Home to plenty of attractive places to stay, South Korea caters to budget conscious tourists and those wanting to splurge. From small traditional guesthouses known as hanoks, to local and global chains, here is a list of accommodation options for all types of travellers.
Amid a forest of ultra-modern skyscrapers, Gyeongwonjae Ambassador’s traditional building stands out from those surrounding it. Located at the heart of Songdo in Incheon — South Korea’s most advanced international city — the property is renowned for being the country’s finest hanok hotel and includes 30 guestrooms and suites.
Set among the lush green forests of Andong Gurume Resort is another South Korean property blending the old with the new. The traditional lodging facility was designed to resemble an ancient hanok village and contains seven standalone guesthouses that have all been lovingly restored and come with modern facilities such as their own bathroom, air-conditioning and high-tech security system.
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