4 star hotels in South Korea

4 star hotel south koreaFour star hotels in South Korea are not difficult to come by but it is important to check what is available to make sure your stay is the best one.

Imperial Palace Hotel

Found in the heart of the Kangnam business and entertainment district this European-style hotel is around ten minutes away from the Korea World Trade Center, Olympic Stadium, Express Bus Terminal and Youngdong Shopping District therefore in an ideal location.

There is a large, temperature-controlled indoor pool, hot tub and for sports fans a squash court, aerobics studio and health club. There are a number of cuisines available at the hotel including Spanish and Japanese as well as a pub with live music, buffet restaurant, karaoke and bakery. Non-smoking floors are also available to stay on at the hotel.

Seoul Pullman Ambassador Changwon City

This hotel is renowned for its stunning rooms and its modern, fresh atmosphere found in the central business district of Changwon City. The hotel is next door to a huge shopping mall with Changwon Exhibition and Convention Centre located nearby as well as being close to the international airport and public transport. The rooms, created by ten different designers, all have large LCD televisions with Wi-Fi internet available and a relaxing rain shower in the bathroom. The hotel has a fabulous Japanese restaurant Sushiko which offers fine dining ensuring a memorable experience. It also has a pool and fitness centre.

Grand Ambassador Seoul

This stunning hotel offers gorgeous views of the capital city from every room and with six bars and restaurants provides a variety of first-class cuisine. The hotel also has an executive floor, lounge and modern health centre with hydrotherapy pool, spa, a golf range and gym. Located close to the business district the hotel is also within walking distance of Itaewon, Namdaemum and Dongdaemun markets and the museums, historic palaces and theatres of the city. There is also a fitness centre, indoor pool and spa available for guests.

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