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Discover the Attractions and Things To Do in Seoul

With close proximity to major Seoul attractions such as the Seoul City Hall, and well-served by a Seoul station nearby, Fraser Place Central, Seoul is the perfect choice if you are choosing among hotels in downtown Seoul.    

There are just so many things to do in Seoul.  With a wide range of attractions available, such as traditional festivals, palace gates, historical monuments, outdoor markets, shopping  and entertainment, Seoul exudes the charm of an old world that exists in perfect harmony with the city’s modernity.

Seoul Metropolitan Library

Built in 1926, the former Seoul City Hall had its glory restored and subsequently reopened as the city's main public library.

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Built in 1395, being its first royal palace, Gyeongbokgung represented the sovereignty of the Joseon Dynasty, which had a significant influence on modern Korea.

Namsan Seoul Tower

Surrounded by mountains, Namsan Seoul Tower is much-loved for its multi-coloured digital art projection, digital observatory, roof terrace and great restaurants. 

Royal Guards at Deoksugung Palace

The traditional ceremony takes place three times a day (daily except Mondays), in front of the main gate of the palace.

Itaewon Street

Besides a great variety of shops, entertainment and dining options, the 1.4km-long street is an international hub with exotic fashion, bars and clubs that come alive when night falls.

Namsan Park

At 480 metres above sea level, the South Mountain peak is a popular spot for hiking, recreation and to catch Seoul in a great panoramic view.

Hanok Village

Capture a glimpse of the Korean traditional houses or spend a night there if you like, in one of the hanok villages, as you relive the elegance of ancient Korean charm with modern amenities.  

Mount Bukhansan

At 836 metres above sea level, the highest mountain in Seoul is home to granite peaks and the Bukhansanseong Fortress – a must-see for the mountain tours.

Dragon Hill Spa

Relax and rejuvenate in typical Korean style here in this large and extravagant bathhouse that is very much like an entertainment complex.

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  • Itaewon Street

    Besides a great variety of shops, entertainment and dining options, the 1.4km-long street is an international hub with exotic fashion, bars and clubs that come alive when night falls.

    Distance from Hotel 1.5 km Not Available 30 mins Not Available
  • Dragon Hill Spa

    Relax and rejuvenate in typical Korean style here in this large and extravagant bathhouse that is very much like an entertainment complex.

    Distance from Hotel 4.8 km Not Available 23 mins Not Available
  • Namsan Park

     At 480 metres above sea level, the South Mountain peak is a popular spot for hiking, recreation and to catch Seoul in a great panoramic view.

    Distance from Hotel 1.5 km 24 mins 32 mins Not Available
  • Hanok Village

    Capture a glimpse of the Korean traditional houses or spend a night there if you like, in one of the hanok villages, as you relive the elegance of ancient Korean charm with modern amenities.

    Distance from Hotel 1.7 km Not Available 24 mins Not Available
  • Mount Bukhansan

    At 836 metres above sea level, the highest mountain in Seoul is home to granite peaks and the Bukhansanseong Fortress – a must-see for the mountain tours.

    Distance from Hotel 7 km Not Available 56 mins Not Available
  • Seoul Metropolitan Library (former Seoul City Hall)

    Built in 1926, the former Seoul City Hall had its glory restored and subsequently reopened as the city's main public library.

    Distance from Hotel 850 m 14 mins 19 mins Not Available
  • Namsan Seoul Tower

    Surrounded by mountains, Namsan Seoul Tower is much-loved for its multi-coloured digital art projection, digital observatory, roof terrace and great restaurants. 

    Distance from Hotel 2.2 km 36 mins 50 mins Not Available
  • Gyeongbokgung Palace

    Built in 1395, being its first royal palace, Gyeongbokgung represented the sovereignty of the Joseon Dynasty, which had a significant influence on modern Korea.

    Distance from Hotel 2 km Not Available 37 mins Not Available
  • Changing of Royal Guards at Deoksugung Palace

    The traditional ceremony takes place three times a day (daily except Mondays), in front of the main gate of the palace.

    Distance from Hotel 550 m 10 mins 18 mins Not Available