Hotels in Seoul

If you’re looking for hotels in Seoul then you’ve come to the right place! Hotels in Seoul can be difficult to find, so we have searched all of Seoul’s hotels in order to bring you the very best, particularly when it comes to group travel. Along with hotels in Seoul we have also provided the best nearby attractions to help you along the way. Before we get you there, though, let’s take a quick look at some background information regarding the city itself.

Seoul, the capital and largest metropolis in South Korea, has a population of around 10 million people. Founded in 18 BCE, the city sits along the Han River and is surrounded by mountains and hills. Seoul’s five UNESCO Heritage sites include Changdeok Palace, Hwaseong Fortress, Jongmyo Shrine, Namhansanseong and the Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty. With a GDP at about $636 billion, the city ranks as the 4th largest metropolitan economy, trailing only Tokyo, New York City and Los Angeles. Seoul’s high temperatures range from around 85 degrees Fahrenheit in August to around 35 degrees in January. Other major points of interest include Gangnam, Yeouido, Lotte World Tower, Sungnyemun, Deoksugung, Dongdaemun Design Plaza, National Museum of Korea, National Palace Museum of Korea, Gyeongbokgung, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Bukchon Hanok Village, Namsangol Hanok Village, War Memorial, Seodaemun Prison, Seoul Museum of Art, Ilmin Museum of Art, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Myeongdong Cathedral, Namsan Park, Hangang Park, Lotte World, Seoul Olympic Stadium, Seoul World Cup Stadium and Jamsil Baseball Stadium. Seoul’s major international airport is Incheon International Airport, which has been ranked as the world’s best airport for nearly 15 years, and it’s fast speed train system is the KTX. Now that we have a little backgound information on the city, let’s get you to hotels in Seoul that we think you are going to love!




The Classic 500 Pentaz

90, Neungdong-ro

Hotels in Seoul

What’s around?

The Classic 500 Pentaz offers spacious and modern suites, free WiFi, a seasonal outdoor pool, city views, flat-screen TVs, safes, wine cellars, large seating areas, washing machines, a fitness center, a sauna and spa, indoor golf, massage services and luggage storage. Nearby you’ll find Songhwasan City (restaurant), Konkuk University, The Booth Gundae (bar), Mix Lounge (cocktail bar), Fiesta 2 Swingdance Bar, Kaleo Coffee (cafe), Breeze V’s Cafe Konkuk Store, Mouse Rabbit Coffee, Bistco Health (gym), Starbucks and more.

Approximate cost per night: $308

Cost per person (five people): $62

Marriott Executive Apartment

8, Yeoui-daero, Yeoungdeungpo-gu

Hotels in Seoul

What’s in the area?

Featuring an indoor pool, a fitness center, a spa, a cafe, free parking, lounge areas, flat-screen TVs, fully-equipped kitchens, laundry facilities, a mini golf course and a kids room, Marriott Executive Apartment is found close to Ssangdaepo (Korean restaurant), Bath Burger, Lamousine Yeouido (mutton barbecue restaurant), Tenuto (cocktail bar), Bar Glenwood, Republique (bar), MarkT (cocktail bar), Jubean Coffee and more.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom executive suite): $405

Cost per person (four people): $102





Grand Mercure Ambassador Hotel

95, Cheongpa-ro 20-gil

Hotels in Seoul

Seoul Dragon City

With yoga and Pilates studios, a fitness center, an indoor golf range, fully-equipped kitchens, a breakfast buffet and various entertainment venues, Grand Mercure Ambassador Hotel and Residences Seoul Yongsan is 5-star, pet-friendly hotel that can be found in the vicinity of Soothe (Chinese restaurant), Boombox Beer (bar), Neat Bar, Paik’s Coffee (cafe), The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Roji Coffee, Oats Coffee, Fritz Coffee, Ediya Coffee Mapo and more.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe two-bedroom suite): $425

Cost per person (four people): $107



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Oakwood Premier Coex Center

46, Teheran-ro 87-gil

Hotels in Seoul

Gangnam Business Area

Oakwood Premier Coax Center has 5-star accommodations with an indoor pool, indoor screen golf, a golf center, fully-equipped kitchens, open bar counters, washing machines, a lounge, dry cleaning services, a business center, a 24-hour front desk, free parking and free WiFi. Nearby are Table 34 (French restaurant), Hakone (Japanese restaurant), Grand Kitchen (buffet restaurant), The Brasserie (restaurant), Louis Bar, Tiger Lair (cocktail bar), Tokyo Jazz Club (live music bar), The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, The Korean Traditional Crafts School, Megabox (movie theater), SM Town Theatre and more.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom superior apartment): $357

Cost per person (four people): $90 US 728 x 90 NEW ARRIVALS WOMEN FW19/20 SAVE UP TO 30%


Boutique Hotel Loft

72, Seonyudong 2-ro

Hotels in Seoul

Heart of Seoul

Boutique Hotel Loft has a private restaurant, free WiFi, air conditioning, hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs, seating areas, complimentary beverages, a 24-hour front desk, a tour desk, luggage storage, dry-cleaning services, free laundry service and airport shuttle services. Close you’ll see Tamna Fish Market (restaurant), Souppure (restaurant), Dan San Salon (bar), Longtime No Sea (bar), El Cafe Coffee Roasters and more.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $382

Cost per person (six people): $64





Orakai Insadong Suites

18, Insadong 4-gil

Hotels in Seoul

What’s going on?

