Tuesday, June 7, 2011

JUNG-GU: 02 - Seoul Alps

I love this guest house. It is strategically located just between Myeongdong Station and the Namsan Cable Car. There are many convenience stores just stone’s throw away. The double room was spacious, with a queen-sized bed and a small fridge.
Outside there was a kitchen, a washing machine, two bathrooms, and a living room with a public computer that could be used to surf the Internet. It wasn’t all that “private” since there are two more guest rooms on the same floor, but that’s not really an issue for me.

So, what’s the catch? KRW60, 000 per night, which is around 2,400 pesos. It is half the price of a three-star hotel in the same area, but still expensive for the budget-conscious backpacker. I wanted to stay in this guest house for the whole week and I wouldn’t mind splurging if this were my last trip. Unfortunately I still have China, Taiwan, and Japan on my hit list this year. I can’t afford to be choosy when it comes to accommodation. If you have the funds, I highly recommend this guest house. It is just next to the Namsan Guest House, within the same vicinity as the Pacific Hotel.

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