Yes, apparently they advertise as a 4-star hotel, according to what scale I have no idea.
Not as advertised, especially if you get a standard room. Small room with a small window painted over white.
The bathroom is not separated from the bedroom, so you can (with some stretch) sit on the bed as you brush your teeth at the sink.
If you are a couple/family it might not be a big deal, but since I went with a friend/colleague I really disliked that unless I wanted to step out naked, I had to get dry&dressed right in the bathtub after a shower. I didn't like the idea of putting on their bathrobe - poor quality, worn out with holes. Otherwise the toilet/bath visibly newish - renovated, up to standard.
Furniture old, minibar empty. If you want to charge your cameras/phone, TV bench has to be pulled away from the wall, revealing not exactly safely installed set of sockets.
Only buffet breakfast available, rather basic selection, not included in price.
Only convenient location and available internet were appreciated.
We were upgraded to a much better room (I'd say 2.5 star worthy) but only after the call intervention from our agent. Ask to view several rooms if upon arrival you are not happy with what you see.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Benikea Hotel Acacia consists of 134 guest rooms, various banquet halls that can sit up to 700 people, and a luxurious wedding hall. The hotel is devoted to satisfying customers with high-quality service and advanced facilities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Acacia Hotel Seoul