Noble Tourist Hotel

Noble Tourist Hotel

13-3, Yulgok-ro 6-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul 03131 South Korea
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Noble Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Seoul, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Close to some of Seoul's most popular landmarks, such as Cheonggyecheon Stream (0.6 mi) and Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) (1.3 mi), Noble Hotel is a great destination for tourists.

Rooms at Noble Hotel offer air conditioning and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

If you like cafes, Noble Hotel is conveniently located near Blind Alley, Sulbing Myeongdong 1st, and Cha Masineun Tteul.

There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Changdeokgung Palace, Namsan Park, and Seoul Children's Grand Park.

Enjoy your stay in Seoul!

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13-3, Yulgok-ro 6-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul 03131 South Korea
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Turtleducks wrote a review May 2022
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The location is so great, right in the middle of Seoul, surrounded by popular districts such as Myeongdong, Dongdaemun and pretty close to Hongdae too. Gangnam is relatively close as well. (I remember traveling approximately for 30 minutes by subway to most places. Tops 40 minutes, sometimes only 20. Which is not long at all in such a huge city.)

In the area itself, the palaces and Insa-dong (popular place for tourists where they sell traditional items) are within a walking distance. On top of that, there is a convenience store right outside the hotel, and the neighbourhood was so calm and quiet! I never had any trouble sleeping thanks to that. Nearest subway station is about 5 minutes away.

As for the room itself, it was clean and just what I had expected. They cleaned it daily, and refilled our toiletries too. Sure it was quite narrow, but that's just because I chose the cheaper option.

The only negative thing I would have to say is that we couldn't flush paper down the toilet (because it clogged up). We had to throw it in the trash can instead. But that seems to be a common problem in country, so I don't hold it against the hotel. The toilet itself was super high tech though, with a built in bidet (and a bunch of other functions), so that was no problem. Just took some time getting used to.

All in all, I'm satisfied. Would definitely stay there again.

P.S: I was actually there in 2018 (June), but there were no later options than 2021. I don't know how so much time just flew by... But since that was such a memorable trip for me, I still remember everything very clearly.
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Date of stay: June 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Patrick K wrote a review Nov 2014
Perth, Australia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a week in Seoul and chanced on this hotel and picked it based on the price. The room was small but functional but the location was just incredible. The wait at the traffic light took longer than the time spent walking to the nearby Changdeokgung Palace.
The hotel is a stroll from the Anguk subway station, even closer to bus stops (including the airport limo stop), a manageable walk to Insadong and it is surrounded by restaurants, convenience stores.
The coffee shop, Coffee La, on the ground floor served excellent coffee and small snacks.
Across for the coffee shop is a convenience store where you can top up your T-Money card for use on public transport and pick up some soju (a delicious spirit)or makgoelli (raw rice wine) for a late night drink. There are street vendors selling a variety of food close by too.
The staff were helpful despite the language problem but they tried their best.
Save your money for eating well and shopping.
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Date of stay: November 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Windows are double glazed so noise should not be a problem. But if you like sleeping with the...
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zftan wrote a review Jun 2013
Singapore, Singapore
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Well I did a solo trip to Seoul and did quite a bit of homework before I went. First of all, I did a check of around 60 - 65 hotels and guesthouses in Seoul just to get some sense of pricing and their locations and amenities. I checked from the high end service apartments like Somerset suites and Fraser suites to hotels like Ritz to the low ends guesthouses. I admit I'm really high maintenance in this aspect that I want the best stay for a lowest, cheapest, most economical price, so I did my homework in Feb when my travel was in May 2013. I went for 15 days 14 nights so I decided that I wanted to split my stay in 2 places just to experience different hotels/guesthouses. I did such a "thorough" homework for the hotels/guesthouses because I wanted to have a great stay in Seoul and did not want to end up in a sloppy place that would make this 15 day trip a negative. I thought that I would want to stay in Fraser suites just to make my life easier but Noble Hotel was actually okay for me. When I say "okay", I really mean I can just stay for another few months in this same hotel (if I actually had the budget and time!).

