InterContinental Alpensia Pyeongchang Resort

Address: 325, Solbong-ro, Yongsan-ri, Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang, 25351, Korea Rep. | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 325, Solbong-ro, Yongsan-ri, Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center
        • Bar/lounge


        • Wheelchair accessibility


        • Suites

        TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Alpensia Pyeongchang Resort

        Reviewed by tanglt

        Great room, no free Wifi is unbelievable

        Reviewed May 21, 2015
        by (31 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

        Nice new hotel in the heart of the 2018 winter Olympics venue. Only hotel in Korea that charge for Wi fi, disappointing for a 5 star hotel. Room was very nice, one of the best. Most of the shops are already closed when we arrive at 8pm.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews InterContinental Alpensia Pyeongchang Resort

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Pyeongchang

        Dec 2012- Day 5- Chuncheon Myeongdong & Alpensia

        A travel blog entry by sc_myinitial on Dec 06, 2012

        21 photos

        ... for our 3 nights stay. For more photos and review, check out: eviews-g612377-d1511592-r147976454-Holi day_Inn_and_Suites_Alpensia_Pyeongchang _Suite-Pyeongchang_gun_Gangwon_d.html#R EVIEWS

        **It was freezing cold so we didn't go out after we had settled in the suites. Daddy LO cooked dinner for us and we had a good time eating and chatting away.

        Winter Wonderland in Korea

        A travel blog entry by jojobee6 on Dec 21, 2010

        3 comments, 62 photos

        ... pie. A huge success and….relief that it was all over!

        The next weekend, my friend MJ, and I headed to YongPyong Ski resort. This resort has apparently built a reputation for excellence among skiers and tourists all over the world, having successfully hosted the World Cup Ski Competition in 1998 and 2000, as well as the Winter Asian Games in 1999. It leading the way as a close runner up to be in the world's spotlight as the main site for ...

        Flirting with the City and a little bit of Ski :)

        A travel blog entry by jgrayjoseph on Nov 30, 2009

        26 photos

        ... from my house. The trip through the park was fun and definatly provided amusement as we watched some Koreans in their early 20s playing on the worlds dirtiest looking and slowest little animal rides-and they were having so much fun. So of course we decided to take some pictures and cackle whilst watching them in awe! haha. The park was really cute and we ended up taking the cable car up to Daegu Tower with its 202meters to take in the city views. They ...

        I heart mountains

        A travel blog entry by vivtong on Aug 20, 2008

        4 photos

        ... horrible on Friday, Korea National Day, celebrating 60 years of the Japanese leaving Korea. So our plan for the beach was DASHED. Well, we went over to have a gander anyway, and were pretty unimpressed to be honest. It was reaaaaaally crowded, the sand was actually grit / shingle, and you could only venture about 3m into the water where you hit the net ...

        East versus West. The cultural Battles.

        A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Apr 04, 2008

        7 photos

        ... a military feel to it. As if to compound this feeling everyone suddenly rose from their seats with their hands on their hearts as the national anthem played over the tanoy system. After the anthem finished the teachers then all began to chant in unison like some form of military parade. Everyone then sat back down and the principal began his second speech.
        On many occasions I couldn't help but notice my name mixed in with the Korean language which was often ...