The Plaza Seoul reopend in 2010 after a full renovation with the aim of adding some design flair to what was previously a pretty drab big box Asian city hotel.
Italian designer Guido Ciompi did the interior decorating, opting for a futuristic organic look with curved and rounded surfaces and built-in furniture.
Large round mirrors help make the rooms feel bigger than they actually are, and the beds are centred in the room to take advantage of the views. Big black studio-style lamps and mood lighting help give The Plaza a more boutique character.
It's a big hotel with 410 guestrooms. You'll get free WiFi, LCD TV, refrigerator, minibar, coffee/tea maker and 24-hour room service.
Most of rooms face Seoul city hall square with views of the palace.
The Club Rooms have access to the Club Lounge with complimentary continental breakfast, drinks and snacks. Suites add a separate living room. Private bathrooms feature a bathtub or shower, bathrobes and slippers.
The Plaza has four restaurants and a bar. The hotel's main all day dining restaurant, Seven Square, features fresh Mediterranean-style buffet and a variety of dining menus. The other three restaurants are all fine dining.
You can tuck into Japanese cuisine at Murasaki; Chinese fare at Taoyuen; and Italian menus at Tuscany.
The Lounge Bar serves up unique signature cocktails and a selection of malt whiskeys. There's also a full-service spa, fitness centre and indoor pool.
The Plaza's primelocation is its strongest selling point - it’s right in the middle of the Myeondong shopping area in central Seoul.Review updated March 10, 2017
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