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Luxury Hotels in Seoul

    Four Seasons Hotel Seoul
    The Shilla Seoul
    Lotte Hotel Seoul

Pet Friendly Seoul Hotels

    Aloft Seoul Gangnam
    A-na Hotel
    Apple Tree Guest house

Seoul hotels

Seoul is South Korea's modern and world-class capital city. As a global center for international businesses and banks, there is an exceptional pride in the contemporary urban life as well as conservative roots. Seoul hotels are varied in location and style, with modern amenities available as well as traditional Korean guesthouses. This metropolis attracts visitors from around the world with its history, unique shopping experiences, and special attractions. A center for world-class Korean music, arts, and cinema, Seoul is inviting for all lovers of Asian culture. Hotels in Seoul are available for all budgets, from luxurious amenities for the ultra-rich, to comfortable budget backpackers' hotels.

Seoul Quick Picks and Tips
Conventions

As a global business metropolis, Seoul has many convention centers, with the COEX Center as the largest venue, situated in a complex with hotels, a cinema, aquarium, and the COEX Mall.

Dining

Sadonmyenok is a reputable soup and dumpling jointthat offers generous helpings of tasty Korean food for very budget-friendly prices.

Major Point of Interest

Ancient Gyeongbokgung Palace, dating back to the 14th century and currently being restored, is one of the most remarkable architectural wonders in South Korea, perfectly representative of the symmetry, balance, and exceptional aesthetic predominant in Korean traditional buildings.

Shopping

Dongdaemun Market is the largest shopping center in Seoul, brimming with Hanbok shops, food stalls, electronics boutiques, and specialty vendors who are frequently open 24 hours a day.

Sports

Since taekwondo is the national sport of Korea, Seoul is an excellent place to learn the martial art, at one of the many academies and organizations available for locals and westerners.

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