See why so many travellers make Nox Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Seoul. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a boutique setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Nox Hotel is a boutique hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Seoul. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Seoul, Nox Hotel is located a short distance from Gangnam Style Horse Dance Statue (0.4 mi) and Gangnam Style Horse Dance Stage (0.7 mi).
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Sum Cafe, Cafe Dior By Pierre Herme, and Line Friends Cafe Garosu-gil, all of which are a short distance from Nox Hotel.
During your visit, be sure to check out Seolleung & Jeongneung Royal Tomb (0.6 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Nox Hotel as you experience all of the things Seoul has to offer.
First of all I read a few of the reviews on here before we went to Korea and I thought this would be a good hotel experience. Now that I am here I am wondering if you are all paid to write these wonderful reviews.... Skip to the bottom for a summary. Hotel is ok enough if you don’t mind the following: Cleaning: Bathroom is not perfectly clean. Even if we requested cleaning everyday, we have huge amounts of dust bunnies having a party in here, after staying a week. They do a weird surface cleaning that looks like the reason why the bathroom has several brown spots everywhere. Linen: Bed linen seem to be changed every other day which is fine, but almost every time they have changed it, it has some weird spot on it. I am not fussy, so it’s fine enough for a week, but to get a 4 star review of me you need at least spot free linen, which they have failed at completely. Towels also come with these weird spots from time to time Internet: Spotty spotty spotty. Keeps jumping in and out. Fair speed when it’s here though. Language: Several of you mentions getting help. The staff we have encountered does NOT speak English. My Korean mother was here the first days and if it hadn’t been for her we would not have understood anything. Service: They refused giving us another key even if we offered to pay for it. My mother had to ask 3 times for an extra blanket. Breakfast: Seriously??? That’s a snack, not a breakfast. Expect white toast, eggs if you are lucky, white buns and a banana. Water and coffee: The reason this review doesn’t give them a zero is the free all you can drink coffee and water, thumbs up! Amenities: This is another reason why this review is not a zero. They have complimentary shower gel, shampoo and conditioner, gel for your hair. Hair dryer and straightening iron, hair brushes (yes plural), coffee and tea in the room + a fridge! Sound proofing: Doesn’t exist. Whenever there are partying going on in the so called party rooms, we are kept up all night by the sounds... and when the neighbor watched tv all night, guess what, we heard that too. Location: Ok. We had no trouble finding it, and it’s a short distance from yeoksam station + there are a lot of good and reasonably priced restaurants around here. Swimming pool: Only available for the people renting the party room. Laundry and fitness: didn’t try the fitness room, but a load is in the laundry machine as we speak and it looks like it washed and dried it properly. Summary: I am so sorry, but for the price and due to an abundance of hotels in the area and Seoul this hotel does not get more than 2 from me. Ok enough for a night or two, and if we did stay that short I would maybe not have noticed all of this. I’m going somewhere else next time, maybe i’d return for a party in one of the party rooms. But otherwise not.…
this hotel has all the amenities u could ever need - usb chargers, pc in room, free minibar, spa bath, in room speakers and a basic breakfast. However, toilet hygiene could be improved. Overall, it was a good stay for a reasonable price.
The bed was comfy and they have whirlpool jacuzzi separated from the shower. The area isn’t that hip but there’s great taco place and pizza place in walking distance. The lighting isn’t that great but loveeeee the bed
Nice budget friendly hotel! The rooms were smaller than expected but cozy enough for two people. When we checked in we met Jason. He turned out to be amazingly helpful. He first walked us down the road to a Korean BBQ house and helped us order, another time he helped us order delivery to our room, he told me the best place to find luggage as mine had been badly damaged on the plane, he helped us make spa reservations, and he helped us make a reservation for a large taxi to take us to the air port! We had to get another key and put a 5000 won deposit down for the second key, as the key is what kept the AC running. It was very hot and humid during our stay so it was needed. Was not impressed with the pool area as it didn't feel clean, so we opted not to use it. We also had great difficulty figuring out the washer/dryer. We had clothes drying for two hours and finally gave up and just hung them up in our room. The only reason I am giving a perfect score is because was so amazingly helpful that it just made the down falls disappear.…
I have finally got around to writing my review of the Nox Boutique in Seoul after visiting in May 2017. This hotel is possibly one of the nicest little hotels I have had the chance to stay in if I am honest. Immediately on arrival I was greeted in a warm, friendly way which stayed the same way throughout my stay. Everyone working in the hotel could not have been friendlier and more helpful. My case was carried to my room on the 9th floor (rare these days except in 5-star hotels) and I was shown my room. Although I did not have any views of Seoul, I liked the room as it was in the corner of the building and therefore had no one walking past etc. The bedroom itself was light and airy with a comfortable mattress and pillows. A very large TV showing satellite channels, a wardrobe and desk to work at. The bathroom was essentially a wet room - large sink and vanity area, corner bath tub (with spa jets!) and a raindrop shower next to the bath. Very nice to shower for once in a open space - no claustrophobia here! Breakfasts are a very straightforward simple affair - juices, cereal, bagels, coffee/tea and a delicious assortment of soups if you want them. Toast and coffee/tee are available whenever you want. It's all self-service with a few tables and chairs - no waitress service. The Nox Boutique is tucked away on a side street parallel to Teheran-ro Road. It's difficult to find at first but this adds to the charm. I didn't try the indoor pool but this is on my list for my next visit. There's also a laundry service onsite where you can wash and dry your own clothes. Many thanks to everyone at the Nox Boutique for all your attention and help during my visit. It was nice to have personal attention and recommendations for local restaurants and bars nearby and very much appreciated.…