But finally decided on Noble Hotel and was very pleased with its service, location, amenities. Compared to other guesthouses, I can say that:

1. Lift/elevator is very important. In Seoul, there are a lot of guesthouses that do not come with elevator so you have to lug your heavy luggage up a flight of narrow staircases. My luggage is very very heavy so having a lift to go up to the 4th floor or even the 2nd floor is really a blessing. Obviously Noble Hotel had one lift so it was a positive for me.

2. Service is also very important for me. I checked with guesthouses and they often say that they do not clean the room on a daily basis so it was a no no for me. Noble Hotel has 2 ajumas that clean the room daily so when you come back, you get a fresh clean bed and everything else is being tidied up. What more can you ask when you come "home" to a clean and refreshing bed? Their front desk staff were also very friendly - 2 oppas and 1 unni - they spoke a little of English and Mandarin so I had no communication barriers. On top of that, they were very helpful in directions and other stuff. It was a very safe place as the oppas were always there for 24hours shift, unlike other guesthouses they have only certain staff at certain hours so you may not even have a staff to mend the front desk ie you may end up not having someone to ask for directions.

3. Amenities. Now I must say that Noble Hotel gave good amenities. I mean the basic came like toothbrush toothpaste shaver soap shampoo conditioner bathing cream bathing sponge. Why I mentioned the basic was because some guesthouses requested for their customers to bring their own toothbrush. I was pretty amazed somehow. So I guess never take it for granted that the guesthouses would provide for basic amenities. There is another positive for Noble Hotel - that is they will replenish the fridge with 2 bottles of mineral water and 1 can of tea and 1 can of orange juice. It was free so you can enjoy 4 bottles of water every day. Well, if you are staying in high class hotels, obviously those are payable but here it is free so thumbs up for Noble Hotel.

4. Location was superb. Obviously other travellers have mentioned enough that it is close by Insadong, Buchok-dong, subway station, etc. But I must also say, if you have the stamina to walk, it is really close by to: Myeondong, Dongdaemun, Namdaemun, Lotte Department Store, Lotte Young, Shinsaegae Department Store. Okay, I'm not joking but I walk to these places from Noble Hotel as it was close by and taking the subway meant that I have to change the lines and to me it was more hassle to change the lines than to walk there straight. Anyway, I enjoyed the sights as I walked on the streets and obviously went into different restaurants and stuff. Anyway, the weather in May was superb and there was always wind blowing in your face so you actually feel refreshed while walking.

5. Sleep quality was good. I stayed in Room 402 for 14 nights straight and had good quality sleep, there was no noise or anything negative so I always woke up feeling refreshed after having good quality sleep.

6. Breakfast. Basic breakfast served daily - bread, butter and strawberry jam. Water, coffee, orange juice. To me, that's sufficient and so it was a good deal for me. Other guesthouses do not serve breakfast so you save on breakfast costs.

Obviously, it's a good place for me to stay so I would encourage others to stay here too. Now I really wish to return to Seoul and Noble Hotel would be my first choice. ^_^
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Date of stay: May 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: You can choose a Double Room - I stayed at Room 402!
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ajLegaspi wrote a review Mar 2012
Manila, Philippines
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you're looking for convenience and Value for Money, you certainly book this hotel. I found them in LonelyPlanet Seoul guide book and certainly did get what we were told and exceeded some of our expectations! We stayed March 9-14, 2012 and was even surprise that rooms are in wood floor heaters, the (nicest) way to defrost from the winter weather outside. They provide complimentary juices and bottled water daily in your fridge. They have all your toiletries available from basic bath set to sprays, hair dryer, moose etc. which you are charged additionaly to some hotels. Seoul is not a cheap city but definitely they offer what you look for budget travels. They are located near the Anguk - Dong Subway in Line 3 here's the hi-tech SMRT website for your guide and planning http://www.smrt.co.kr/program/cyberStation/main2.jsp , go to Exit 4 as you get off from the train, turn left follow the main road about 5 to 8 minutes walk you'll find the Standard Charter Bank building and you'll see the hotel on a small street beside it on the right. Across the the Standard Charter building is also the "Airport Limousine Bus" station that takes you TO & FROM Incheon Int'l airport for 10,000WON = 9 USD each way is right there value for time and convenience at its best! ( http://www.airportlimousine.co.kr/route/route_eng.htm)
Plus the hotel is located in Insadong where the souvenir shops, traditional Korean resto, crafts and finds are all for sale. The Changdeokgung Palace & Secret Garden is across the main road from the hotel while Gyeongbuukgung Palace (the cover in SEOUL Lonely Planet book), is one station away too! Theres also the Public Bus Stop before SC Bank building at your own convenience, one of them is Blue Bus # 151 that can take you from Myeongdong downtown shopping area back to this hotel at 2 minutes walk away!!!
At its best, you can book your hotel room(s) w/out having to guarantee it w/ your Credit Card as well! Way to go! Just ensure you are arriving and all confirmed (simple courtesy and integrity) You can directly book your DMZ Tours with them too, you'll pay w/ the Tour Operator on the day of your trip! heres their e-mail add for reservations: help@noblehotel.co.kr

