Very close to the station and pier. The hotel is architected like a temple from the outside. Rooms... See full review
Nov 2, 2012
Commodore Hotel Busan
Commodore Hotel Busan was a great place to stay. I would recommend the hotel to those that want to... See full review
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Jul 26, 2010
The Hotel with the most Korean taste, Commodore Hotel Busan invite you to Busan. Panoramic views of beautiful Busan Port at night. The harmony of traditional Korean beauty and modern sophistication Commodore Hotel in Busan offers all the comforts of home. Commodore means the commander of a fleet, or Navy Admiral. It symbolized the General Yi Soon-without who is believed to protect the maritime city of Busan. would like to formalizing the Admiral's image who leads the fleet in Busan protecting you."Ballroom, Banquet facilities, Bar, Business center, Concierge, Conference facilities, Currency exchange, Disabled facilities, Dry cleaning, Gift shop, Gym / Fitness facilities, Internet access-High-Speed, Laundry service, Lift / Elevator, Non-smoking rooms, Reception, Restaurant, Room service -24 hrs, Safe deposit box, Swimming pool-indoor and Tour desk. Korean Passport holder has to pay additional 10% TAX on the spot.
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The bedding option for room is one double or one twin bed. Room offers Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bathrobe, Bathroom amenities, Bathroom amenities, Color TV, Ensuite / Private bathroom, Hairdryer, Heating, Internet access, Kettle, Laundry service, Mini bar, Modem / data port connection, Non-smoking rooms, Non-smoking rooms, Radio, Refrigerator, Room service, Safe in room, Tea and coffee making facilities and Telephone.
Nearby points of interest
Jagalchi Market: 5.4 mi
Viking is a buffet restaurant where customers can enjoy different foods from around the world, is particularly famous for its grill where chefs will cook your order on the spot using only the freshest of ingredients.Western restaurant Admiral Yi is a western-style restaurant that offers a new chefs recommendation every month. In Hangukgwan, guests can try Korean jang (paste) prepared right here at the hotel and savor the best services. Guests can also relax and enjoy different cocktails and music at lobby lounge, the year of the horse.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
Good Hotel, friendly attention, food okay, rooms clean.
very poor: internet. no WiFi on the room, fluctating, unreliable internet through cable. During the night internet on the room is NOT working at all. At 07:00 AM somebody "turns on" the
internet for the day.
Incredible that a hotel like this, with mainly business guests, doesnot have WiFi in all the hotel.
While claiming at the reception the poor internet I was recommended to come to the lobby; unfortunately and due to time difference I have to communicate with different countries/continents overnight. No very confortable to go to the lobby at 3 AM to send/receive emails.
This was not a five star hotel by any means. The lobby area was pleasant enough. The bellmen were on their posts and helpful.
The carpet in my room had been pieced together in at least two spots. The hand held shower head had two brackets. The
lower one was obviously to hold the shower head. The top one when the shower head was placed in it, sprayed the opposite wall and there was no way for the shower head to be placed in it and actually take a shower. While I understand the need to conserve water, directions for using the shower head would have been nice. You could barely get wet before it was shutting off.
I ate in the buffet downstairs the first night. There were fruit flies flying all over and in the food. The second day, I ordered food from the bar. There was a sign posted in English that said 20% off takeout orders. I ordered my food to go, and was told that I had to order room service if I wanted my food to go. I asked about the sign that was posted at the entrance. In Hangul, it apparently said beverages to go, not food to go. Sign should have been clearer.
The day I was checking out, I asked for my receipt for my room charge. I was told that I could not have it. I asked why not and was told that room rates were "secret" and I could not have a receipt. Completely asinine in my opinion.
I travel at least four times a year and this was the worst value for my dollar. If I am charged Motel 6 prices, then I expect Motel 6 service. If I am charged 5 star hotel prices, then I expect 5 star hotel service. This was sorely lacking.