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Great hotel if you dont need to be within the city centre. It is close to a big shopping mall, so perfect if you want to explore a busy and vibrant experience!
The toiletries are of very good quality, very impressed with the shampoo -...More
Modern, efficient and well located hotel within Seoul, next to the stones Square shopping mall.
Staff is very friendly and efficient. It is a very professional environment, efficient yet friendly.
Spirts gym is excellent. Breakfast buffet very complete. Looking forward to my next visit!
Clean rooms, nice executive lounge, huge breakfast offering (but whatever you do, don't order a Coca-Cola in the morning - they're 'extra' - to the tune of $7.5USD?), friendly and helpful staff. Location is attached to expansive mall and you can get to the Metro...More
When looking for places to stay for the Winter Olympics, I wanted to use a familiar brand hotel so we could get some of the comforts of home after a long day of travel. Marriott always provides this for me and the courtyard location was...More
The hotel is situated at Times Square and its pretty convenient. Room was comfortable and had a good sleep. Breakfast was disappointing - refills and eggs station pretty sloppy. Other than that, food and shopping around the hotel is very accessible.
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The easiest, cheapest, and most straight forward way is to take the airport bus to Time Square. There's a stop right by the hotel. I can't remember the route number (maybe 6008?) and it stops at both airports (GMP and... More
The easiest, cheapest, and most straight forward way is to take the airport bus to Time Square. There's a stop right by the hotel. I can't remember the route number (maybe 6008?) and it stops at both airports (GMP and ICN). The hotel website used to have a pdf link to a document detailing how you take the bus (route # and which stop), but I don't see it there any more for some reason. On the bus, they do announce the stop (by name). Or you can use your phone with GPS to track your bus route. You can't save the local South Korea map (offline map) on google map for some reason, so load the map at the airport (free wifi) before you take the bus and keep it open so you can track the location of the bus just in case. You purchase the bus ticket at the arrival hall encounter for buses (9000 won one way I think).
I suggest you e-mail the hotel for information (that'd give you the latest information on buses). The ICN airport website has info on buses as well: