enthusiasts, Dongdaemun is a must visit. Enormous shopping centers – stacked with multiple levels of boutique and independent shops – offer the latest in Korean fashion, cosmetics, accessories, and other goods while prices are relatively low. The night shopping (between late night and early morning) is particularly well known here, making Dongdaemun a place where you can literally shop until you drop. If
fashion isn't what you’re looking for, the long-running wholesale markets nearby sell everything from cloth to utensils at lower prices. The rows of food stalls that set up at night ensure shoppers get refueled, and foodies will enjoy checking out nearby Sindang-dong’s Tteokbokki Town as well as some non-Korean offerings from the Central Asian Village near Dongdaemun.