Offering fully-equipped kitchens, satellite TVs, an indoor swimming pool, a fitness center, sauna facilities, spacious apartments, wooden flooring, washing machines and central air conditioning and heating, Orakai Insadong Suites is located near Osegye Hyang (vegan restaurant), Hangwachae (vegan restaurant), Indoro Restaurant (Indian restaurant), Brew 3.14 (bar), Goose Island Brewhouse, Peulaenjeu (bar), Nest of Goose (bar), JJOCCO COFFEE and more.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom deluxe apartment): $207

Cost per person (four people): $52



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I’m Green Boutique House

4, Seongbuk-ro 23na

Hotels in Seoul

And here?

With a sun terrace, air conditioning, free WiFi, hairdryers, a shared lounge, a shared kitchen, an on-site coffee house and daily breakfast, I’m Green Boutique House sits close to Dining in Space (modern French restaurant), Kail (Indian restaurant), Persian Palace Restaurant, 22100 Bistro (sake lounge), Mix & Malt (bar), German House (bar), The Griffin Bar, Charles H. (bar), Cobbler (cocktail bar), La Bar, La Cle (jazz bar), Live Jazz Club, The Lounge and more.

Approximate cost per night (maisonette): $250

Cost per person (ten people): $25




And there they are, hotels in Seoul that are perfect for your South Korea trip. We hope you have found this information valuable and most importantly, that you enjoy your time in Asia!

14 Replies to “Hotels in Seoul”

  1. Almost half of my Facebook friends are Filipina who loves traveling to South Korea. Maybe it can be attributed to their fondness of Korean TV novelas, they want to see those places they’re seeing on TV. And they do not travel alone but by the group so these penthouses in Seoul you’ve shared maybe the exact penthouses they need. I will be sharing this article on Facebook and let’s see how they’ll like the choices.

    One of these days, I also want to visit Seoul not for telenovelas but for the reason that I want to seek business partners there. I’m planning to start a new pharmaceutical marketing company and one of my choices for sourcing are Korean companies. So, maybe one of these days, I will be checking-in in one of these hotels you’ve shared.

    1. Gomer thank you so much for your consideration! Good luck with your pharmaceutical marketing company start-up and happy travels out there 🙂

  2. Thank you so much for the post!  I was literally telling my wife last night that we should visit Seoul next year!  Super odd that I come across this site,so it’s probably a sign we should go!  Do you know if either of the hotels listed here are pet friendly?  We have a cat that goes with us everywhere, and I would like to bring her with us on our trip there.

  3. Woah! From the pictures you provided, these hotels look more of a luxurious apartment than an actual hotel. I am actually really impressed. Not to mention, the price ranges that they offer, they’re actually really affordable compared to some EU and PR prices. I’m bookmarking this article just in case for future references. 

  4. The first thing I look at when looking for a hotel is if it has WI-FI. This is one thing I can’t seem to live without. 

    I have not been to Seoul yet, and it certainly looks like an interesting place if I am judging by your article. I see that it is difficult to find good hotels there, so I will keep this article bookmarked just in case.

    Most of these hotels look really great and the prices are just right. I think I will definitely take a trip to Korea in the future and make a point of visiting Seoul.

    1. Michel WiFi is so important indeed and thankfully almost all of our accommodations include free WiFi. Seoul is an awesome place that most people aren’t aware of or forget about, so you’re not alone there!

  5. Wow most of these hotels are super nice and beautiful to look at. There are some I would consider going if I get the chance one day to go but this article was really helpful in trying to find a hotel that might fit my budget of traveling. I will share this and I will check out more articles on your site in the future. Bye

  6. Hey there!

    Seoul… this capital city is quite amazing. I did not know it was the fourth metropolitan economy in the world (outstripping Beijing by example). And the panoramas we can see in your pictures from the hotels are such a beauty… being able to watch the city from the heights and also observing the mountains towards the horizon! The inside looks and the facilities that those high-starred hotels offer will surely help tourists live some unforgettable holidays around there. The South Korean capital is a true example of a city!

    Best regards! Peter

  7. Hi there. Looking for the best hotels in a city one is not familiar with and so many hotels in the place can be something tiring, something discouraging, something stressing. Thank you for taking out your time to look for the best Hotels in Seoul.

    You have eyes for good things. All the hotels listed are so beautiful, just that they’re expensive too, but I think will be worth…

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