Hotel Queen Incheon Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Queen Incheon Airport
Just stayed the night but I liked the proximity to the airport (about 10-15 minutes depending on traffic) and to the train station which we took to Seoul (about a 45 minute ride). The hotel provided free transportation to and from the airport. The hotel was conveniently located near a 7-11 and some small restaurants and cafes. The rooms were dated, spacious, but very clean. We stayed in a suite with 2 queen beds.
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