I read the reviews on this hotel before I went and it sounds pretty good, other than the breakfast... See full review
Oct 11, 2010
Located in the Heart of Incheon Business Area
Complimentary In-Room Coffee and Tea
In-Room Safe Executive Room
High Speed Internet Access
Remote Control, Color TV with Cable/Satellite
2 Line Phone and Data Port
Complimentary Bottled Water
Individual Air Conditioning/Heat Control
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I read the reviews on this hotel before I went and it sounds pretty good, other than the breakfast that was overpriced but there were some mixed reviews too. We figured we'd try it. When we walked in, the hotel looked very nice, clean and upscale
then we checked in. They didn't have the room we reserved. They gave us a room they said was "almost same". Since we reserved a king and they gave us a double & a twin I asked for a discount. They gave us the runaround and eventually agreed to free breakfast. Then we got to the room. It wasn't bad but the mini bar was ridiculously overpriced and the room was really hot. Turns out the A/C was out in the hotel. They gave a us a fan for the room- with a timer. We had to turn it back on every hour or so. It was miserable. The next day we went for breakfast with our voucher and they told us it was only for one person. The other person had to pay W40,000. Then they called the front desk and told us the voucher was for any meal OTHER than breakfast. We were so fed up, we just checked out and left. The hotel had the prices and attitude of an upscale place but the service and amenities of any common motel.