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Arts and culture in Daejeon

While getting to know Daejeon, tour the exhibits at Currency Museum to get your culture fix.

Daejeon is the home of Information and Communications University.


Getting to Daejeon

The most direct path to Daejeonis through Cheongju International Airport and Seongmu Airport.


Getting to Daejeon

The most direct path to Daejeonis through Cheongju International Airport and Seongmu Airport.


Arts and culture in Daejeon

While getting to know Daejeon, tour the exhibits at Currency Museum to get your culture fix.

Daejeon is the home of Information and Communications University.


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5.0

Lotte City Hotel Daejeon

Lotte City Hotel, Daejon

It is really a good, clean hotel and staffs are also really kind. Strongly recommend to stay at this hotel if you plan to visit to Daejon, Korea.

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4 weeks ago

3.0

Hotel Riviera Yuseong

best in the area

I have stayed for many years at this hotel. They have remolded a few years back. Main problem is they do not keep up with the maintenance.

A verified traveler

9 months ago

4.0

Grand Plaza Cheongju

Wonderful hotel

This is a very nice hotel and I enjoyed my stay very much. The Cons: -The location is a bit far from anything to do in Cheongju (20-30 minute taxi to the bus terminal/downtown, 15 minutes from the college bar/club area), and costs about 10,000won one way (which isn't a problem if you're splitting costs). You can take a city bus pretty easily, but still tack on lots of more time. -The first night (Friday) which I stayed, I wanted to relax and hit the Sky Lounge bar, so around 11:30/12am I went and it was closed. The next day I checked it out, and cocktails are 10,000won+, kinda steep. -You have to pay extra if you want to use any of their facilities: pool (11,000won for hotel guests and 22,000 for non-hotel guests), workout equipment, breakfast (18,000 won for guests.. :-\) The cost to stay at the hotel is much more expensive if done in person, so be sure to check out a room online! The Pros: - The hotel is SO clean and I slept incredibly well. - The entire staff was so nice. - The entrance hall is amazing and beautiful. Huge open area (however it does look rather empty, as not a lot of people stay at this hotel.. you can easily tell) The staff is super friendly and the entire weekend was a great experience. I think next time, however, I will go with a cheaper hotel and use the extra money on going out.

A verified traveler

4 years ago

4.0

Hotel Graytone Dunsan

Urban hotel with sounds from the country

My garden suite room on the top floor didn't match the photo. Two thirds of the floor space is a rooftop garden. My kids would have loved it, but was traveling alone and with temps around 50F, it was not very useable. The room also provided authentic sounds of the country - someone nearby was keeping roosters and, even with the windows closed, their crowing could be heard starting around 3 AM each morning. Friends on lower floors could not hear them. Room was very clean and pleasant. Just note that "bathroom" button on wall-mounted light switch panel turns on and off hot water heater, not bathroom lights. Endured a cold shower before I figured that one out.

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1 year ago