Lotte Hotel World
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLotte Hotel World Seoul
A great hotel with its top floors inching skywards offering one of the most scenic views of Seoul. A shopping mall, skating rink and an amusement park a stones throw away makes this hotel a place that one would not want to leave. Lotte world mall a true shoppers delight offering a multi brand spread.
Great accomodation, each room designed with an eye for luxury and convenience. Top class hi-tech gadgets to suit any travellers demand and provide comfort. Loved the range of pillows ranging applications for sound sleep, headache, sprained neck and regular comfort.
A great place to stay wether you are travelling for pleasure or business.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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