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The building from the outside is unusual for Korea, a multi-story red brick house. As you enter, you really think you entered the wrong door. Because all you see is stuff that you normally see on a flee market or maybe even worse. You really...More
Stay two nights (1st-3rd Oct) at Benikea Hotel. The location is away from Gwangju old historical city center which can be reached by one of the metro train located near the hotel. The hotel room are big but facilities are getting old with noisy air...More
I can't believe some people have given good reviews of this hotel.
Have they slept in A ROOM WITHOUT WINDOWS? I did.
Have they noticed that the carpets are filthy and the rooms are not vacuumed? I did.
Did they get towels everyday? I didn't....More
Most of the rooms have no window. Service is terrible, breakfast awful, and the staff does not speak any English. Ambiance is that of an Asian horror movie (and this is the most positive aspect of the place). A friend described his experience as a...More
There are some 'western' hotels in Gwangju such as the Ramada or the Holiday Inn but this is a more interesting and cost effective choice. The hotel has a lot of marble and dark wood in both the lobby and the rooms. The desk staff...More
US$60 - US$91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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