Mar 2, 2020 - Mar 3, 2020

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As the capital of South Korea, Seoul is a vibrant, international city that sees millions of tourists each year who flock to the region to experience rich culture, sample exotic cuisine, and attend world-class sporting events. It is among the most affluent cities in Asia and is famed for hosting the Olympic Games in 1998. Tourists will find a wide selection of accommodations in Seoul, ranging from quaint and cosy to opulent and expensive. The priciest accommodations are generally found in central Seoul, where most of the city's main tourist attractions are located.

Where to Stay in Seoul

The most popular places to stay in Seoul are the neighbourhoods situated to the north of the Ham River near Nam Mountain: Insadong, Itaewon, and Myeongdong. Travellers looking to experience Seoul's buzzing nightlife and shopping scene will want to head to the neighbourhood of Myeongdong, situated in the city's centre. Savory Hotel is located here and offers modern, clean rooms at a budget-friendly price.

Those who want to sample exquisite Korean cuisine and visit the city's many art galleries will find it all in Insadong. Hotel Aventree, which boasts clean, modern guest rooms, is a great mid-range choice for travellers staying in this part of the city. For a true feel of Seoul's international culture, you'll want to stay in Itaewon. Here, you'll find restaurants serving up dishes from around the world and catering to English-speaking patrons. You'll also find comfortable mid-range accommodations such as the Hamilton Hotel, which is conveniently located near Itaewon subway stop.

Cheap Hotels in Seoul

Seoul is home to a number of cheap accommodation options, many of which can be found in the city's Angkuk district. Another inexpensive option for inexpensive accommodation in Seoul is to book a stay in a shared room at one of the city's bathhouses (jimjilbangs). A few chain hotels offer cheap rates during the off-peak season; they include the Best Western New Seoul Hotel and the Ramada Hotel and Suites Seoul Namdaemun.

Unique Hotels in Seoul

So nicknamed by locals for their popularity among young couples, Seoul's famed "love motels" are an over-the-top experience that can't be had anywhere else in the world. For budget-minded or last-minute travellers, love hotels also offer an inexpensive alternative to chain hotels, as they are locally owned and do not require reservations. Popular love hotels in Seoul include: K-POP Hotel Seoul Station, situated approximately 10 kilometres from Jamsil Sports Complex; R Hotel Seoul, located in the Yeongdeungpo district; and Cozy Theme, located near Gapyeong subway station.

Luxury Hotels in Seoul

Among Seoul's popular luxury offerings are the Grand Hyatt, located on the Hannam 2-Dong, the JW Marriott in Gangnam, and the Hilton Seoul, which is situated next to the Namdaemun Market. These hotels offer upscale Western-style guest rooms with carpeted floors, raised beds, and desks with chairs. Other luxury hotels in Seoul worth considering are the chic Mercure Seoul Ambassador Gangname Sodowe, the scenic Lotte Hotel Seoul, and the upmarket Imperial Palace Seoul.

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Anna Phillips
Anna Phillips

You should really go to Namsan tower for the view of the city it’s best at night, see the cherry blossoms in the right season, hang around Han river and eat chicken there, have fun at the pc bangs and the big malls anyway there is anything you want there ! And the food is amazing !! Try as much as you can to eat local food, you won’t be disappointed!

You B
You B

I’m from korea- if you are foodie, love some trendy clothings- you will love Korea

Hahmoni White
Hahmoni White

Absolutely amazing for any ages, travelling around is dirt cheap and everyone is friendly


Very cheap eats and everyone is very patient with you if you don't speak Korean! Very safe area, many neighborhood filled with people even late at night so it never is dangerous. People tend to leave you alone and mind their own business but will always be ready to help! The subway is the best way to get around Seoul as it goes everywhere, even outside the city and it is very cheap so utilize KakaoMetro in the play store because it helps you navigate the metro very easily !! The picture below is of the bridge near Dongdaemun Market !!


The least expensive month is November, with an average of C$82 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Seoul is March, with an average price of C$154 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was C$140 per night. This is 9% more than the average nightly price of C$127 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Seoul, the expected average temperature in February is 0.9°C/33.5°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 29.7°C/85.5°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -5.7°C/21.7°F.
The nearest airport to Seoul is Seoul Gimpo (GMP) (17.07km). Other nearby airports include: Seoul Incheon Int'l (47.76km)

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