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  • Cleanliness 7.5
  • Facilities 10.0
  • Location 6.1
  • Room Comfort/Standard 6.9
  • Service 7.2
  • Value for money 7.8
  • Food/Dining 6.0
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ANANTANATE from Thailand
Solo traveler
Stayed 2 nights in March 2012
you get what you pay
far from subway
It is quite far from subway and difficult to get there, I finally have to ask people around. She didn't know where it is and has to call for direction.
Reviewed March 20, 2012

clark from United States
Stayed one night in March 2012
typical korean motel
it's your typical korean motel. i think you can get rooms by the hour there. the room was clean and it had some nice features. the bed was typicaly hard like most korean beds. there was a nice large screen tv and computers in the room. it wasn't bad for a night but i wouldn't want to spend several days there.
Reviewed March 15, 2012

clark from United States
Solo traveler
Stayed one night in February 2012
clean and cheap
price, bath tub
It's what you expect for a 2 star hotel. The rooms are ok but a little dated. Everything was clean. I checked in really late with no problem and checked out late as well. There is a nice 2 person whirlpool tub and a large screen tv. The hotel staff doesn't speak English well but if you say Agoda they know. It's a little hard to find at first. If you get to Kkachisan station go to the signal light make a right and go up the hill. cross the street at the top of the hill and continue walking the same direction until you come to some stairs leading to an alley. The hotel is right at the end.
Reviewed February 17, 2012

clark from United States
Solo traveler
Stayed one night in January 2012
Good for a short get away
Big screen tv 2 person bathtub
The rooms are pretty good sized. There is a nice large screen tv and 2 computers in the room. The bed was a little hard but I slept well the furniture is a little dated but everything was clean. There is a seperate shower and bath. The tub is a 2 person whirlpool tub which I especialy liked. Good place for a romantic get away.
Reviewed February 02, 2012

Peter from Australia
Solo traveler
Stayed 3 nights in December 2011
'Love Hotel' suitable for anyone
Good sized room; picked up and dropped off at nearby Kkachisan subway station; provided Wi-Fi on request.
Good sized room that could have been cleaner - it was quite dusty. They also did not make-up the room on the second and third night, but then to compensate, and on being pressed, gave a rate discount on the fourth and fifth night. The bed was hard (common in Korea) and became particularly noticeable after a few nights. Only one of the staff spoke any appreciable English, which was a bit frustrating. The hotel is not in a touristy area, but once you are on the subway it is only about 30 minutes to most places in central Seoul.
Reviewed January 11, 2012

clark from United States
Business traveler
Stayed one night in December 2011
not bad price
For the price it's a good deal. Not near any sight seeing and about 10 minute walk from subway. The rooms are ok. Clean but kind of run down. The furniture is dated and worn but there is a nice large screen tv. The bath room has seperate shower and 2 person whirlpool bath. There are plenty of restaraunts in the area so eating is not a problem. Not a bad place for a night or two but nothing longer. There isn't a lot of room for luggage and things.
Reviewed December 16, 2011

clark from United States
Stayed one night in December 2011
Nice for romance
Big whirpool tub and large tv
A nice version of your typical Korean love motel. The rooms are good sized and clean. The furiture is a little worn but ok. There are 2 computers in the room not the fastest but they work. I really like the large tv and the two person whirlpool bath. It's not a place you would want to stay for long term but a nice weekend getaway would be fine. A good place for romance which is what it was designed for. For a short stay and for the price it's a really good deal.
Reviewed December 07, 2011

clark from United States
Solo traveler
Stayed one night in November 2011
Nice for romance
big tv 2 person tub
It's actually a motel but it has a lot of features that most hotels don't. There is a large screen tv and a 2 person whirlpool tub. The rooms aren't large but comfortable. The rooms look a little worn but are clean. It's a little bit out of the way but not to far from the Kkachisan subway station. I think it would be a good place for a romantic weekend.
Reviewed November 23, 2011

clark from United States
Business traveler
Stayed one night in November 2011
Really a motel but it was clean and comfortable
location and price
it's really a motel. the rooms aren't bad sized and the features are better than higher priced hotels. i liked the large 2 person jacuzzi in the bathroom and the large screen tv. the airconditioning was turned off so i had to open a window because it was kind of warm. the beds are ok not great but i slept well. the biggest draw back is that it isn't easy to find.
Reviewed November 18, 2011

Sung from Hong Kong
Solo traveler
Stayed 2 nights in October 2011
Cheap motel but not convenient
Cheap and friendly staff
The price is relatively cheap in Seoul for living. Staffs are nice and friendly but they don't speak English well. The motel is usually used for couple to have romance so that it is well "decorated" and provide a pack of items for it. It is appreciated that all the drinks in refrigerator are free.
Reviewed October 17, 2011


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