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Kensington Hotel Yoido Star Rating 3.5        
16, Gukhoe-Daero 76-Gil

This upscale New York-themed hotel is a 9-minute walk from the Han River and a 31-minute bus trip from the 14th-century palace, Gyeongbokgung.Modern rooms with subdued decor offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, as well as bottled water and tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms have dramatic minimalist decor and club lounge access.
Imperial Palace Seoul Star Rating 5        
640, Eonju-ro

Imperial Palace Hotel is one of the most prestigious 5-star hotels in Seoul, South Korea's capital, which is a hi-tech ultra modern city with gleaming sky scrappers, commercial centers and shopping plazas. Located 10km away from downtown Seoul and 27km away from the international airport, the hotel rooms are beautifully decorated and luxuriously furnished. Rooms come equipped with air conditioning, TV, fridge, mini bar and 24-hour room service.
Prime in Seoul Hotel Star Rating 3        
816, Tongil-ro

The hotel is located near by Yeonsinnae Subway station (Line No. 3 & 6), approximately 8km from the city center, 20km from KINTEX, around 15 minutes from Gyeongbokgung royal palace and Seoul World Cup Stadium by subway, Bulgwang Catholic Church and Bulgwang Distance Bus Terminal nearby. The standard double rooms are approximately 24 square meter in modern style and very comfortable with wide T.
Mate Hotel Seoul Star Rating 3        
72, Gomdallae-ro

This polished hotel is 48 minutes from the Seoul Trickeye Museum by bus and 31 minutes from the Yeouido business district by bus. The Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market is 35 minutes away by bus.Sleek, modern rooms offer free Wi-Fi, TVs, computers and air-conditioning.
Hotel Pagoda Seoul Star Rating 3        
547, Eonju-ro

The La Mir Hotel is located in Seoul making it one of the best hotels to stay at while in town. The La Mir Hotel boasts a convenient location with modern amenities in every guestroom and superb service. All of the guestrooms are replete with air conditioning, bathrobes, desk, hair dryer, internet access, ironing board, television, television LCD/plasma screen.
Hotel Mare Seoul Star Rating 3        
341, Cheonho-daero

This comfortable motel in Seoul offers complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as valet parking and a coffee bar. It also features a 24-hour business centre, 24-hour room service and porters.The modern rooms are air conditioned and offer movies-on-demand, a mini bar and bottled water.
Hotel Golden Castle Star Rating 1        
212, Bongeunsa-ro

Golden Castle Hotel is located in center of Seoul, 70mins away from Incheon International Airport, 20mins away from COEX International business center. We offer the best hospitality and service to all guest. Our hotel is a suitable for business travelers and tourists who are looking for budget rates as well as good location.
Seoul Guest House        

The Seoul Guest House is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Seoul. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Each guestroom has non smoking rooms, air conditioning, hair dryer, internet access (wireless), internet access.
Hotel Mare Gangnam Star Rating 2        
409, Bongeunsa-ro

Located amongst a variety of well-known attractions, boutiques and eateries, Hotel Mare Gangnam is ideal for guests wanting to discover Seoul and its surroundings. It also offers valet parking, 24-hour room service and an express check-in and check-out feature.This motel features rooms with an en suite bathroom, air conditioning and a TV.
Hotel Chocolate Seoul Star Rating 2        
15, Teheran-ro 2-gil

Chocolate Hotel Gangnam-gu Seoul offers a peaceful setting when in Seoul. It is ideally located for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.There are a range of facilities available to guests of the motel, including a 24-hour reception, luggage storage and valet parking.
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Seoul is one of the most densely populated metropolises on earth, with over 10 million residents, yet it has somehow successfully integrated the old buildings from its past with the new and modern skyline of a growing global city. This city is loud and bustling, with lines of cars and throngs of people. Brightly illuminated lighting lines the streets, and yet in the middle of all this chaos, it is possible to find stillness, to a retreat to a quiet oasis in one of the numerous parks or temples. One such place is Bongeunsa Temple, in the heart of the city. The delicate woodwork of the buildings combined with the absolute peace of the Buddhist temple make this place special. Add the magic of the red lanterns dotted through the grounds at night, or the pretty cherry blossoms in spring, and it is easy to see why this spot is so popular. Seoul is the cultural heart of South Korea, with an abundance of museums and theatres. Seoul also has over 40 top universities, proof of the inexhaustible obsession with education and the social status it brings.

Korean relationships are complicated by social hierarchy, and the concept of losing face is integral to Korean hierarchy. Koreans always show utmost respect to each other and can seem to be overly pleasant, in order to avoid potential disagreements which may lead to losing face. The curious facts about the King's Palaces make a history trip around Seoul all the more interesting. The Palace of Shining Happiness was the first royal residence built, in the late 1300s. In the late 1800s, the royal family relocated to the Palace of Virtuous Longevity, and around the same time, an extension was built to The Palace of Shining Happiness, which was called the Palace of Prospering Virtue. This has now been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List and is well worth a visit. The Secret Garden of Biwon is also worth seeing.

If you fancy a bit of traditional food, try Wonjo WonHalmae Dakhanmari. In a back lane, it is not the easiest to find but that is exactly what makes this a hidden gem. The clientele is mostly locals, many of which come here for a nice hot chicken broth. Though they speak little English, communication is made easier with illustrative pictures and gestures. If Korean food is not your thing, then all other tastes are of course catered for elsewhere, including Indian, French and American cuisines. During your stay, treat yourself to a leather jacket, belt, wallet or bag. Anything made of leather is a Seoul speciality. A traditional drink is Geumsan Insamju, a rice wine which is made from a 600 year old recipe. As night falls, head to one of the tiny underground venues in Hongkik, which is a well-known hotspot for live indie music. Seoul is a representation of a true rags to riches story, in every aspect of life and culture it is a fascinating melange of old and new, where East meets West.