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This is probably my 6th stay at the hotel and the service was consistently good. I think I was given the same room I stayed in 2 years ago , making the stay more pleasant and familiar. Breakfast spread was the same as before but...More
I booked a room through hotels dot com and requested a room with wheelchair accessible bathroom for Oct. 9-13th of 2017. They told me they never received a request for accessible bathroom and refuse to give me an accessible room. They told me since I...More
We always use Toyoko Inn when we are in Phnom Penh on business, so we decided to use Toyoko Inn in Seoul too.
Location was perfect, as we had business in Dongdaemun market area, and airport limousine bus has a bus stop located right in...More
I have stayed at Toyoko Inns before. This one is similar to all Toyoko Inns - clean, with easy access to the subway. Very reasonable price. The best thing is that the airport bus stop is right in front of the hotel, and the buses...More
I left a fairly good review on my first visit, but my second visit was completely ruined by a nasty attitude staff. I booked a hotel with my credit card guarantee, however, I was told from the staff that my room had been canceled due...More
For shopping enthusiasts, Dongdaemun is a must visit. Enormous shopping centres – stacked with multiple levels of boutique and independent shops – offer the latest in Korean fashion, cosmetics, accessories, and other goods while prices are relatively low. The night shopping (between late night and early morning) is particularly well known here, making Dongdaemun a place where you can literally shop until you drop. If
fashion isn't what you’re looking for, the long-running wholesale markets nearby sell everything from cloth to utensils at lower prices. The rows of food stalls that set up at night ensure shoppers get refueled, and foodies will enjoy checking out nearby Sindang-dong’s Tteokbokki Town as well as some non-Korean offerings from the Central Asian Village near Dongdaemun.