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Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

This two stars motel is very close to Hyundai Beach. Only 2-3 minutes of walking distance. And from the metro station it's another 4-5 minutes of walk. In a word, perfect placement.
Looks very tidy. Best value for what you're paying for. I'm traveling solo and no problem so far.

Stayed: August 2016, travelled solo
Thank Asaduz Z
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Reviewed 15 September 2015 via mobile

easy to find , get off subway turn first right on the Main Street, at the end of second block , can't miss it as it looks like a Disney castle with turrets. Decor very old fashioned but well maintained. Huge room , great comfy bed ,TV, fridge, good air con , good shower,location perfect 5 mins from Main Street so no noise and 5 mins walk to beach and subway, was 1/4 of price of everywhere else we looked at .

Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
Thank Explorer810742
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Reviewed 29 October 2013

Me and my husband traveled down to Busan for the annual Fireworks festival and decided to stay over at the Inca motel. Its pretty easy to get lost finding it as its right in the middle of a few hotels on the back roads, but we took a taxi from the station and he seemed to find it easy enough.

My first impression of the hotel was that it was sketchy. When we first came in, the receptionist was covered behind a frosted glass wall. We had to bend down to look through the tiny hole to speak to her. The keys are simple metal keys with giant red key holders, and can be a pain to carry around.

The room itself was okay... but at first we thought we had walked into a room that hadn't been finished. They don't really make the bed, just fold the blanket next to it which I thought was weird. There is a computer in the room which is nice, but the keyboard was absolutely filthy, and the internet didn't seem to work anyway. The TV was huge, and they gave you a care package full of facial masks which was nice, and also they ask you when you would like breakfast served. Turns out breakfast is mostly a couple of sandwiches picked up at the local convenience store, but it was still nice that they brought it to the room.

They have rooms with balconies and ones that do not have balconies. We picked one with and honestly, I don't think it makes a difference. No matter what, you are looking out onto a side street. No real view. Save the extra money for something else.

It is however, really close to the subway and Haeundae beach which was nice.

Overall, it had a lot of cons and a few pros. Would I come again? No, probably not. Just seemed a bit too sketchy.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Vanessa H
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Reviewed 2 September 2013

One of the strangest things for checking in and checking out and otherwise communicating with the front desk was that you had to literally kneel down to peek through about a 6 inch window and communicate with the person who barely spoke English. And she herself was actually bending down to pick back through the same hole to talk to you. Breakfast every morning was handed to me in a plastic bag by a phantom woman who I actually never saw because she just put her arm around the door and handed it to me. And the breakfast was an egg sandwich with a small slice of bologna on white bread and a box orange juice. This was for six mornings in a row exactly the same thing. The only light in the room was about 150 W bulb at the top of the ceiling with no bedside lamps or other means to reduce the brightness of the room--choice of room illumination was either high noon bright or pitch black midnight..

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled on business
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Thank Patty6-13
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Reviewed 29 June 2013 via mobile

The hotel itself is ok. But it was so much harder to find than it should have been. The hotel sign is in Korean, be sure to look for the initials I.N inside a sun and that's the hotel. Oh and it also looks like a castle out of rapunzel.

  • Stayed: June 2013
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1  Thank ElisaP105
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