Lotte City Hotel Gimpo Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLotte City Hotel Gimpo Airport Seoul
I arrived at Gimpo Airport at 22:30, so I chose this hotel. I was very happy to have a big bathtub to refresh my body. I recommend this hotel for travelers who arrive late or depart early.
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