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Korea’s First-ever Lifestyle ‘Hotel-plex’
Seoul Dragon City
Korea’s First-ever Lifestyle ‘Hotel-plex’
  • By Choi Mun-hee
  • February 15, 2018, 10:30
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Sky Kingdom 'King's Vacation' of Seoul Dragon City.
Sky Kingdom 'King's Vacation' of Seoul Dragon City.

 

Deluxe Suite in Grand of Mercure Ambassador Seoul Yongsan of Seoul Dragon City
Deluxe Suite in Grand of Mercure Ambassador Seoul Yongsan of Seoul Dragon City

 

Exterior of Seoul Dragon City
Exterior of Seoul Dragon City

 

Dragon Master 'DoDo' of Seoul Dragon City.
Dragon Master 'DoDo' of Seoul Dragon City.

 

Seoul Dragon City is the first-ever lifestyle hotel-plex in South Korea, consisting of four hotels, restaurants and bars, large meeting and convention spaces, and world-class entertainment facilities. The complex, which opened its door in October 2017 in Yongsan, Seoul, has a unique dragon-like appearance of the building exterior with three tall connected towers.

Seoul Dragon City is conveniently located for both business and leisure trips. Strategically located at the heart of Seoul, the complex offers convenient access to central business and commercial districts including Yeouido, Itaewon, Myeongdong, Hongdae, and Gangnam. It is situated right next to the Yongsan Station, a major transportation hub in Seoul where high-speed railways (ITX & KTX) and two subway lines (Line 1 & Gyeongui-Jungang Line) run. Direct access to and from Incheon International Airport is also available via Airport Limousine Bus (No# 6030), which stops right in front of the entrance of Seoul Dragon City.

Seoul Dragon City consists of four AccorHotels brands from luxury to economy with a total of 1,700 rooms: ‘Grand Mercure Ambassador Seoul Yongsan’ (202 rooms) and ‘Novotel Suites Ambassador Seoul Yongsan’ (286 rooms), both of which make their debut in Korea with ‘Novotel Ambassador Seoul Yongsan’ (621 rooms) and ‘ibis Styles Ambassador Seoul Yongsan’ (591 rooms).

Also, the complex features a large-scale convention center with up to 4,900-person capacity, along with appropriate 17 meeting rooms, two (2) grand ballrooms, and eight (8) private dining rooms for seminars, business meetings, and other various events including weeding, banquets, and parties.

Seoul Dragon City is equipped with 11 restaurants and bars. Six of the restaurants and bars are located in hotels including an exotic bar and deli ‘A La Maison,’ a premium all-day dining ‘Food Exchange,’ a modern and stylish all-day dining ‘In Style,’ a lobby casual bistro ‘Mega Bites,’ and a unique lobby bar ‘Chess Bar.’

And Seoul Dragon City proudly showcases its entertainment space ‘Sky Kingdom, the world’s first four-story (31F~34F) sky bridge between the two of the three Seoul Dragon City towers. With the rest of five F&B facilities at Seoul Dragon City, Sky Kingdom features a luxury lounge bar ‘King’s Vacation,’ a private lounge bar ‘Queen’s Garden,’ a premium café ‘The Ribbon,’ a classic bar with luxurious party rooms ‘Spy & Party Room,’ and a rooftop bar ‘Sky Beach’. For more information, please enter www.seouldragoncity.com.