Ramada Hotel and Suites Seoul Namdaemun
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Hotel and Suites Seoul Namdaemun
A huge room that was designed as a suite. Somewhat outdated. Staff helpful and speaks passable English. Close to Namdaemun and Seoul train station. It is a decent hotel.
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Our last day on tour started with a stop to view the ski jumping arena. Then it's off to a fish market to see all kinds of things being sold from puffer fish,octopus, many types of crab, shellfish from scallops to unknown snails and fish of all sizes and shapes.
We then went to walk down the hill on Seorak mountain along a very scenic stream …
We arrived in Seoul, the airport in Icheon happens to be an hour away by train. Good thing the hotel was only a few minutes away from the train station by taxi. The room we have used to be a suite, there is a huge fridge and a washing machine in the room!
Hotel is located close to a market and we found a little loca restaurant to have our …
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