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Myeongdong Artmonstay Guesthouse

Myeongdong Artmonstay Guesthouse

명동 아트몬스테이 게스트하우스
4944, Namsandong 2ga, Junggu, JungGu,
Seoul, 04630, Korea, South
중구 남산동2가 4944
번지, 중구, (서울특별시, 04630)
Phone: +821098932393

Stay = one night (9 Oct 2016)

From Exit 3 of Myeongdong Station (line 4) –walk straight and keep left – can see Pacific Hotel – keep left along Twosome Place and walk up until a ministop – from ministop turn right – walk towards Demain Building and turn left – all the way up the steep path. Quite a few guesthouses along the way.

Located at exclusive residential area with many restaurants and cafes within walking distance. A beautiful guesthouse up on a hill top. It is about 8 minutes walk to the ever popular Myeongdong shopping district.

We booked a triple ensuite room at KRW96,188 for one night. One single bed at lower floor and the double bed was on the upper floor. Room is clean and spacious for 3 of us. Heated flooring. TV was on the upper floor.

Water pressure was strong with hot/cold water. Clean and functionable with towels provided. Shampoo and body liquid soap were also provided. Bathroom was on the lower floor.

Kettle and hair dryer provided. Kitchen with crockery and a washing machine which we did not know how to use. A small fridge. Wifi was strong.
There is a rooftop where you can have a good view of the surroundings. Namson Tower at night scene is awesome.

It was a simple toasted bread with butter and jam.

My thoughts
This is a nice guesthouse with beautiful decorated art pieces and toys of all sorts. Check-in is simple and straight forward. It is clean and peaceful. It does not have the kind of guesthouse vibe where people gather to drink and talk all night. However, it is located at such a steep climb to the top that may be difficult for those with weak knees.


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This entry was posted on November 2, 2016 by in South Korea Travel.
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