Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Ramada Seoul Dongdaemun: Our home in Seoul

I'm back Yamisweeters!  Yeah, I'm still here. I want to continue my story about my recent travel.

I'd like to share our experience to our "home" during our stay Seoul, South Korea.  We stayed at Ramada Seoul Dongdaemun for three(3) nights.

Photo from Hotel's website
  Getting to the hotel from Incheon Airport is an easy travel adventure as I've mentioned on my Day 1: Travel Diary.

"This Hotel is member of Ramada International, Inc.  It is one of the worldwide hotel brands of the Wyndham Hotel Group."

The location of the hotel is very accessible because it is situated in the heart of business and shopping district of Seoul City.  It is near to top tourist attraction like Insadong, Itaewon and Cheonggyecheon. There are also several dining options around the area and a walking distance to train station.

Our stay in the hotel was so convenient and comfortable.  Free fast WIFI connection made my hubby na magdalawang-isip to stay at the hotel the whole day.(FYI, my hubby was not in travel mode, that's why!)  But again, he was under instruction, "iwanan ang trabaho, mag-unwind muna".

The hotel has a spacious lobby with very accommodating front desk officers.  If you missed to grab a tourist guide pamphlets at the airport, you can find a lot at the lobby of the hotel.  You're free to get and you can see the several ways to explore the Seoul City and nearby spots.

Beside the lobby is an elegant Coffee of Dream Cafe that offers cakes, pastries, smoothies, coffee etc. It's a nice place if you want some quiet time while planning for your pleasant tour and discover the dynamic city where the past meets the present.  Sadly, we did not experience coffeeing here because of our full-pack tour schedule.

Lift Lobby
I just love the drop lights.  It's so elegant.

Beside the lift lobby is the La Belleza Bar & Grill where they serve meals. 

Dyaaaarrrraaann! This was our room.  It's equipped with four single beds(pero kasya ang four couples dito haha!).  Very comfortable and cozy.  It has a 42-inch TV mounted on the wall and a coffee table that served as working table for my hubby.

This hotel is good for traveller because it has cabinets that will keep your things organize.  If you don't want to bring more clothes, you can wash it with the Samsung washing machine.  It also has an electric kettle for hot water and a fridge to store food and drinks. Since we were on a budget trip,  we shopped instant foods for our breakfast and midnight snack.  I love their spicy noodle soup.  Complimentary instant coffee and tea are also available.

Complete bathroom supplies like towels and toiletries were replenished everyday.  I also experienced here the automatic bidet and heater on the toilet seat.(haha! it's my first time experience in colder country, that's why kinda amazed ako, hihi!

It's the view from our room.  No much difference here in Manila.  Same same sabi nga ng mga Korean.

And this is my so-trying-hard #OOTD post in front of the hotel.

Staying here is affordable and worth the price.  We had a nice sleep throughout the nights and was able to enjoy the proximity to shopping district and tourist spots as well.  Staffs can speak English well.  We felt the comfort of our home.  So when you want to visit Seoul, South Korea, consider this hotel, it's perfect for your purpose.  Be it is business or pleasure trip.

It's all for now, watch out for more of Seoul, South Korea!

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