A Night in a Boutique Hotel - Korea Tourism Organization
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One of the most important factors of traveling maybe where you're spending the night. So, in order to enjoy your journey, make sure you choose the right place to spend the night. Here are six hanok-style hotels and boutique hotels for you. 

Myeong-dong’s Hotel 28 is the first hotel in Korea to become member of SLH, Small Luxury Hotels of the World. This cinema-inspired boutique hotel will offer unforgettable moments and memories. All rooms have goose down bedding, movie screenings and special exhibits are offered at the Cinematheque & Gallery, and its restaurant serves menus by YG Republic, a F&B brand of YG Entertainment. The uniquely yellow L7 Myeongdong is a boutique hotel operated by Lotte City Hotels. It features mountain view rooms that offer views of the Seoul Namsan Tower, and city view rooms that offer views of the streets of Myeong-dong, and there is also a rooftop bar on the 21st floor that offers spectacular nightscapes of the city. And for K-pop fans, there is a vending machine that sells limited edition hallyu star related items. 

Located in Jejudo Island, Playce Camp Jeju offers quality sleep and healthy meals to help you recharge after a long day of traveling. Offering various fun and cultural activities, it is ideal for active and outgoing travelers. Hound Hotel & Pub in Seomyeon, where the young people of Busan hang out in, has a rooftop pool villa that is fully equipped with an outdoor pool, a barbecue area, and an outdoor foot bath! 

 

IAlthough a bit different from the artsy and cozy boutique hotels, traditional hanok-style hotels also offer a unique experience. The Gyeong Won Jae Ambassador in the Songdo International Business District of Incheon is a 5-star hanok hotel. Traditional Korean style rooms are decorated with modern western-style furniture to better accommodate guests. Various traditional games like bow and arrow, and jegichagi (traditional hackysack) are offered at the yard. And O Dong Jae in Yeosu is a traditional hanok-style accommodation built using red clay and hanji (Korean traditional paper). For a great view, you should reserve an ocean view room. 

1. Hotel 28  COUPON 
13, Myeongdong 7-gil, Jung-gu, Seul
www.hotel28.co.kr 

2. L7 Myeongdong  COUPON 
137, Toegye-ro, Jung-gu, Seul
www.lottehotel.com/l7 

3. Playce Camp Jeju 
20, Dongnyuam-ro, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jejudo Island
www.playcegroup.com 

4. Hound Hotel & Pub 
10, Jungang-daero 691beonga-gil, Busanjin-gu, Busan
www.houndhotel.kr 

5. Gyeong Won Jae Ambassador 
200, Techno park-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
www.gyeongwonjae.ambatel.com 

6. O Dong Jae 
99, Bangnamhoe-gil, Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do
www.jnto.co.kr 

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