Lastly get your SMRT T-Money Card or Item to use it in all transport(s) and common stores, specially in the Subway so wont bother refunding the Deposit WON you'll make each time you'll get on the trains.

We loved our recent Seoul experience and we're marking this hotel again!

All the Best!
AJ Legaspi - Manila, Philippines
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Date of stay: March 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Lizibenet wrote a review Nov 2013
Manila
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in Noble Hotel for 9 days in October 2013. From Incheon Airport, we took the airport limousine bus # 6011. We got lost because the information counter at the airport gave us the wrong stop, so we had to walk around trying to find our way at almost midnight so it was a good thing that Seoul is a very safe city, otherwise it would’ve been a really bad experience.
The hotel is located along a narrow street and is quite set back from the street. It’s a 33-room hotel in 5 floors. We stayed on the 5th floor, and our window faced a brick wall which did not bother us since we really only used the hotel to sleep in. Mattresses were very firm so if you’re used to a soft mattress, you may want to find somewhere else to stay.

Bathroom was always clean and smelled nicely, but the bathroom curtain had some mouldy stains that was a bit off-putting. Shower pressure was good and hot water was never a problem the whole time we stayed. Wi fi signal was very good, in fact, wi fi connection in Seoul was always available most places for free, so connectivity was never a problem.
The hotel is located right across Changdeokgung Palace. Anguk station 3 exit was also near enough to walk.

The best thing which recommends this hotel is its location since it’s near the palaces, Insadong, Jogyesa Temple, the Hanok Village, and the really lovely shopping and dining area called Samcheongdong. There are also lots of little holes-in-the wall dining places which serve Korean food located around the hotel.
If you want something basic to stay in without frills, this is a reasonably priced hotel in an excellent location.

Other useful tips:
1. The best way to get to Noble Hotel from Incheon airport is by taking airport limousine bus 6011. It only costs 10,000 won one way. Tell the driver to drop you off at the Changdeokgung Palace stop, which is the next stop after Anguk. When you get off the bus (with the main road at your back), head left. You will pass Garden Tower and the Standard Chartered Bank building. Make a right at the tiny, narrow street at the corner of the Standard Chartered Building – this is the street where Noble Hotel is located. You will see the neon hotel sign when you make the turn.
2. Most Koreans do not speak English. Before you go off exploring, make sure you ask your front desk to write your destination in Korean in case you are planning to take a taxi. Otherwise, you will most likely not be understood by your taxi driver. We ended up taking the subway most of the time because the train system has English signs and it was easier to get around using the train.
3. Invest in a T card which is their equivalent of the Octopus card in HongKong. You can get this in train stations and you can use it to get around in the metro, buses and taxis. Some convenience stores even accept T cards as payments.
4. If you’re planning to visit the palaces, buy the combination ticket which only costs 10,000 won and gives you access to all 5 palaces. Otherwise, you pay 3,000 won per palace.
5. We found out that haggling in Korea is not customary. People pay the tag price, so do be conscious of this while shopping.
6. In restaurants, you pay by going to the counter with your order slip. No one will bring your bill to your table. This is why tipping is also not customary because you usually pay the owner of the dining place.
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Date of stay: October 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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SuperDLS wrote a review Jun 2015
Singapore, Singapore
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Good location with reasonable price thats why we choosed this hotel. Breakfast are only tea, coffee and bread. The room is small but the toilet is comfy with good water heater system. We stayed 3 nights in this hotel.

