We stayed here during the BTS concert in Busan and booked the BTS package. Not cheap, but the hotel is definitely value for your money. Extremely friendly and helpful staff, at every time of the day (we had a problem at night and it was quickly solved). Very spacious and comfortable room with fantastic beds. We also loved the layout of the room and the use of lots of glass to keep it light and open. The lounge is definitely worth visiting if it is included in your package, great snacks and desserts. Top location, directly at Haeundae Beach. We didn't make use of the pool, but this seemed a bit crowded. One remark though, if you announce that the lounge bar is open until midnight, it doesn't really make sense to have the last order at 11pm and refuse people that arrive at 11:30 pm. It is only a drink, It doesn't take an hour to make it.…
Amazing view of beach. Very convenient location, right nxt to beach, short stroll to eateries and to the Mipo Station for the Blue Train and Sky Capsule. Room was underwhelming compared to other five star Western chain hotels. The jacuzzi outside was nice, we watched the sunset from there. Tasty abalone porridge at the building right next to hotel.
Paradise Hotel is one of the best hotels in Busan. Expensive but worth. Room commands an ocean view with only a few minutes to the beach. The spa and the pool on the fourth floor are best known in Korea. There are many eateries and cafes in the neighborhood. You can walk to the Haeoundae station in ten minutes.
Nice hotel especially for families with little kids. This hotel has some cute kids cafes for tiny babies up to bigger kids, located right on the beach, with nice pools. We found a tiny kids pool area too. Restaurants are very pricey. But you are surrounded by so many restaurants so venturing out isn’t a problem. If you are staying for a longer period, insist on a balcony. It helps a lot.
I was speaking at a medical conference here. The conference staff were very responsive, the restaurant team delivered a successful working dinner and the conference went off without a hitch. Location is nice and close to promenade on the beach. Rooms were of a high standard. I'd stay here again as the conference delivery was delivered well. Check out the markets which was just a few minutes walk from the hotel.
The Paradise Hotel in Busan was a really nice weekend getaway. The amenities were awesome and fairly priced. I enjoyed the spa and multiple, different hot water springs on the premises. The stay is/was “all-inclusive” and provided a nice breakfast and dinner, to include spirits.
We came here expecting a lovely weekend down in busan. We went to the beer beach bar they had... oh my goodness.... 원16,000 for a Heineken... okay, that’s fair enough, given the hotel. But then they made us order food! Now I know this is a typical korean thing to order food to the table. But when I ordered shrimp fried rice, a cardboard box turned up! What annoys me is, they clearly know they are making a joke of their patrons, as these cardboard boxes were sat on every table, untouched. I’m disgusted at the prices of the menu, to be served food in cardboard boxes, sort it out paradise. Don’t pretense that this bar isn’t part of your hotel, because you have to share your bathrooms, and book through your reception!
This hotel is modern, comfortable, and spacious. We stayed on the 12th floor with an ocean view and it's right in the middle of the beach with a complete 180-degree view encompassing the entire beach. I could have sat on the balcony and just soaked it in all day but there is much more here than just that. The room is spacious and comfortable and the bed is fantastic. The mattress is on the softer side and the pillows are the best I've used. It has all modern amenities and toiletries are provided too. This is a luxury hotel it does not disappoint. We never bothered to turn on the TV so I can't say anything about the programming and such but why would you watch TV when you have such an incredible view of the ocean on the balcony. We did not get room service but we did have friends that stayed and they ordered and said the food was very good albeit a little pricy. The pool area is really nice too. Now that all the gushing is out of the way there are a few things that you might want to keep in mind. First, the pool area and all that encompasses closes at 8 PM so no soaking in the jacuzzi after a let dinner. The one sofa/chair (except the desk chair) in the room is also a fold-out bed and it was not all that comfortable to sit on and only one person can use it so unless you are alone someone is left sitting on the bed or in the desk chair which was just a plain old chair. There is a minibar and a hot water pot with some instant coffee and tea packets.…
First of all, the room itself is modern, The latest stylish trend interior stands out. It was a sensuous, luxurious hotel. Plus, the view is the best. City View had more nights than the day. Busan Paradise Hotel is famous for Ocean Spa Seamer. You will get your life picture here.
We loved the room and view, incredible. The hotel needs more elevators, you could often wait for 6-7 minutes for an elevator to come to the Lobby floor. Restaurant had a very limited breakfast choice and the toilet paper in the bathrooms was a terrible quality. We would stay here again though.