Hope all is well with everyone. As for yours truly, my life is full of drama, as always…a good mix of family, romcom, office but thankfully, not makjang. 😂
It’s April! Yay! I can’t wait for some vacation time for the Holy Week. Hmmm, it’s Singapore for the fambam. How I wish it’s another Seoul trip, but oh well, you can’t have them all. Just in case you’re Seoul bound, do checkout my quick post of Metro Hotel Myungdong (that’s how it’s spelled in the hotel). We stayed at the Family Suite last Feb 2-5 for 4 Days, 3 nights.
|Metro Hotel Myeongdong Facade, Reception, Lobby, PC Corner. There are other facilities (gym, laundry, play area for kids, vending machine, hot and cold water dispenser, dining area, veranda etc.)|
|Hallway, Coffee & Tea + Generous Complimentary Bottled Water, Toilet and Bath and amenities|
|Buffet Breakfast at The Clubhouse|
Breakfast spread is okay, mix of Korean and American. The Japchae is winner. I love the pastries too with danish and croissants. It’s pleasantly unremarkable, meaning I don’t mind that some are recurring over the course of our stay.
The ajussi guard at the ground floor is very friendly and helpful, and so is everyone, the receptionists and the ajummas in the dining area.
There is a Starbucks adjacent to it, though, we were so busy, and couldn’t really find time to chill. It’s still in Myeongdong, very near Lotte Duty free, and everything else.
Methinks, Metro Hotel is my favorite vs. JHill Myeongdong and K-Guesthouse Myeongdong 2. So yes, very nice-h!
|Published Rates. For our stay, we paid Php 32,896 for 3 Nights.|
From the airport, take Bus No. 6015, Ibis Hotel Myeongdong Stop.
Address: 14 Myeongdong 9ga-gil, Jung-gu, Myeong-dong, Seoul, South Korea, 04534