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Given that it is a hotel in Pyongyang, it does exactly what you need.
Clean rooms. Good beds (a bit hard, but that is normal in Asia ).
Good bathroom and shower.
Poor breakfast. Nice personnel. A shop with some basic food.
This hotel is genuinely lovely although a little dated style wise. To be honest all of North Korea is dated style wise so this hotel fits in and is top of the hotel game for the country.
Our room was spacious and we had a...More
Good hotel by international standards. The best in North Korea's capital (do not go to the old and run-down Yanggakdo!). Relatively luxurious atmosphere. Several different game rooms, bars. Take a high floor for the views.
I thought my tour company (from China) would put me in Yanggakdo Hotel, which is considered to be the best in Pyongyang and even the whole North Korea, but they ended up arrange me in Koryo Hotel. Koryo Hotel is much more centrally located than...More
Rated 5 Star hotel in North Korea, as you can probably guess, it's not rated by any international standards. Not being an expert in hotels, but, if I were to "rate" it, I'd give it a 2 Star rating...
As you have probably heard, if...More
Precisely as mentioned by DukeTroy. On my trip I was told the country preferred to deal in Euros, and generally conversion rates work better that way. Most stores and hotels will accepts Euros, Yuan Renminbi or US Dollars.