"Nice place in a great location and a lot of extras"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 14, 2012
Room decour might look a little strange with antique look, but overlooking it, you get a clean room with a lot of anemities. Our crystal twin room included: kitchen with electric water kettle, rice cooker, 2 burner electric stove top, sink, & a combo washer/dryer unit. Cupboards had assortment of cups, plates, pots/pans, & some silverware, a decent size refrigerator & separate freezer, couple bottles of complimentary water, tea bags, & some instant coffee. Also couch, LCD TV, & free wifi access. Seems each room gets its own wireless router, so wifi was definitely fast enough even making VOIP calls to home without a hitch. Beds were clean, comfortable, & maid service cleaned our rooms everyday (one reviewer mention they don't do Sunday which was not our case). Gym is not much; few treadmills, a bench press machine that uses free weights (maybe 200lbs at most), a standard lat pulldown machine, leg extension machine, a dumbbell rack, and a bench. You can get a decent upper body workout; not too good for legs; warning the gym buffs just in case! Location is great; very close to Gangnam subway station; closest exit to the hotel is #5. After that, just a few short blocks walk to hotel. Neighborhood is great; walking distance to the nightlife district. Walked to a club called Coyote Mix (sign written in Korean though). Almost all young Korean people & only played Korean pop, but a decent place to hang out & fun to be in the atmosphere. Would definitely stay at this hotel again!