From Gimpo airport to hotel is also accesible via mrt but since we have luggages we took taxi worth 40,000 KRW for 30 minutes travel. If from Incheon Airport, can take Bus 6011 at Gate 11 worth 10,000 KRW then alight in the the opposite side of Changdeokgung Palace.

Changdeokgung Palace is only walking distance from hotel. Better to catch-up the "Secret Garden Tour" with English Guide at 11:30, 13:30 or 15:30. Do reservation of tickets online as it has limited capacity.

Gyeongbokgung Palace is only one mrt station away from Anguk station with 1.1 km distance from hotel. Do catch-up the "Changing Guards Ceremony" at 10:00, 13:00 or 15:00. Avoid morning in the weekend as it was super crowded.

Insadong street is also walking distance from hotel where you can have lunch, dessert or shop some local souvenirs with cheaper price compare to the other places. Having dinner after 8pm is not advisable as most of the resto are close.

Myeongdong Shopping Street is our favorite where it is also accessible via mrt or taxi for only 3300 KRW. You can have a dinner here with a lot of street foods, restaurants, dessert house and even cat cafe. Don't miss to have free traditonal korean costume session at the "Tourist Center" where you can have free photograpy with computerized background selection where you can send the pictures to your email as well!

Bukchon Hanok Village is only 1 km away or 10-15 minutes walk from hotel.

It would be great to always visit the tourist center when available in the area so that you can have the clear direction and copy of detailed map you want to explore.

Going back to the Incheon airport is same bus 6011 in the side of Changdeokgung Palace worth 10,000 KRW.

