Address31-1, Namsan-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu SeoulSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Bell boys in caps greet you at this hotel that exudes old-fashioned elegance. Light neutral colours, greenery and a natural-wood effect are the design style. Bathrooms are a tad cramped, but there’s a big sauna and spa bath in the building, as well as a small rooftop garden.
Our independent authors have visited Pacific Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Myeong-dong, Namsan & Itaewon.
Description provided by property
Conveniently located a 3-minute walk to Myeongdong Subway Station (Line no. 4), Pacific Hotel offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, free private parking and an on-site restaurant.
Pacific Hotel is also less than a 5-minute walk to Namdaemun Market and a 5-minute drive to N Seoul Tower, an observation tower located on Namsan Mountain. Dongdaemun Market is a 15-minute drive away while it takes 1-hour to drive from Incheon International Airport.
The air-conditioned room come with a heating system, flat-screen TV and minibar. Private bathroom includes a shower and slippers.
Pacific Hotel has a male-only indoor pool, male-only sauna and fitness centre. The hotel also offers luggage storage facilities and has a business centre.
Mirabeau restaurant features a Korean and Western menu and continental breakfast. Various Korean, Asian and International restaurants and pubs are available nearby in Myeongdong.
Services & facilities
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
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