Park Hyatt Seoul5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I have stayed in this property many times and consistently the hotel exceeds my expectations every time I do. The little extra they do like remembering my name and preferences make all the whole of difference.
I was staying there since 27-30 OCT this was not my first time staying in at Park Hyatt Seoul, Park Hyatt Seoul and Park Hyatt Busan is always my first choice even I'm a Gold Ambassador of Intercontinental Group. My recently visit was different than usual to be honest. I was checking in around 5PM but the room was not ready until 7PM which the front desk told me it would take only 10-15 mins. After I finally make it to the room, the light near by the door was broken. the USB charger in the room was broken as well. the curtain which is the most attract spot of the hotel was not even working properly. After a night of staying there. the lamp is broken and I have to leave the room just for the maintenance. In the morning I had a breakfast at Cornerstone I found hair in my breakfast. Imagine all of that in 3 nights and Is it worth paying just to be staying in the place like this. I recommended the improvement must be taken here. The room I stayed was 1106
Room quality is good. Bathroom good Comfortable zen modern style interior City view But the restaurant, Conner stone' in the 1st floor I hate. We ordered the seafood plate. It was terrible Not fresh. Bad smells.
I have Hyatt status and generally try to stay in Hyatts whenever possible, but whenever I have the chance to check out a new Park Hyatt, it's something special! The Park Hyatt Seoul exceeded all expectations, making it my favorite stay at an Asian Park Hyatt, ever. I tweeted Hyatt's conceirge a week ahead of time to let them know that my flight would be arriving early in the morning and to request an early check-in. When I arrived at the hotel around 11:00am, they were expecting me. Plus, they had arranged for a deluxe room upgrade, featuring a soaking tub, giant stone bathroom wall with a rainfall shower, and a huge floor-to-ceiling windowed wall with views out over downtown Seoul. The room was incredible! I also enjoyed an early morning swim in the infinity pool, with views out over the city. I was the only one there early in the morning and it was very relaxing. The hotel's fitness room was very well-equipped as well. Despite an early check-in, the staff was eager to give me a late check-out as well. They tried to help me find a sports bar to watch an American football game (to no avail... I blame myself for trying to watch a football game at 9:00am on a weekday in Korea). The only (small) disappointment that I had in my stay came when I stepped out for dinner and requested turn-down service. When I arrived back to the hotel, my room hadn't been made up. Not the end of the world, but something that could be expected at a five-star accommodation such as this.
There are so many great reviews that I need not go to deep into what is great. Here is a brief list of what I really liked: Big beautiful rooms, well designed and modern Beautiful bathroom and great shower and tub with full city views AC, lighting, plugs and fridge with room for my stuff all worked great Friendly staff and great housekeeping. Super clean all the way round. Views. On the 20th floor overlooking CBD (Coex) beyond amazingly great Great check in, friendly and helpful. Really well trained and super friendly Elevators are weird and confusing to go down to go up, but they are fast and clean Here is what you need to be AWARE of bigtime: Noise. Noise and more Noise. Traffic in this monster intersection is in bed with you. The motorcycles are super loud. The police whistles and the traffic are endless and there is no sound proofing. Earplugs did not work. Loud music did not work. Sleeping pills helped, but not perfect for an entire night. Construction or pounding: at 4:30am every morning a “steel” like pounding awoke me and never stopped. At first I thought it was construction, but it happened every day. Ice: I ordered ice (no machines) but it rarely gets delivered without two calls. I went down to lounge and they gladly filled the bucket for me. Americans like ice, lots of ice. They are not excited about getting the guest ice. (Employees turned down tips too, they are not expected for the most part) Pool: not a nice pool for sitting, Hard chairs very super uncomfortable, unfriendly attendant. Pool is a lap pool. Super clean but when I was in there a Mainlander (enough on that) was in there and spit several times in the pool and was clearing his nose and more; so gross I just got out and left. More about what I liked: Starbucks is in several locations next to this hotel. So enjoy coffee and breakfast for a few bucks, get great internet and people watching is good. The mall is across the street and the MRT/subway is just awesome and right at the front door. My favorite is to get a ticket for three stops at Gangnam (8 minutes) Exit 9 or 10 (huge SBUX there too) but walk the Gangnam streets for endless eats and action. What a great place. All so close. The service at the hotel is excellent, the great taxi to the bus for airport is appreciated and overall just a great visit. The noise problem is the entire side of the hotel, it is real, it is super disturbing and the rooms on the other side ( they could only give me floor 6) look over a parking lot and very depressing compared to what I had (so I kept my 20th floor room and just did not sleep so well). Meanwhile, a high room on the other side may be pretty good and quiet. This is a BIG issue at this wonderful place.
The location is perfect, subway underground and mall across the street. Even a supermarket in the basement of the mall. Lots of local restaurants around the area and easy to go to Suseo station by Taxi. Perfect for business and personal visits.
it is a luxury and very private hotel for a business trip. Located near by shopping center and right next to subway station connecting to the entire Seoul. Kind staff. This was my third visit within 5 yrs. Awesome night city view thru all glass window
From the moment I arrive till the moment I board the taxi to leave for airport; I felt I was carefully and preciously taken care of with details, courtesy and respect. There is not a "no" I heard of during my time in Park Hyatt. I was able to eat, sleep and connect well due to all the smooth services. I highly recommend for all of the traveller and will definitely come back!
The room we had was beautiful. The lounge was beautiful. Most of the workers spoke fluent English. One thing to note is that you have to go up to the top floor to get to the lobby and then change elevators to get to the rooms, so you must do this every time you leave and come back to the hotel.
Amazing property. We took an airport limo bus from the airport which dropped us diagonally opposite the hotel. Check in was seamless and it was a much appreciated bonus that they allowed us to check in early. Loved the room, lobby, lounge and the gym. Breakfast was ok, nothing special as with most 5 star hotels. The concierge was very helpful with recommendations and the front desk will always manage to get us a taxi. Location wise, it's right next to Coex mall so lots of food and shopping options with a subway station within reach (although we mostly took taxis).
- Steps from COEX Mall
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in COEX, Park Hyatt Seoul is adjacent to COEX Mall. This 185-room, 5-star hotel has private in-room spa tubs along with a full-service spa and an indoor pool. Located centrally in Seoul, it's also close to COEX Convention and Exhibition Center and Bongeunsa Temple.
Enjoy dining at Cornerstone, one of 4 onsite restaurants. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the hotel and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.
All 185 air-conditioned rooms feature private spa tubs, iPod docks, and refrigerators. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and DVD players. Beds sport premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers are also available.
Park Hyatt Seoul features a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a health club. Valet parking is KRW 15000 per night if you plan to drive, or hop aboard the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for KRW 16000 per person one way. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a spa tub, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.
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90% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1254 reviews