4.0 IP Boutique Hotel Seoul

Imperial Palace Boutique Hotel, Seoul

New York Times

“The IP Boutique Hotel is conveniently situated in Itaewon. It has a colorful facade that matches the 132 comfortable rooms within: think lots of white with splashes of Pop color.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Seoul.

$ 107 $ 107 $ 107 $ 107
4.4 Park Hyatt Seoul

Hotel Park Hyatt, Seoul

New York Times

“The 185-room Park Hyatt Seoul occupies a 24 -story glass-and-steel building in the central Gangnam district. Floor-to-ceiling windows, warm wood finishes and granite baths outfit its spacious, modern rooms.”

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$ 316 $ 316 $ 316 $ 316
4.1 Ibis Ambassador Seoul

Hotel Ibis Ambassador Myeongdong, Seoul

CNN

“Among budget hotels, the Ibis Myeongdong’s selling point is location. The hotel itself is basic, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. There’s nothing lacking; the 280 rooms are clean and have free Wi-Fi.”

$ 96 $ 96 $ 96 $ 96
4.4 Westin Chosun Seoul

The Westin Chosun Hotel, Seoul

CNN

“The recently renovated Westin Chosun has Seoul’s best location for the business traveler or first-time visitor. The Lotte Department Store and Myeong-dong shopping district are a few steps away, as is the Euljiro-1-ga subway station.”

$ 236 $ 236 $ 236 $ 236
4.5 Shilla Hotel Seoul

Hotel The Shilla, Seoul

CNN

“One of the fanciest, if not the fanciest hotel in South Korea, The Shilla has the prices and luxurious details to prove it. The luxury hotel is now one of the few in Seoul that actually houses a high-end Korean restaurant, La Yeon.”

$ 261 $ 261 $ 261 $ 261
4.4 Amass Hotel Seoul

AMASS Hotel Insadong, Seoul

New York Times

“Also relatively new, the 30-room Amass Hotel boasts an open-air rooftop bar with glowing LED seating and views of Changdeokgung Palace across the street. The rooms have a spare, black-and-white theme, and in the basement is a gallery showing local artists’ works.”

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$ 61 $ 61 $ 61 $ 61
4.4 Glad Hotel Seoul

GLAD Hotel Yeouido, Seoul

New York Times

“Opened in late 2014, the 319-room GLAD Hotel may be in the Yeouido financial center, but this is no staid business hotel. Built by designer Suyong Joh’s Seoul-based firm, the hotel has a textural brick façade reminiscent of a traditional Korean home, park-like benches in the halls and quotes by Eleanor Roosevelt above the beds.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Seoul.

$ 102 $ 102 $ 102 $ 102