All accommodation in North Korea is in state-run hotels, which are nearly all of a passable standard – particularly those in Pyongyang. You won’t usually have much control over where you stay unless you organise your own private group tour, but you can always make requests. All hotels have the basics of life: a restaurant, a shop (although bring everything you need if you’re outside Pyongyang) and usually some form of entertainment, from the ubiquitous karaoke to pool tables and a bar.
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