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When I booked late and had to take Korean Air with a stopover on the way to London I was only happy with the price of my flights, but soon after disembarking in Seoul my opinion soon changed. I was picturing some sordid place in the noisy city, but we were herded onto a bus and to the Hyatt hotel! The room was lovely with a giant fluffy bed, robe, …
The 8th of March we flew to Holland. We flew with Korean Airlines, not only the cheapest flight we could find but it must also rate as one of the most comfortable ones. We arrived in Seoul at about 6 oclock, were treated to a 3 course dinner, had a very luxery room in the Hyatt and a absolutely fantastic breakfast the next day after which they took …
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Earlier reviewers had it exactly right: this is a fantastic hotel, except for the surprisingly average rooms and the inconvenient location. I stayed there for 4 nights in November 2005, with a standard room. If you want to stay in a luxurious hotel, not walk around much, take taxis, go to the bar, enjoy the views, and just crash in your room, it might fit your bill.
Awful Honeymoon Evening
We wanted to stay at the best hotel in Seoul for our honeymoon. We were sadly disappointed. Although we specifically noted on the reservation that it was our honeymoon and wanted a quiet room, we got a room near the elevators and were awaken by loud laughter in the hallway at two in the morning. To top it off, the bed was incredibly uncomfortable. The supposed "double-bed" was basically two twin beds put together side by side and covered with a thin sheet. What was to be the best night of our lives turned out to be the worst. We will never stay at the Hyatt ever again.
I have little to add to the excellent previous comments, but I will sum up a few things:
I am a business traveller and have stayed at pretty much all 5-stars in Seoul (both north and south of river) for an extended time. Grand Hyatt is at the top of the list for most categories, but decidedly inferior in one.
Excellent luxurious hotel
My husband and I stayed at the Grand Hyatt and enjoyed the superb service, amenities, and clean, comfortable room. We stayed on the business floor and enjoyed a gourmet breakfast each morning. The room was immaculate and had the amenities you would expect in a high-end hotel (cotton sheets, duvet, robes, entertainment system). The lounge and nightclub were fantastic. The pool area was very nice but got very crowded.
The Grand Hyatt in Seoul is a great hotel, even for the most discerning traveler. They have beautiful facilities, and a gym that real people from Seoul pay good money to belong to. If it's warm outside, you can enjoy an area with pools and nice landscaping. They also have grass tennis courts.
The better hotel in seoul
This is THE one in Seoul.
Have tried several 4 and 5 star hotels in town but none offers you the peace, view, comfort, service, facilities and choice of decent restaurants and bars you'll find at the Hyatt.
The clientele is also a notch above the rest (mix of upper grade expats, diplomats, locals and traveling execs).
Have been there several times now and am not going to change and wil be back next month.