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The hotel was fabulous and the Super friendly staff are there 24 hours to help. One thing to take note is that, you have to climb a big flight of stairs when you exit from the subway and the Housekeeping is not 24 hours but...More
It's one of those basic hotels, but feels like you are given more than what you paid for. The rooms are spacious enough, has all the things you would basically need, and a spacious bathroom too. It's the kind of hotel you wouldn't stay the...More
On the second leg of our trip, I booked Youngbin Hotel for 3 nights for my husband and myself. Because we intended to be out sightseeing for entire days, we decided not to book a luxury hotel since we would only be staying in the...More
This property is very well located, in a shopping area, easily accessible by subway, near a bus stop to the airport, large rooms, good hot shower, air condition, all amenities, elevator, FREE laundry machine to serve the customers and a great FREE sauna for the...More
This hotel is very close to Dongdaemun Historical Park (exit 5). Just right after you exit the station, you'll see the hotel on your left across the street behind "The Designer" hotel. Walk through the alley. One extra point is that there is 7eleven on...More
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I think it is safe for a woman to walk back to the hotel late at night. Over the day we have been there, I did not see any rowdy people. I even see women walking alone. The alley is just really near the main road. I never... More
I think it is safe for a woman to walk back to the hotel late at night. Over the day we have been there, I did not see any rowdy people. I even see women walking alone. The alley is just really near the main road. I never felt like it was dangerous there or anything.