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Choosing a hotel in Seoul

Old Mar 22, 2024, 1:36 pm
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Choosing a hotel in Seoul

We're arriving in Seoul late next week for our first visit to Korea. I currently have both the Conrad and the Andaz booked for our time in Seoul and need to cancel one. I've got both Diamond and Globalist status so that's not really a factor in my decision. Both hotels appear to be sold out for the 5 days we're there. They both seem to be about the same distance to what I'll call Central Seoul. Any reason I should pick one over the other?

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Old Mar 23, 2024, 12:35 am
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Originally Posted by AnthonyGT
We're arriving in Seoul late next week for our first visit to Korea. I currently have both the Conrad and the Andaz booked for our time in Seoul and need to cancel one. I've got both Diamond and Globalist status so that's not really a factor in my decision. Both hotels appear to be sold out for the 5 days we're there. They both seem to be about the same distance to what I'll call Central Seoul. Any reason I should pick one over the other?

Thanks!
Hi Anthony. Pleas note that this is the luxury hotel forum and neither of these are luxury hotels. So I am moving this to the appropriate geographic forum where it should get a better response.

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RichardInSF, moderator luxury hotels and travel
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Old Mar 30, 2024, 6:09 pm
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You are probably already in Seoul now. I'm just posting this for future reference. Location-wise, the Andaz will have the advantage of being right next to the Subway station. Whereas the Conrad will be a block away from 2 stations. But if you are looking to go into Central Seoul, I think the Conrad might be easier. Taking either a bus or taxi, it is more or less a straight shot over the bridge and into downtown Seoul.

Where did you decide to stay?
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