SOUTH KOREA ACCOMMODATIONS
The properties throughout this itinerary were selected because of their unique sense of place and ideal locations, allowing you to enjoy each destination in comfort and style and explore it to the fullest.
Courtyard by Marriott Seoul Namdaemun
Seoul, South Korea (3 nights)
n a glass-fronted tower on a commercial city center street, this upscale hotel is 4 minutes' walk from Hoehyeon metro station and within 1 km of the Seoul Museum of Art. Contemporary rooms provide city views, flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi (fee), as well as minibars, and tea and coffeemakers.
Haeundae Grand Hotel
Busan, South Korea (2 nights)
Within a minute's walk from Haeundae Beach, this modern, upscale hotel with a glass facade is a 9-minute walk from Haeundae metro station. Featuring city or sea views, the bright, contemporary rooms include flat-screens and free Wi-Fi, plus sitting areas, and tea and coffeemakers. Amenities include a chic lobby lounge, a polished restaurant and a bakery. There's also a gym, a sauna and an indoor pool.
Gyeongju, South Korea (2 nights)
This upmarket hotel with views of the mountains and Bomunho lake is a 4-minute walk from the nearest bus station. Featuring high-end decor, the contemporary rooms and suites (non-smoking) offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and marble bathrooms, plus seating areas with sofas. Amenities include an art museum, event space and an outdoor pool, plus a gym, a squash court, and 6 upscale restaurants and bars. Breakfast is available for a fee.
Andong, South Korea (1 night)
Stay in a traditional Korean house. This is a unique opportunity to experience traditional Korean lifestyle and culture. The traditional houses available for hanok stays are decades to hundreds of years old. More info coming soon! Photo is an example of a typical hanok.