- Reviews: 622
Hanwha Resort Jeju: Family Apartment Style Resort
We spent 2 nights at this resort. It is 2 bedroom apartment. One bedroom with queen size bed and the other bedroom empty. There are lots of mattresses so you can sleep on the floor. Don't worry, all Korean houses and hotels have heated floor, and it is quite refreshing to sleep on the floor.<br/><br/>Very pleasant stay at Hanwha.
- Reviews: 5
Motel Bobos: Great value and location
Motel Bobos is a mid-range motel right in the heart of Jeju City. It's 40,000 Won per night, which is roughly $47 US. Rooms include bathroom/shower, air-con, minifridge, and television with about 70 channels. The rooms are very clean and comfortable. The staff is very friendly and you can check in just about anytime. There are also dozens of restaurants and bars within a couple blocks. Very convenient location. If this is within your budget, I would definitely recommend it.
- Reviews: 1
Let's go Jeju Guesthouse: Guesthouse in Jeju Island
After arriving Jeju, I asked travel Info desk lodging in the airport and they recommended me one. The guesthouse called ‘Letsgojeju’ was beyond my expectations. They picked me up at once and the house was cheap, clean and cozy. Most of all, the host and hostess were very kind and they can speak English and Chinese.
It has a beautiful garden where there are lots of herb. Various kinds of korean tea are always prepared for guests, so you can taste them at any time. <br/><br/>If nesessary, you can rent a cell phone during your trip.<br/><br/>Free pick up service.
- Reviews: 2712
HK Jeju: Hostel Korea in Jeju
Although it appears in some reservation sites as a budget accommodation, this is a hostel and has some hostel-like features, even if you are staying in a private rooms. This means that no towels are provided, toilet paper is only refilled upon request, drinking is not allowed in your room (it's OK in the community room however) and the free breakfast includes washing the dishes yourself. BTW, the free breakfast is basically toast with jam and a cup of coffee or tea. All as much as you want and surely better than nothing. And there is a laundry room which you can use for free on the fifth floor.<br/><br/>However, some other features are more hotel- than hostel like. The service at the reception is excellent, with professional information in good English (and you will learn how valuable that is on Jeju Island). There is a TV set, airconditioning and though the carpet in the staircase is not, the rooms are clean.<br/><br/>Generally a good choice, especially for budget travellers. It's surely among the cheapest you can get on Jeju Island. However, you have to prepare that some things are still old YHA-style and that having a beer in the evening with the travel buddies you just met in the very same building may be cancelled as the tiny community room is full with two dining families.
- Reviews: 3
all budget hotels: Foreigner tax?!
I'm getting a tour to Jeju from a Japanese company (I'm living in Japan now). One week before departure they told us that Jeju hotels charge an extra fee (5000 yen, about $45) for non-Korean, non-Japanese guests. I never heard of this before, anywhere! Is this for real, or am I being ripped off? Anyone know?
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