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About Hanok Friends House 2

Description

Receiving 'Goodstay Hotel' awards from Korea Tourism Organization and Kyunghyang newspaper, Hanok Friends House 2 is a great base in Seoul from which to explore this vibrant city. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With the city's main attractions such as Museum of Korean Straw Handicrafts, Moonlight Rainbow Fountain, and Hansung Univ Subway Station within close reach, visitors to the hotel will just love its location.

Hanok Friends House 2 also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Seoul. Top features of the hotel include a car park, Wi-Fi in public areas, and laundry service/dry cleaning.

Step into one of 10 inviting rooms and escape the stresses of the day with a wide range of amenities such as Internet access, a desk, fan, refrigerator, and air conditioning. The hotel offers an excellent variety of recreational facilities, including a garden. When you are looking for comfortable and convenient accommodations in Seoul, make Hanok Friends House 2 your home away from home.
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Features

Hotel Facilities

  • laundry service

Sports and Recreation

  • garden

Internet

  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas

Parking

  • car park

Languages Spoken

  • Korean
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Policies

Children and extra beds
Infant 0-1 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Children 2-4 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding.
  • Guests over 4 years old are considered as adults.
  • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Useful info

Check-Out Until: 11:00 AM
Number of Rooms : 10
Room Voltage: 220
Time to Airport (Minutes): 60
Year Hotel Built: 2010
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Business travelers (2)

Couples (19)

Solo travelers (66)

Families with young children (4)

Families with older children (13)

Groups (20)

Very good
7.7
Hotel Condition/Cleanliness
7.9
Location
7.1
Room Comfort/Standard
7.9
Staff Performance
7.6
Value for Money
7.9
Food/Dining
7.6

10 Alain B.
France
November 17, 2013
We were at home !
very available, friendly, generous, attentive staff
The atmosphere was very familial and friendly ; this guesthouse is full equiped (all for cooking ; washing machine..) ; lovely patio ; completely quiet but in a friendly student neighborhood. Closed to buses and subway. And financely affordable. We warmly recommended this adress.

6.3 Lin H.
Australia
October 19, 2013
Disappointing Stay
Close to Korean culture, nice staff, quiet environment
We expected to know some Korean culture by staying this Hanok, but it disappointed us. We had to get up to get rid of mosquito in the first night. However staff were friendly. they burned mosquito incense in front of our room for the rest of the nights.

8.3 Artur H.
Poland
August 08, 2013
Nice traditional place
culture, entertaiment, great place
It was greate experience to sleep in the traditional korean house. The lady from personel don't speak English but she's very nice and always help you if youneed here. SSleeping on the floor is also very nice

7.3 Jing Y.
Singapore
July 14, 2013
Comfortable, recommended
good wifi, good breakfast, nice room
When we reached there, there are no one at the place. We tried knocking the door and pressing the bell several times however there is no reply. We went to a cafe and asked the owner to help us make a call(telephone number provided by agoda) as we do not have korea's phone number. They told us that the housekeeper of this hanok went back to her hometown and therefore we had to go to another hanok(which is a better one) to stay. For this part I thought the hotel is really irresponsible as they should at least inform us earlier because we wasted a lot of time just to check in. As it is a korean hanok, there is a garden inside and therefore there are many mosquitos around (even in the room). If you dislike insects and unable to sleep on the floor, I wouldn't recommend you to stay. The owner of the place is really friendly and the breakfast is really nice. You can't make a lot of noise at night because the room is not soundproof. The shampoo is not provided too so you might need to bring a small travel pack.

9.3 Linda Z.
United States of America
July 14, 2013
Cultural, fun, friendly
Great breakfast, friendly owner and manager, fun hanok experience
We actually ended up staying in Hanok Friends House 1, which was lovely. The owner and manager were very nice, the breakfast was great, there were two cute dogs to greet us, and we loved the hanok experience. It was also not far from the Hyehwa subway station and other bus stations, so getting around Seoul was relatively easy. We also got to do our laundry for free, which was great since we had more traveling to do after we left.

8 KATHERINE K.
Australia
July 15, 2013
Could have been better.
Close to local food area. Low rates. Not too far from the subway
I would not say it was a bad experience. Although I know the rates were low, the owner of the House could have been a little nicer to those who have booked with low rates. I was also a little shocked by the fact that I had to change to House 1 during my stay. I originally planned to stay in House 2 for 3 nights, I was told that the second night and third nights of House 2 were fully booked by a group. Although, in the end, the owner offered me and my friend to stay in House 1 where the rooms were bigger, I did not think it was appropriate for a guesthouse to do such changes. Also when I first arrived at the guesthouse, there was no one to answer the door. My friend and I were lucky enough to have a guest to open the doors for us. If anyone who arrives at the house, and found no one answering the door, you will probably have to go to House 1 to look for the owner to let you in.

9 Linda Z.
United States of America
July 14, 2013
Fun, cultural, friendly!
Good breakfast, nice cultural experience, friendly owner and manager
Actually we stayed in Hanok Friends House 1, which was lovely. The stay there was fun and the people we met there were friendly too. I enjoyed the breakfast each morning, and there were two cute dogs to greet us every day. We were also able to get our laundry done there for free, which was great since we had more traveling to do after we left.

6.7 IVY M.
Malaysia
July 01, 2013
Affordable hanok experience
Clean, affordable, quiet neighbourhood
A great place for hanok experience. The subway is within 10min walk and a 15min walk you will be able to catch a bus to the airport with only 10,000won. My friend doesn't like it because its not within city area and she is not use to sleeping on the floor. However, I like it very much. It is a very interesting experience for me since the area is a housing neighbourhood so you get to see kids playing around and folks enjoying themselves in a cafe.

7.7 Nilam S.
Indonesia
May 26, 2013
Great hotel with nice Korea style
clean room, nice staff, nice hanok hotel style
hanok style, clean room, nice hotel staff. the staff is so calm n make breakfast for us

7.7 Rowena L.
Philippines
April 26, 2013
good enough forbudget or backpackers
quiet-confortable
good enough for budget or backpackers - dont expect like a 5 stars service coz the price is so cheap and just right for what services that they can give.typical hanok with common clean washroom..with hot and cold shower . bring your own blower and bath towel...the room is so quiet & comfortable to sleep..breakfast will be serve 8 to 9am only and will personally cook and serve by IMOOOO--the caretaker...accomodating and kind but dont expect english conversations withhh her. 15 mins from the heart(city) of seoul..u can use subway, taxi and bus.thanks IMO -fromm loren, wheng and eman..we're missing korea.. indeed...

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