AddressChanggwang St PyongyangSee nearby area
- +850 2 318 4422
- +850 2 381 4397
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Lonely Planet review
Pyongyang’s other first-class hotel, this striking 1985 orange-bronze twin-towered structure is more commonly used for business travellers, journalists and NGO staff, although some tour groups stay here too. Each of its twin towers has a revolving restaurant on top, though only one of them is open as, in a spectacular failure of forethought, the other overlooks the highly secretive ‘forbidden city’. The rooms are quirky, with curious alcoves for sitting in, and small bathrooms, but it’s comfortable, clean and has several bars, restaurants and shops to occupy guests, although avoid the overpriced ground-floor coffee shop!
Our independent authors have visited Koryo Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in North Korea.
Services & facilities
Party Founding Museum
Located on the southern slope of Haebang Hill is this museum that originally housed the Central Committee of the Korean Workers’ Party,...
Monument to the Fallen Soldiers of the Korean People's Army
The Olympic Pool is open to foreigners on Saturday.
Pyongyang Grand Theatre
Cinema, theatre and opera trips are possible (although rare), and while films, operas or plays aren't likely to be of a particularly...
Pyulmori is a refreshingly well-run joint venture restaurant, coffee shop and bar near the Koryo Hotel. You can get decent food, coffee...