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Probably would have given 4.5 out of 5, taking a half star as the room is a little worn.
The location was fine. I little out of the centre but on the main metro line. The metro is very cheap and we used it everyday......More
We had to come into town at 1am because of a flight delay, but someone was still there to greet us at this hotel with a hot boricha tea and keys to the room. He did not speak much English but was very nice and...More
My family and I (hubby and 2 kids) stayed in one of their Double Queen bedded rooms as there were 4 of us. The room was clean and quite spacious. We were also very pleased that all the electrical appliances were clean and in good...More
My family and I travelled to Seoul in December 2014. Since Seoul's hotels were quite pricey for what they were, we opted for an "appart-hotel", which is popular for tourists in Korea. We choose Daelim Residence for its fantastic reviews.
The location is unfortunately...More
My family and I had a wonderful stay at this cosy and warm residence hotel. Mr. Jang (owner) came to greet and took picture for us even though we just stayed for a night. His staffs were very helpful with our needs and was able...More
US$56 - US$102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, I'm traveling here from the U.S. and was wondering if there are any outlets that would work with American appliances (phone charger, laptop charger, etc). I've read online that some buildings in Korea does have the 220 volt - two round prongs outlets, which would not work with my chargers. Will I need to buy the appropriate plugs before I leave? Thanks in advance!!
16 April 2016|
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Just ask at the front desk, they will lend you a converter which will require a deposit in case you lose it. Now, what we have been given is a converter plug - this is NOT a voltage converter, but most laptop chargers etc... More
Just ask at the front desk, they will lend you a converter which will require a deposit in case you lose it. Now, what we have been given is a converter plug - this is NOT a voltage converter, but most laptop chargers etc will operate from 110 - 240 volts - check the converter you have. I do not know if they would have actual voltage converters that would be useable with other appliances , but I don't see what you would need - hair dryer provded.
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HI, What is the best way to get to this hotel from the airport. A detailed description will be very appreciated.