Designed for discerning travellers seeking quality accommodation and convenience, Shilla Stay Seodaemun will welcome guests from May 1st.
Conveniently located close to Seoul’s financial and retail hubs, the 27-storey hotel is within an one-minute walk from the Seodaemun subway station. As the first Shilla Stay to open in the city’s Gangbuk district, nearby tourist attractions include the Seoul Museum of Art, Myeong-dong, Namdaemun, City Hall, and a host of historical royal palaces.
Comprising 319 thoughtfully-designed rooms, guests can choose from the Standard Room (a comfortable 20.6m²), the Deluxe room (a spacious 24.6m²), or the ultra-luxurious Grand room (measuring 58.5m²).
World-renowned Italian architect Piero Lissoni has employed his signature minimalist style to deliver maximum comfort. Aside from designing Shilla Stay properties, Piero Lissoni is also responsible for creating such luxury hotels as the Alrov Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam, Mitsui Garden Ginza in Tokyo, Japan and Studio M Hotel in Singapore.
Offering a contemporary design and modern amenities, Shilla Stay Seodaemun features a separate second-floor meeting room and fully-equipped fitness centre. The restaurant located on B1 Floor welcomes diners with a buffet selection of local delicacies and international favourites.
Grand Opening Package
Guests can celebrate the launch by taking advantage of the Grand Opening Package. From May 1st-31st, guests who stay at Shilla Stay Seodaemun enjoy a complimentary breakfast for two, a welcoming gift hamper featuring the Shilla Stay teddy bear, free Wi-Fi and access to the fitness centre. Guests can book online through the official website and prices start from KRW 169,000* per night for a weeknight stay or KRW 229,000 for the weekend.
Opening May 1st 2015, Shilla Stay Seodaemun reflects the needs of the modern traveller, offering guests a convenient location, essential facilities and exceptional design.