Value Score No Data
Good For Families
Need a kitchen? Try this...
Whether you are coming to Seoul on business or vacation, with family or alone... Han Suites might offer exactly the service you are looking for.
Established in 2002, Han Suites offers a total of 120 completely furnished rooms including (and this makes the difference to common hotels) a fully equipped kitchen(ette) plus dishwasher.
In the heart of Seoul, close to Chungmuro subway station, a 10-minute walk from Myeongdong (the famous shopping and entertainment hub), Namdaemun market and the Seoul Tower cable car.
Rates per night
a) Studio Deluxe I (80,000 KRW)
b) Studio Deluxe II (95,000 KRW)
c) Studio Executive (110,000 KRW)
d) Studio Premier (130,000 KRW)
e) One Bedroom Deluxe (155,000 KRW)
f) Two Bedroom Deluxe (175,000 KRW)
g) Two Bedroom Executive (200,000 KRW)
h) Two Bedroom Premier (250,000 KRW)
Starting from room A, the apartments are getting bigger with the increasing rate.
All Studios include a double bed, kitchenette and breakfast table. Starting from Executive you also have a separate sofa to watch TV.
As the name already indicates, the one bedroom suite has, in addition to the living area, a separate bedroom.
The two bedroom suite is obviously something for families.
For that money it beats every hotel in town, especially considering its convenient location.
Check out the homepage for further details, pictures and reservations.
Directions: Take exit no.4 from Chungmuro station.
From the airport: take airport bus no. 605 or 605-1 and get off at Myeongdong.
Han Suites also offer pick-up services.
More about Han Suites Serviced Residences Seoul
Hello, my wife and I will be in Korea for 2 1/2 weeks this June (2 weeks in Busan attending a conference and 4 days in Seoul. We were thinking of staying in a serviced apartment in Seoul. We did this last year in Bangkok and it worked out very well. I have seen the Han Suites mentioned a few times, but was not sure if this was in a good location. Are there any other options in other parts of town? What would be a good location to stay, Central, Itaewon, Myeong-dong? We'd like to spend about $100US per night and be centrally located. Thanks for the help.
RE: Serviced Apartments?
No need to post so often... we see you! ;-)
I can only agree with olddude.
Han Suites is very central, just a few steps from Chungmuro subway station, a 10-minute walk to Myeongdong (the center of shopping and entertainment), Namdaemun market and the cable car to Seoul Tower.
If you need a kitchen and don't wanna stay at a guesthouse, Han Suites is the place to go.
RE: RE: Serviced Apartments?
Yes, apologies about the multiple posts; overly agressive with the send button on my part. You and olddude have been most helpful. Han Suites sounds pretty good. Have you heard anything about Vabien II Hotel? It's located just west of City Hall.
Popular Hotels in Seoul
1 Songong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul
199-33 Eulgiro 2-ga, Jung-Gu, Seoul
19-3 Banpo-dong Seocho-gu, Seoul
202, 2-Ga Jangchung-Dong Chung-Ku,, Jung-gu, Seoul
Explore the World
- Westin Galeria Plaza
- Savages Hotel
- Villas By The Sea
- Casa Maya Cancun
- Best Western Amrutha Castle
- Hilton Hua Hin
- Iberostar Tucan Hotel
- Hotel Nesrine
- Seaview Patong Hotel
- Hotel81 - Joo Chiat
- Renaissance Phuket Resort and Spa
- Santa Barbara Golf & Ocean Club
- Grande Shores Ocean Resort
- Rainbow Pacific Suites Hotel