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Park Hyatt Seoul
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Reviewed 3 August 2014

There have been many write ups about this hotel as it has opened since early 2005. The images of rough sawn stone shower wall with the white bath tub at a guest bathroom as well as 'water drop' lit indoor swimming pool which both are seemingly parts of urban landscape, have been inspirational to designers. Last year I had the opportunity to stay.

The taxi entered a side street off Teheran-Ro and went under this low canopy arriving on all granite small lobby. It might seem not a grand hotel entrance, until I was greeted by three charming hotel bells, it was a beginning of the experience.

The arriving, where hotel guests are travelled up to the top of the hotel tower to be greeted and
checked in an amazing space high up sometimes disorients me. In my case, I felt familiar as I had seen the space on magazines as well the same charming hotel receptionists.

The door directly leads to a sitting area, a round table and a large credenza which hides everything of a bar refrigerator + its accessories. Framed monotone photos of past architectural details decorated the walls. The two sliding panels open to the spacious bedroom complete with a reclining chaise lounge + red orange bed head. The two way closet unit divides the space to the bathroom. And there is that image of seemingly floating white bathtub on stone floor that continues up as the rough sawn stone shower wall.

The concierge directed me to options of vegetarian restaurants as well as where to get Made in Korea men shoes in Seoul. The Korean breakfast was a must and one morning I also went down to have a la carte breakfast at Cornerstone on the second floor. Everyone was helpful and did the best to make a comfortable stay.

The gym is on the top floor adjoining with the indoor swimming pool, which also has windows looking to the seating Lounge next to the check in Lobby. The hotel has interesting spaces of vistas, artworks along oak wood corridors, polished + rough sawn granite stone panels at guest areas and really comfortable guest room. They are all memorable spaces to me.

Room Tip: I stayed at Room 405 on first night, the windows had double glazing but the room was a little noisy when the racing motorcycles going through the traffic lights. The next day I was moved up and it did make the difference.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled solo
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Thank woodbeam
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Reviewed 31 July 2014

Good location in Gangnam area, if you need to be here for business or pleasure. Not near central Seoul, so stay near Myeongdong if you want to be near most of the tourist sites. Right outside exit 1 of Samseong station on outer ring metro line #2. It is quite strange that you have to go up to 24th floor for lobby to check in, with the pool and gym as well on the same floor, where people are having their lunch or afternoon tea. Overall, the whole hotel could have used some more space, such as having the lobby on a lower floor, and having the amenities on other floors. Rooms are of minimalist Park Hyatt style in Asia, but nicely appointed with refined furniture and nespresso machine.

The part where I feel that this hotel lives up to the Park Hyatt brand is with the service. Seoul, or Korea for that matter, is not known for great service, nor for its English. Park Hyatt excels on both, and international visitors will feel right at home from the ground floor concierge up to the lobby front desk staff. There was in particular one young lady of short and slight stature, who escorted us up the elevator when we arrived, and when we checked out, arranged our free taxi to the city air terminal for our bus to Incheon. Too bad I never got her name, but she was one of the standouts for great service at the Park Hyatt.

Overall great choice for Gangnam, if you are not sensitive to the price. A much more refined and private space than the Intercontinentals across the street.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled on business
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Thank milty908
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Reviewed 29 July 2014 via mobile

Seoul park Hyatt is always the best to stay with cleanses, hospitality and luxsuariness.

  • Stayed: July 2014
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Thank スーママ
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Reviewed 17 July 2014

This Park Hyatt does not disappoint for business trips. The location is not great but it is by far the best hotel if you need to be in this part of town. Services and facilities are everything you can expect from Park Hyatt and the staff is extraordinarily friendly. Rooms are spacious and well designed with floor to ceiling glass and a bath in front of the window. It’s my preferred hotel for business trips to Seoul in winter. When travelling in summer or for pleasure / with family I would recommend the Grand Hyatt. Lift system is the quirkiest I ever came across!

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

My friend said this hotel has gotten some less than stellar reviews because the lobby is on the 24th floor and your room will be below that. Basically you go up and then down. Who cares? It's not like you have to schlep your bags up and down the stairwells. This hotel has incredible views, large rooms and very kind and helpful staff. It is on on the subway line, samseoung stop, exit #1. It's also just a few blocks from the largest Buddhist temple in Seoul, and Sports Center in case you want to take in a baseball game. I'd count myself lucky to stay here again.

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with friends
Thank SharpElbows
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