Jeju Palace Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Jeju Palace Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Jeju Palace Hotel Jeju City
Travel Blogs from Jeju City
... Well Jeju is a very popular honeymoon location and Love Land is therefore popular with newly weds looking to get frisky? Half way through the park there is a building with some even stranger smaller models and I suspect a very popular Ann Summers style shop. In true South Korean fashion no detail was spared with the arrows on the pavements being large penis’ to the toilet door handles being a pair of boobs and a large penis. This is one seriously odd ...
They say it's Hawaii here but…where is the sun? Well the weather was not great but not that bad either. The first couple of days I could go around the island. Then, when it rained too much I stayed at the hostel and got some rest. I was actually pretty tired, I would almost say a little bit travelled-off, so it was a good thing.
Jeju is a volcanic island. The main crater stands in the middle but there is lots and lots of small ones all over the island. I went to ...
... right and there it was. However, once again not much information when I asked about one of the guesthouses that was advertised. Off I went along the harbour with lots of motels but no Yellow Guest House in site. When I reached the end of the harbour I turned back and decided to go into the very posh Ramada and ask for help. One of the young ladies spoke English and the other looked up the ...
... to 001-1588-7715
Korean: send 제주 to 001-1588-7715
Cost per each SMS sent: KW 150 (.15 cents)
You can also vote for Jeju Island by calling 001-1588-7715, listening to the message, and entering 7715. Cost per call: KW 180 (.18 cents).
Voting ends Nov 11, 2011
There is also a ...
... with a massive golden (and gaudy, ironically) Buddha. Then on the other side of the road is the coast, which has more volcanic scenery. Well, some volcanic scenery that isn't marred by dilapidated fair rides and a reconstructed Dutch schooner (but more cartoonish). The carnival rides are rusted and standard fare, while the schooner is actually meant to be a historical exhibit, even though it's a bit Jolly Roger from Peter pan. It ...