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The room was very functional, and has almost everything that I would expect from a five-star hotel. The staff was kind and their service was very good. The Happy Hour in the club lounge was better than I had expected: not a variety but a good selection of food and drinks. Lastly, the city view was amazing, even in the sauna of the fitness center.

This hotel is new and the facilities are fantastic. I swam in their indoor pool with is highrise view of the city. It is located right at ShinDorim metro station and very convenient to get to any part of Seoul. Also, the mall has great fool court area and is located by the techno mart (E-mart) where I got my diet cokes. West of the Techno mart are local restaurants that are excellent and valued prices.

Just the check in is a fantastic experience, you can have a great views of Seoul from its 41st floor lobby. Rooms are quite large and spacious with all the amenities you need for a confortable stay. Restaurant Feast is located at the same floor of the lobby and offers contemporary cuisine with an interactive open kitchen. Pretty expensive.

D-Cube is located at the Sindorim stop on the Seoul Metro line, a junction of the Green and Dark Blue lines. The subway station is conveniently located in the basement of the hotel. Those two lines can get you within walking distance of just about anywhere you want to go downtown within a 20-30 min Metro ride. The location of the hotel along with the D-Cube shopping center is a real plus. Levels B-1 and B-2 of the shopping center are food courts which have a wide array of choices (American food like Taco Bell and McDonald's; Korean restaurants, tea-house style dining). Other levels of D-Cube have more upscale restaurants (Italian, TGI Fridays, etc.). Everything we ate there over the course of a week was of excellent quality and taste. Credit is accepted everywhere. The D-Cube does not open until 11am, so you can't do breakfast in there. There are plenty of shops on the other side of the street (accessible by underpass in the basement) which open early. There is a "Home Mart" (think: Korean Target) just across the street, so anything you forgot or need to pick up, just head over there. (e.g., We printed several pictures in the 1-hour photo section at Home Mart.) The D-Cube City also has a Pororo theme park (great for little kids) on the floor 4F. The hotel itself is very nice. The lobby is on the 41st floor, then you switch elevator banks and go *down* to your room from there. That took some getting used to, but it's neat to see the view from the lobby every day. The hotel is generally spotless. Staff are exceptional. Our room had two double beds ("two twins"), large flat TV, marble finished bathroom with steam sauna. Very nice room overall. Beds were comfortable, pillows were acceptable. Overall, the room was nice, but not out of the ordinary. Three nits to pick: 1) We asked for a non-smoking room, but it was clear that someone had smoked in the toilet area. I just reeked of cigarette smoke. I mentioned it to the concierge, and they came and did an extra bathroom cleaning and put an air purifier in our room. That helped, but the smell was already in the wallpaper. It was confined to the bathroom -- only in the toilet area. 2) Everything at the hotel is obscenely expensive. Like 65000 won (~$60) for the dinner buffet. ~$30 for breakfast buffet. Room service is outrageous (~$20 for a hamburger?). Fortunately, with D-Cube just downstairs, you never have to eat in the hotel. 3) The "internet lounge" is an area in the lobby, set aside with four terminals. The terminals are kiosk-type systems, integrated all into large-screen monitors. They would be very nice, except that they have very flaky Microsoft kiosk software loaded on them. The software does not allow the user to interface to other hardware or storage devices. So if you want to blog about your day of sightseeing, or post pictures to facebook from your camera's SD card, don't bother trying. If you do try to put your SD card in the slot, the software will lock up or go flaky, and require reboot. There are ways around for savvy users (e.g., reboot the system, but don't actually start up the kiosk shell software -- stay in the native Windows7 OS), but average users will be frustrated. If all you want to do is work your gmail or read the news, it's ok. Just make sure you know how to switch languages on the browser or your web application of choice -- it was often in Korean or German when we got there. We did not have a chance to use the pool, spa, or workout room, but walking through them, they looked quite nice. Overall pros: Location, proximity to food / shopping / amenities, Metro access, cleanliness / quality. Overall cons: Rather spendy (but typically priced for this quality of hotel). Great hotel, will stay there again when in Seoul.

The hotel is new and is part of a mega mall. Transport is very convenient as the hotel is close to 2 metro lines. Also the transport to Incheon Airport is easy. I recommend the buffet restaurant at 42° floor.

662, Gyeongin-ro, Guro-gu Seoul Seoul

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located in Guro, Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel is adjacent to D-Cube City with other popular attractions like Gocheok Sky Dome within a couple of miles (3 km). This 5-star hotel has 269 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. It's connected to a shopping center in central Seoul and also close to Mario Outlet.


Dining

This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a buffet restaurant that specializes in international cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Local cuisine breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM.


Rooms

All 269 rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers. 41-inch LCD TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, slippers, and bathrobes. Free bottled water, laptop-compatible safes, and phones are also available.


Property features

At Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. You can take advantage of free parking, along with limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage, concierge services, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and a conference center.

Room options

Club Room, 1 King Bed, City View, Corner

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Executive Suite, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking, City View

1 King Bed | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed, City View, Corner

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Club Room, 2 Double Beds, Non Smoking

2 Double Beds | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel

Everyone (2) Business (1) Couples (1) Other (2)
5
Everyone

By on Feb 4, 2019

Review comment responded on Apr 3, 2019

Thank you for staying at Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel! We appreciate for your feedback!

