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One hundred yards from Duk Soo Palace in downtown Seoul, this high-tech hotel showcases historical Korean architecture.
Guestrooms feature dial-up, high-speed and TV Internet access.
Amenities include an 8,000-square-foot business center. There is also a fitness center and indoor swimming pool. This hotel offers 453 guestrooms on eighteen floors. Décor is a blend of contemporary furnishings, traditional artwork and Asian-style elements. Large windows offer expansive city views. Multiline portable phones have fax capability. There are also phones in the bathrooms. Housekeeping service is offered twice a day. Originally opened in 1914, this hotel now offers modern amenities amid ornate flourishes and traditional Korean architecture. Catering especially to business travelers, the hotel has seven meeting rooms. In-room massages can be arranged.
Free shuttle service is offered to destinations within the downtown area. The hotel features seven restaurants and bars. Sushi-Cho - Sushi, sashimi, and other traditional Japanese selections.
Ho Kyung Jeon - Cantonese, Szechuan, and other Chinese cuisine served.
Sheo Bul - Korean cuisine.
Yesterday - Italian menu offered.
O'Kim's Irish Pub & Sports Bar - Pub food, Guinness on tap, and live Irish music.
Compass Rose - Cocktails; live jazz.
South Korean citizens will be charged the VAT on the spot prior to check-out.
Please note that until 12/31/2008, the standard 10% hotel VAT will not be charged to foreign nationals staying in South Korea for fewer than 6 months. Foreign guests will be required to present a passport upon check-in for the VAT fee to be waived.