I've stayed in quite a few motels in Korea, but this was my first time in Danyang.
The motel is on the riverside so the view was very pretty - the mountains in Danyang are very high! And morning mist on the river was beautiful.
It's within walking distance from the bus terminal and the Cosu caves (about 10 minutes)
The rooms were comfortable - super comfy bed! but small room... however we didn't spend much time there so it was fine.
The owner is a sweetheart and speaks English very well! The computer in our room was broken so he offered us his computer to use downstairs. We paid $50 for a night on the busiest weekend in Peak season, so really not bad at all. Double rooms are usually about 30 - 40 a night. There were coffee machines and magazines etc on every floor.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Surrounded by beautiful mountain and Namhan River, this small but cozy hostel is best for travellers. Perfect location visitng main tourist attractions and only two minutes away from the Danyang bus terminal. Owner also runs cafe, Coffee myungga, on the first floor, so that you can enjoy authentic coffee of their own and homemade bakeries. Rio127 used to be a Rivertel few years ago, they changed their name and remodeled the rooms for their guests. Unlike other hostels or gusethouse, each room has private bathroom. Free-wifil available in the room. ... more less
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