IC Grand Seoul Parnas (Master Thread)

Old Aug 29, 08, 1:17 pm
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Is it free to use in-room broadband/wireless connection if I book the club room? Or I have to go to the lounge for free access.
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Old Sep 1, 08, 5:30 pm
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In most of my recent stays internet in room has been free in room for Ambassadors. However, that promo seems to have ended. During my stay there in mid-August I only got free access using the PCs/ wireless in the Club Lounge.

BTW, I love their Junior Suites there ... especially considering Ambassadors only get charged the standard room rate for them.
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Old Sep 2, 08, 1:38 pm
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Thanks.
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Old Oct 2, 08, 1:17 am
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Is IC Grand Seoul a all non-smoking property?
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Old Oct 10, 08, 6:02 am
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What are the benefits for Club floor room ?
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Old Oct 15, 10, 11:10 am
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Anyone stayed here? whats it like?
club intercontinental is what im looking at
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Old Oct 15, 10, 12:51 pm
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Old Oct 15, 10, 3:01 pm
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Old Oct 18, 10, 4:14 am
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having asked about both Seoul and BKK ICs and given the OP has 470+ posts I think it would not be asked too much to start familiarizing yourself with the search function charlotteimmigration.

Most of us are happy to help but this is unnecessarily creating new threads that don't make this whole board easier to navigate.

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Old Feb 1, 11, 10:24 am
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IC Seoul GRAND - Club Lounge

Ive booked a club room here and looking at the description of the lounge it doesnt seem that evening cocktails are included in the club lounge. Can anyone confirm or deny?
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Old Feb 1, 11, 3:17 pm
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It is included. Only one choice of white wine and red wine. No sparkling wine. Many other alcoholic drinks. Rather limited food options. Not much to talk about.
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Old Feb 1, 11, 3:56 pm
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Thanks MD, it was just unusual that it wasnt mentioned on their hotel web page, as it always has been for other hotels where Ive booked a club room.
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Old Feb 1, 11, 4:39 pm
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Originally Posted by flying MD View Post
Rather limited food options. Not much to talk about.


I would love every IC club lounge in the world would offer the same level of service, evening food other than canapé, great breakfast and large space in a slick design.
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Old Aug 30, 13, 4:46 pm
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I booked 2 award nights at this property...is the Club upcharge of $108 for 2 people worth it? You would probably have to drink a lot to make this worthwhile...right? (Not an RA anymore.)
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Old Sep 7, 13, 2:24 pm
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Originally Posted by portishead View Post
I booked 2 award nights at this property...is the Club upcharge of $108 for 2 people worth it? You would probably have to drink a lot to make this worthwhile...right? (Not an RA anymore.)
I would give the lounge high ratings with a decent breakfast, enough evening items to make a light dinner as well, but for $108, you can have a reasonable dinner and a few drinks for two. I probably would not spend the money on lounge access, but I know the area around the hotel reasonably well.
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