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3,6 sur 5
Recommandé par 81 % des clients
4,0 Propreté de la chambre
3,7 Services et personnel
3,9 Confort de la chambre
3,6 Conditions de l'hôtel
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5 sur 5
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pour Tout le monde
par un voyageur vérifié

Value + location + Good Staff

Publié le 23 juil. 2013
Les + : large well decorated rooms , good wifi, nice staff, good location, value!!, big bathroom,
Les - : air conditioning placement (not pointed at the bed), sweeping the floor more often.
Situation : several cafe's for breakfast close by, countless restaurants ( tho many didn't look to have English menus) close to major station, close to banks.
Hotel staff spoke English well, never had difficulty explaining myself, i found that the station which is about a 5 minute walk away, is a major station with several major lines, most important of which is line 2, and that is the closest to the hotel ( exit number 2). The room looked very nice, well themed and decorated (romantic) with a nice large tv with a few english channels, a work computer if you didn't bring your own laptop, fast reliable WiFi, complimentary water and juice in the cooler, which got restocked every day and a nice large bathroom and tub. (the room itself was large compared to many Japanese/Korean living conditions) The room also sports a nice lighting system you can control the TV, the lights and the air conditioning with a single remote. The bed was on the harder side, while i have had worst hotel beds, i had a good nights sleep every time and on the good side it was nice and large so the two of us had plenty of room to stretch out. The view was nice, but the window was small, then again, on the good side, once we closed the decorative shutters the room became nice and dark as well as silent. my biggest concern was the air conditioning vent is pointed at you when you sleep, so it became quite cold at night, we had to rely on cooling the room down at night and then turning it off when we went to sleep. another solution was to put towels in the railing in front of the bed and point the vents down. the floor could have been cleaned more often.
4 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié

Seoul What a wonderful place

Publié le 4 janv. 2013 sur Hotels.com
Spent 3 nights at Amourex hotel with my daughter and we found it very conveniently located, spacious, clean and comfortable. Front desk was always eager to help with our day excursion plans. The most part the front desk did speak english.Overall a great stay and would definitely recommend it to anyone.Thanks
4 sur 5
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par Pete

Clean, comfy - I would go back

Publié le 29 déc. 2012 sur Hotels.com
I loved it - others in the party didn't have such a nice room. Not the best area of Seoul, but it's pretty close to the metro station, and 10 minutes later you can be anywhere
3 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié de Singapore

Amourex Hotel in Seoul

Publié le 6 déc. 2011 sur Hotels.com
Hotel refused to provide us with an additional rollaway bed despite the facts that we have already paid in advance for the rollaway to Hotel.com. The staff attutide wasn't very good. The bathroom is very big and not properly maintained
4 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié de Brisbane, Australia

Quiet acceptable for the price we paid.

Publié le 29 oct. 2011
Our 2nd trip to Korea. 1st was in high end hotels - went cheaper this time. The hotel was good value for what we paid. The big issue to us was no laundry. Apparently "Laundry Facilities" doesn't mean an in house guest laundry. There were 7 of us, with 3 rooms. Each room was different. 1 had a queen & single bed & bath. 1 had a shower & a round bed & fancy walls. The 3rd had a queen bed & spa with glass walls. The apparent contradictions in other reviews could be because of the different rooms. If the room you get is not ok, ask to try another. Some of the "negatives" are "normal" for locals. E.g. they had small towels in the rooms, but were happy to give us large ones when asked. In the room are personal items, such as half used skin lotions, hair brushes, pre used soap in the bathroom soap dish, none of which Australians would touch. Not an issue for us, we just used our own items. I stay in places like this to see how the locals live – it would be stupid to then complain. Largest patronage was tourists, all nationalities. Followed by businessmen. In 10 days I only saw 3 couples using the hotel as a love hotel. Reception staff spoke english & helpful. 2 corner shops within 100m. A supermarket in the basement of the building 30m down the hill. Literally hundreds of places to dine within a 300m radius. 5 mins from Wangsimni train staion where 3 lines cross. There is a lift to the subway next to Exit 5. Emart/cinema/fashion centre/fast food 5 minutes walk.
3 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié de Manila, Phils.

Amourex Hotel in Seoul, South Korea

Publié le 29 avr. 2011 sur Hotels.com
The hotel location is its key advantage, its really very accessible and there are lots of food shops around including e-mart a few blocks away. The price too is really cheap and advisable for traveler who prefer to stay out for touring the city. The room accommodation is quite okay, however, the lobby of the hotel is not appealing nor well kept and of three male staff only one can speak simple English.
4 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié de Sacramento, CA

Winter 2011 (4 night stay)

Publié le 31 janv. 2011 sur Hotels.com
The hotel location is an easy walk to the subway and bus station. Counter clerks spoke acceptable english and were friendly and helpful. Our room (family room) was very clean, looked newly renovated, shower/tub is fancy, wood floor is heated which was great since we visited in Jan. but the room had a tendency to be too hot. We lowered the temp. by opening the window shutters. Our room was cleaned everyday and we got fresh towels daily. However the general public areas of the hotel were not kept up so well. The lobby and hallways looked outdated. But since we were there only at night, this was not a big deal. But the first impression coming to the hotel could be improved by updating these areas.
5 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié de San Francisco, CA, U.S.A

Our Stay at the Amourex Hotel

Publié le 1 janv. 2011 sur Hotels.com
My family was happy to stay in this hotel due to hotel staffs were very helpful and polite. Their English communication is OK. Transportation to and from ICN Airport is very convenience. You can either take Airport Limo Bus with reasonable price which is not that expensive. or subway AREX and transfer to line 5 is very simple that cost very little only. Even though they don't speak fluent English, they effort to help us as much as they can. By the way, this hotel is also clean. Wangsimni subway station is located just around the corner of the street. But, just want to let you know, most subway station does not have an escalator. If your travelling with a lot of luggage, I highly recommend to take the Airport Limo Bus. Bus stop is located just across the main street of the hotel. They provide deskstop PC in room with highspeed internet at no charge. And plus complementry water bottles as well. If you take subway line two and four, you can easily access to downtown seoul and palaces. It costs very little amount to city center. Most of the locations are walking distance. I highly recommend this hotel with reasonable price . You can ask for charging adapter with deposit only. They refund the deposit when you check out. So, very convennient. If we go back next time, we will definitely go back to this hotel again.
4 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié

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3 sur 5
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pour Couples
par un voyageur vérifié de Gwangju South Korea

Amourex in Seoul

Publié le 3 nov. 2010
The hotel is very from central Seoul, about a $20 taxi fare, there is a reasonably well conencted metro station nearby. The hotel was clean, but we wer given a twin room (as in Double & single) which meant there was less space. There was a computer and a HUGE flat screen TV. The BATH was AMAZING, enough for two people and with spa/jacuzzi function. For the money (which was about HALF the price of walk-in), this was not the standard I expected. I would have expected MUCH higher decor and space. We even had to PAY a $10 deposit for the iron and VERY small ironing board (with mini legs).