Holiday Inn And Suites Alpensia Pyeongchang Suite

Address: 225-3 Yongsan-ri, Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang, 232-952, Korea Rep. | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 225-3 Yongsan-ri, Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang.
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    Travel Blogs from Pyeongchang

    Pheonix Park Ski Trip

    A travel blog entry by helen87 on Jan 01, 2012

    9 photos

    Ski trip with Adventure Korea for Lunar New Year 2012. The resort is one of the most popular in Korea, with slopes for all levels of expertise.

    Adventure Korea organise discounted trips around Korea and to nearby countries. They arranged everything from ski rentals to accommodation (Korean style!).

    Winter Wonderland in Korea

    A travel blog entry by jojobee6 on Dec 21, 2010

    3 comments, 62 photos

    ... Olympics in 2010, but trying again for 2018. We stopped in Gangneug on the way to the resort, as the buses stopped running by the time we arrived on Friday and stayed stayed in a hotel suite with a beach front view and spent the evening lighting fireworks we bought from the corner store. After a 20 minute commute to the resort, we were greeted by chaos and mass confusion in the lodge, but after a mere 2 hours, we were sorted with rental clothing, skis, ...

    I heart mountains

    A travel blog entry by vivtong on Aug 20, 2008

    4 photos

    ... keeping out all the jellyfish and other horrible sea-monsters.
    Stayed in a so-called youth hostel in the Seorak-dong, about 15 minutes walk from the national park. Although to be honest it was not really a youth hostel at all, more like a hotel. Got a 'traditional korean' room which basically means you sleep on the floor on thin little mattresses. It ...

    Off to Gangneung

    A travel blog entry by nancy295 on May 28, 2007

    ... us. She told me it was the hardest surface she had ever slept on! Next morning we had our first "Western" breakfast in awhile. We enjoyed cereal in milk with juice. Amy also had the yogurt which she said was delicious. Meanwhile our hosts had rice with a pork and kim chee stew that did smell delicious. What a good nutritious start for children in the morning. I felt like I was cheating having sugar sweetened cereal after the rice and soup ...

    Korea, Adieu... For Now

    A travel blog entry by jjswitzer on Aug 21, 2006

    ... alot of respect amongst the teachers, Korean or otherwise. Another guy, who at first I thought was a serial killer but turned out to be nice, went by taxi into town every night for drinks. There were some gems in the rough among the students, teachers and the week did turn out for the better. Some highlights: the Frisbee skills shown by some of the students, the full moon skinny dip in the stream, e-mail requests from the students, the plays, the songs and the ...