5
Everyone

The room was very functional, and has almost everything that I would expect from a five-star hotel. The staff was kind and their service was very good. The Happy Hour in the club lounge was better than I had expected: not a variety but a good selection of food and drinks. Lastly, the city view was amazing, even in the sauna of the fitness center.

By , from Seoul, Korea on Sep 4, 2018

Review comment responded on Sep 17, 2018

First and foremost, thank you for choosing Sheraton Seoul D Cube City as your recent accommodation and leave positive feedback for us! Your comments have been shared with our staff, and our staff will continuosly work for the improvement based on your comments. We will look forward to welcoming you here at Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel!

5

best stay

Business

This hotel is new and the facilities are fantastic. I swam in their indoor pool with is highrise view of the city. It is located right at ShinDorim metro station and very convenient to get to any part of Seoul. Also, the mall has great fool court area and is located by the techno mart (E-mart) where I got my diet cokes. West of the Techno mart are local restaurants that are excellent and valued prices.

By on Jan 17, 2013

5

perfect stay in seoul

Other

Just the check in is a fantastic experience, you can have a great views of Seoul from its 41st floor lobby. Rooms are quite large and spacious with all the amenities you need for a confortable stay. Restaurant Feast is located at the same floor of the lobby and offers contemporary cuisine with an interactive open kitchen. Pretty expensive.

By on Sep 1, 2012

4

very convenient subway access; great food very close

Couples

D-Cube is located at the Sindorim stop on the Seoul Metro line, a junction of the Green and Dark Blue lines. The subway station is conveniently located in the basement of the hotel. Those two lines can get you within walking distance of just about anywhere you want to go downtown within a 20-30 min Metro ride. The location of the hotel along with the D-Cube shopping center is a real plus. Levels B-1 and B-2 of the shopping center are food courts which have a wide array of choices (American food like Taco Bell and McDonald's; Korean restaurants, tea-house style dining). Other levels of D-Cube have more upscale restaurants (Italian, TGI Fridays, etc.). Everything we ate there over the course of a week was of excellent quality and taste. Credit is accepted everywhere. The D-Cube does not open until 11am, so you can't do breakfast in there. There are plenty of shops on the other side of the street (accessible by underpass in the basement) which open early. There is a "Home Mart" (think: Korean Target) just across the street, so anything you forgot or need to pick up, just head over there. (e.g., We printed several pictures in the 1-hour photo section at Home Mart.) The D-Cube City also has a Pororo theme park (great for little kids) on the floor 4F. The hotel itself is very nice. The lobby is on the 41st floor, then you switch elevator banks and go *down* to your room from there. That took some getting used to, but it's neat to see the view from the lobby every day. The hotel is generally spotless. Staff are exceptional. Our room had two double beds ("two twins"), large flat TV, marble finished bathroom with steam sauna. Very nice room overall. Beds were comfortable, pillows were acceptable. Overall, the room was nice, but not out of the ordinary. Three nits to pick: 1) We asked for a non-smoking room, but it was clear that someone had smoked in the toilet area. I just reeked of cigarette smoke. I mentioned it to the concierge, and they came and did an extra bathroom cleaning and put an air purifier in our room. That helped, but the smell was already in the wallpaper. It was confined to the bathroom -- only in the toilet area. 2) Everything at the hotel is obscenely expensive. Like 65000 won (~$60) for the dinner buffet. ~$30 for breakfast buffet. Room service is outrageous (~$20 for a hamburger?). Fortunately, with D-Cube just downstairs, you never have to eat in the hotel. 3) The "internet lounge" is an area in the lobby, set aside with four terminals. The terminals are kiosk-type systems, integrated all into large-screen monitors. They would be very nice, except that they have very flaky Microsoft kiosk software loaded on them. The software does not allow the user to interface to other hardware or storage devices. So if you want to blog about your day of sightseeing, or post pictures to facebook from your camera's SD card, don't bother trying. If you do try to put your SD card in the slot, the software will lock up or go flaky, and require reboot. There are ways around for savvy users (e.g., reboot the system, but don't actually start up the kiosk shell software -- stay in the native Windows7 OS), but average users will be frustrated. If all you want to do is work your gmail or read the news, it's ok. Just make sure you know how to switch languages on the browser or your web application of choice -- it was often in Korean or German when we got there. We did not have a chance to use the pool, spa, or workout room, but walking through them, they looked quite nice. Overall pros: Location, proximity to food / shopping / amenities, Metro access, cleanliness / quality. Overall cons: Rather spendy (but typically priced for this quality of hotel). Great hotel, will stay there again when in Seoul.

By on Jun 6, 2012

5

fantastic experience in seoul

Other

The hotel is new and is part of a mega mall. Transport is very convenient as the hotel is close to 2 metro lines. Also the transport to Incheon Airport is easy. I recommend the buffet restaurant at 42° floor.

By on Apr 24, 2012

Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel

662, Gyeongin-ro, Guro-gu, Seoul, Seoul 152-887
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