Cheap Hotels in Seoul
In Seoul (Jongno)
Kimchee Gangnam Guesthouse is a fun, friendly, and stylish guesthouse in Gangnam, Seoul. We have great facilities, set in a beautiful building which incorporates bold interior design and elegant architecture. We like to think of our guesthouse as more than just a place to sleep; It's a play to stay and meet other travelers from around the world. Including an on-site cafe, and with space for over 100 guests. Kimchee Gangnam can get very lively! The Guesthouse is located in walking distance from Gangnam-gu Office Station and near the center of Gangnam, as well as the Apgujeong area. In addition you can easily reach various hot spots nearby, e.g. Garosu-gil (Art Galleries, Restaurants, Bars, Cafes, as well as High-End Clothing Boutiques), the COEX Mall, Octagon Night Club, SM Entertainment Head Office.
In Seoul (Jongno)
Set in a prime location of Seoul, Benikea Premier Hotel Dongdaemun puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Take advantage of the hotel's free Wi-Fi in all rooms, postal service, taxi service, ticket service, wheelchair accessible. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and some offering convenient amenities like television LCD/plasma screen, linens, mirror, towels, internet access – wireless (complimentary). Enjoy the hotel's recreational facilities, including hot tub, fitness center, before retiring to your room for a well-deserved rest. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Benikea Premier Hotel Dongdaemun.
In Seoul (Yeongdeungpo-gu)
Near Myeongdong Street
In Seoul (Gangbuk-gu)
Conveniently located an 8-minute walk from Myeongdong shopping district, Beewon Guest House offers dormitory and western-style rooms with heating and hairdryers. A common kitchen and lounge is available at the property. Beewon is 500 metres from Jongno 3-Ga Subway Station (Line 5) and Anguk Station (Line 3). Insadong Cultural Street is less than a 10-minute walk away. Beewon’s cosy, air-conditioned rooms offer a TV. En suite bathrooms with toiletries can be enjoyed in selected rooms. A fridge is available in certain rooms. Guests can relax at the guest house’s lounge, which offers a computer and TV. Light meals can be prepared in the kitchen, which is equipped with a microwave oven and toaster. Free laundry and a water purifier are provided in the guest house.
Situated in the Myeongdong shopping area, this property is just a 4-minute walk from the shopping, entertainment and traditional food options at Namdaemun traditional market. It offers a simple daily breakfast and complimentary Wi-Fi access. K-POP Residence Myeongdong 1 is a 3-minute walk from Myeongdong Station (Line No. 4) and Euljiro Station (Line No. 2). It is a 5-minute drive from the cable car station which leads to N Seoul Tower. Incheon International Airport is a 50-minute airport limousine ride away. Equipped with air conditioning and heating, rooms feature a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom. Slippers are provided. A simple breakfast of toast, with milk and juice is provided daily. Guests of K-POP Residence Myeongdong 1 have access to the shared kitchen, living room and computer room. Luggage storage facilities are also available.
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Hotels in Seoul
Located in South Korea's vibrant capital city, Seoul Hotels are set in the midst of night markets, majestic palaces, sparkling K-Pop clubs and elegant public plazas.
The grandest of Seoul's palaces is, without a doubt, Gyeongbokgung. Built by the founder of the Joseon dynasty in 1395, the palace served as the main seat of power until 1592 when it was destroyed by Japanese invaders. It wasn't until 1865 that Heungseon Daewongun rebuilt it, although he almost bankrupted the government in doing so. The two must-see sites in Gyeongbokgung are Geunjeongjeon and Gyeonghoeru. The former is the main palace building where kings would be crowned and the latter is a raised pavilion that was the site of lavish state banquets.
Originally a secondary palace, Changdeokgung became the primary palace following the destruction of Gyeongbokgung by the Japanese. A serene place to visit, Changdeokgung is one of Seoul's most impressive structures and features a beautiful surrounding area of woodlands and glades.
Another important historical building in Seoul is Deoksugung, a building that started life as an aristocratic villa before it was upgraded to palace status in 1593. Changgyeonggung, or The Palace of Flourishing Gladness, was first built in the 15th century and, like other palaces in Seoul, was destroyed by the Japanese both in the 16th century and in the 20th century. Of the surviving buildings the main hall, Myeongjeongjeon, is one of the most stunning.
Art and culture
Seoul has a vibrant modern arts scene and the city boasts some fantastic galleries to see both Korean and international work. Seoul Art Space Sindang is an excellent arcade space close to Jungang Market where you'll find work by 40 different up-and-coming artists. If you're looking for more established artists, the Opera Gallery is the premiere venue for cutting-edge works by well-known international artists. Avant-garde work can also be found at the Arko Art Centre, a trendy redbrick complex overlooking Marronnier Park.
The enormous Dongdaemun Market is an eclectic, sprawling hub where you'll find everything from fashionable handbags to musical instruments. You could easily spend a whole day fighting for bargains here and, as the market is open at night, you could easily spend a whole night here as well. If you'd prefer to do your shopping somewhere a little more sophisticated, D Cube City is a stylish shopping centre in the ex-industrial Guro area of the city. As well as boutique shops you'll also find the D Cube Arts Centre and a concert hall. For books you'll want to head to the Kyobo Bookshop where you'll find a range of English-language books while the Korean Craft and Design Foundation's gallery is the place to go for locally made jewellery and woodwork.
Away from the shops and markets, Seoul has some beautiful green areas. Seoul Grand Park is a vast space of land and is also the location of Seoul Zoo. Tapgol Park is the site of the Declaration of Independence against the Japanese in 1919 and features a ten-tier stone pagoda. The Olympic Park is an excellent place to enjoy a bike ride and the park includes over 200 sculptures designed by a team of international artists.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Seoul
What are the most booked hotels in Seoul?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Seoul are Hotel Prince Seoul, Courtyard by Marriott Seoul Times Square and Seoul Loft Apartments - SLA.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Seoul?The lowest price for a double room in Seoul is £9.
If I want to stay in the center of Seoul, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Seoul, you can consider staying at YOIDO HOTEL, Petra Hotel and Hotel Yaja Yeongdeungpo.
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