Will definetly come back to try winter season.
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Date of stay: May 2015
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yrinsyde wrote a review Jul 2013
Melbourne, Australia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is an ideal place to stay in Seoul. It is within walking distance to two palaces, Buchong Hanok, the main mall and for a longer walk, the Lotte department store and other shops and markets. There is a little 24hr shop opposite the hotel, an ATM that handles international cards 5 mins away, and restaurants not further. The bathroom we had was very nice, with a wonderful shower system. There is a TV but no English language channels, and a PC with internet. The mattresses are very firm. There was no clock in our room which was odd because we noticed clocks everywhere in Korea. No light switches - instead a fancy electronic light panel (didn't take long to work out what button was for what). The breakfast is self serve: toast with jam, oj, coffee or tea (barley tea - no black tea in Korea unless you go to Starbucks etal). Lots of breakfast options a short walk away if you want something different. The airport bus stop is on the other side of the street, about 10mins away. We chose this for convenience to everything, and it was even more convenient than we realised. If you are a light sleeper, ask for a room furthest away from the martial arts centre. My husband was woken up at 6am every morning by sounds of 'hyuh' followed by a thump. That is the only downside to this hotel.
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Date of stay: June 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask for one furthest away from the martial arts building.
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ntguy wrote a review Nov 2014
Brossard, Canada
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is a 5 storey hotel which is situated at the north east corner of the famous Insadong Market area. You can go to or from the two airports, Gimpo and Incheon, using the bus 6002 which stops about 75 meters from the hotel. This is quite convenient for those who don't want the hassle of lugging travel bags in the complicated subway. I used the subway to come to but will use the bus to go back, as suggested by hotel's staff who by the way, is helpfull and courteous even when their english is limited. As in many mid priced hotels in Japan and Korea the room is anout 12 by 10 feet but very clean. Some complains about the hardness of the mattress but i sleep very well on it.
The hotel can be reached by up to 3 subway stations, the Anguk on Line 3 Orange, the Jongno3 on both Line 5 Pink or Line 1 Blue. If you come at night look up to find the big neon sign with the hotel name when you walk In narrow alleys. Seoul street names are complicated to read for me and Google map doesn't help much either in the final leg indication if you ask it the initinary to reach the hotel from the airport. It just show a straight dotted line directly from on of these subway stations through the maze of alleys. This can be a problem if you arrive late in the dark of the night. Best is probably to print out the detailed area map before you go. The room has only a shower but who needs bath when travelling. Wifi signal is very strong and very fast, 35 Mbit/s as measured by my Ipad. Hotel provides a very simple breakfast, always orange juice, coffee and toasts with strawbeery jam and that's it.
For you who don't know about Insadong (Insa-Dong) to me this is the finest market area i find in Seoul with exquisite shops and full of small alley restaurants beautifully lit at night.
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Date of stay: November 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: All rooms are good and fairly quiet.
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MarsParis wrote a review Jun 2013
Nice, France
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Noble Hotel is to be recommended if you are traveling with a tight budget or if you cannot find any other hotel. Room was not big but clean. Breakfast was simple but at least there was something. Price is reasonable.
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Date of stay: June 2013
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Daizy R wrote a review Oct 2016
Gravesend, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I had room 305 and it was very comfortable. Although I travelled solo it would have been fine for a couple. The bed was comfy and the bathroom clean with a powerfull shower. There were two comfy chairs and a table also a computer but I could not get it to work in English. There were no wardrobes but I only had a small suitcase so this did not bother me. The wifi was excellent. The hotel staff were very pleasant and helpful.
The airport limousine bus 6011 stops very close to the hotel. Just get off at the Changdeokgung palace stop (it is the stop after Anguk) and you will see the hotel is just ahead on your right. Take the first turning on the right down a narrow street and the hotel will be on the left a little way down. Airport bus is 10000 won and was equivalent to about 7 GBP and is a fast and comfortable way to get to the city.
The hotel serves a breakfast as an extra but I used the small shop just outside the hotel where you can get a hot coffee and a snack at very cheap prices if you are on a budget. Tables and chairs are provided to sit outside if the weather is nice.
Hotel is in a good place to explore being close to both palaces and also the Insa-dong area where there are shops and places to eat. It appeared to be a very safe area to me as an older British woman travelling alone. I would stay there again.
I also had a nice day in the Bukhansan national park which was easy to get to by tube and bus from Anguk.
I had two nights with two full days in Seoul as a stopover on my way to Japan and thoroughly enjoyed it, I would like to see more of South Korea next time.
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Date of stay: October 2016
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: 306 was a nice room but no view from the window. This did not bother me as I was out most of the...
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Daizy R wrote a tip Oct 2016
Gravesend, United Kingdom179 contributions31 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"306 was a nice room but no view from the window. This did not bother me as I was out most of the time."
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hassan s wrote a tip Apr 2016
Huntington Beach, California154 contributions83 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"stay away from the elevator."
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PaulJGee wrote a tip Aug 2015
Sydney, Australia48 contributions55 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Easy access for wheelchairs or baby strollers, especially if you choose a lower floor."
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BMalc wrote a tip Dec 2014
Daejeon, South Korea9 contributions6 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"I went upper floor but I don't think the noise from the lower floors is anything to worry about. My view was of a brick wall."
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Patrick K wrote a tip Nov 2014
Perth, Australia356 contributions142 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Windows are double glazed so noise should not be a problem. But if you like sleeping with the window slightly open, ask for a room at the back."
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S$50 - S$74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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South KoreaSeoulGwanghwamun / Jongno / Jongno 1.2.3.4 ga-dong / Jongno-gu
NUMBER OF ROOMS
33
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Frequently Asked Questions about Noble Tourist Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Noble Tourist Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Changdeokgung Palace (0.4 km), Ikseon-dong Hanok Street (0.3 km), and 3355 Hanbok Rental Bukchon Hanok Village (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Noble Tourist Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a hot tub, and kids activities.
Which room amenities are available at Noble Tourist Hotel?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What are some restaurants close to Noble Tourist Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include 853, Brew 3.14, and Insadong Garlic Bossam.
Are there any historical sites close to Noble Tourist Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Gyeongbokgung Palace (1.1 km), Changdeokgung Palace (0.4 km), and Deoksugung (1.8 km).
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