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Hudson, Wisconsin
Reviewed 5 July 2016 via mobile

This is a very quaint hotel that does not offer a lot of additional amenities. There is a wicker basket with communal shampoo and toothpaste. The bath towels are the size of hand towels. There is free Wi-Fi available in the lobby. What this place lax in amenities makes up for with amazing mountain air and beautiful scenery.

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Berkshire, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 April 2016 via mobile

Although I have a few negative comments, this hotel was great. The hotel appeared almost closed. I'm told we were off season !. Parking right outside the door. Views that were amazing. Room was acceptable from a cleanliness point, but could well do with some updating. The ceiling had marks from an old leak on it. The bathroom was basic...

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Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reviewed 7 July 2015

We stayed here one night in order to see the Haeinsa Temple and the early morning worship service. While we arrived late in the day, the front desk had everything in order and we were quickly in our room. You have a choice of sleeping in a western type bed with a mattress and box springs or on a traditional...

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Northborough, Massachusetts
Reviewed 27 May 2013

Not impressed with the hotel, I would give it a C-. Beds were very saggy with poor springs and ripped ruffle. The towels were tiny and they don't have shampoo. The Bathroom was rusty and moldy. Good view out the room window. Very strange fire escapes!! Food in the hotel restaurant was good. There must be better places to stay...

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Seoul, South Korea
Reviewed 21 May 2013

So, my assistant booked a regular room for my friends and me. When we got there, the staff was incredibly rude and first just tried to make us all go away. Then they tried to sell us a room that was over twice as much as the room that was reserved. BUT, this was all for the better. There are...

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5Thank roxzci
Florida
Reviewed 23 October 2012

We loved the hotel's location at the edge of the town, not far from the temple and restaurants. The room was nice and had a lovely view. The bathroom however was in dire need of maintenance. Twice we were in need of a hot shower but were denied. It appears the hot water is turned on during a narrow window...

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4Thank lisazon
Reviewed 26 August 2012 via mobile

One must remember that this property is ultimately owned by the monks of the Heinsa temple. Think austerity. You stay here so you can beat the massive rush of your buses from Seoul, and experience the quiet, serene beauty of the magnificent temple. That makes this place worth it. This place is just adequate. Not fancy in any way, nor...

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3Thank Deciduous
Luxembourg
Reviewed 16 October 2008

The Haeinsa Tourist hotel was the only option I could find to stay near the temple of the same name where one can see the collection of Tripitaka Koreana wood blocks, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Although it's located in the only real village inside the national park, the hotel is difficult to find. And once you do find it,...

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Address: 1230-112, Chiin-Ri, Kaya-Myeon, Hapcheon-Gun, Gyeongsangnam-do 678-895, South Korea
Region: South Korea > Gyeongsangnam-do > Hapcheon-Gun
Number of rooms: 45
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