5 star hotels in South Korea

5 star hotel south koreaSouth Korea is filled with luxurious hotels that not only provide a comfortable stay but include special modern amenities with first class customer service.

Lotte Hotel Seoul

This hotel is found in the heart of downtown Seoul and has in the past welcomed a host of dignitaries and celebrities. It has a fitness centre filled with amenities including indoor pool, sauna, exercise equipment, massage treatments as well as salon and barber services. There are 17 restaurants and bars available with a range of cuisines including Korean, Japanese, Chinese and European options also with a wine bar and cocktail bar. The hotel has a business centre, duty-free shops and concierge services. The Ulchiro Station subway stop is only a short walk from the hotel so it is easy to reach any destination.

Banyan Tree Club and Spa Seoul

Why not escape from the hectic pace of the city by relaxing at this hotel with its fabulous spa facility. Only ten minutes from downtown Seoul it is found in the heart of the capital. The hotel has amazing views of Namsan Park and Han River offering a sanctuary for travellers after a hard day sight-seeing or on business. There are many outdoor activities available including a golf range, tennis, outdoor pool and several sophisticated cuisines at one of the many restaurants and bars. This is a hotel ultimately designed for those looking for a tranquil break from the world and its surrounding natural beauty makes this a special trip.

The Shilla Seoul

This hotel is perfectly located between the financial and IT districts of the vibrant capital city of Seoul. It is ideal for conferences where business customers can hold gala dinners and state functions. The Shilla Seoul is also the first hotel to be officially designated as an environmentally-friendly hotel in 2001. There is delicious cuisine available in the form of Asian and European dining in the hotel’s restaurants and a spa with a sauna and beauty salon available to relax guests after a hard day spent in the city.

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