There are a lot of things to look for when booking a hotel in Jeju. From amenities to roof-top terraces, we’ve got you covered. Check out our reviews to find the right one for you. From Infinity pools to restaurants, we’ve got you covered! Read on to find out how to make the most of your vacation on Jeju. Listed below are some of the best options available. Just don’t forget to compare prices and availability!
The Infinity Pool at Jeju Hotel is a relaxing escape with a view of the island’s primeval forest. The pool can be heated during winter months and is the ideal place to take a sunset selfie. Guests staying in the resort’s suites, superior rooms, and junior suites can access the pool for free. To enjoy the pool, guests should book a room on the third or fourth floor.
The resort’s Premier Pool Villa Suite Garden features an outdoor pool surrounded by basalt walls and flame grass roofing. The villa’s bungalow-style exterior combines with modern amenities. Its large 85.8-square-metre pool and cabanas will provide the perfect spot to soak up the sun. While a stay at the Infinity Pool is an unforgettable experience, you can also relax at the hotel’s fitness center or spa.
One of the best ways to enjoy the breathtaking views of the city is from the roof terrace of the Jeju Hotel. Located in the center of Jeju, this boutique hotel is just a 10-minute drive from the airport. The rooms are comfortable and offer a variety of services. Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets. Rooms are air conditioned and have complimentary bottled water, slippers, and desks. They also feature 43-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. In addition to a breakfast buffet, the cafe also offers afternoon snacks and evening cocktails. This Jeju hotel is home to the only rooftop terrace in Jeju.
Located on the island of Jeju, the Haevichi Hotel and Resort offers a full-service spa. The hotel features an indoor pool and two outdoor pools. It also offers free airport shuttle and multilingual staff. It also offers free Wi-Fi in public areas and a free gym. In addition to a rooftop terrace, the hotel offers 2 meeting rooms and free parking. It is also an excellent choice for families.
There are numerous bars and clubs in the city. For the more upscale, you may want to try the ‘talking bar’ concept, where the bartenders are able to interact with you as you enjoy your drink. In addition to talking, you’ll likely see some friendly locals hanging out here. If you don’t mind paying for a drink or two, the ShinHua resort features a pub. Popular local spots include Banging Tacos and Hola. You may also want to check out KIS Village’s CU and GS25 nightclub. Both bars feature mechanical bulls.
The Hallasan Soju is a local alcoholic beverage, filtered through volcanic rock, and is available in the hotel’s lobby bar. Other popular options include the Goofy Foot, a basement bar with pool tables, darts, and craft beer. Indie, a trendy Jeju hotspot, offers a wide variety of craft beers and a lively atmosphere. Other notable options include Led Zeppelin and The Factory, which have live music. Magpie Jeju, a popular craft beer bar, also features beer and music.
The Lotte Hotel on Jeju Island offers delicious dining options for guests. The restaurants feature farm-to-table values, using local ingredients to create signature menus. Kids Station is located inside the hotel for your children’s enjoyment. Kids can also enjoy the restaurant’s extensive beverage list and a kids’ station featuring a range of healthy snacks. Restaurants offer a wide range of breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus.
The Nammun Restaurant specializes in black pig dishes and has a quaint folk village atmosphere. The side dishes are mostly vegetables or wild edible greens. A meal of this kind is sure to leave everyone satisfied. The Nammun Restaurant also offers a menu of chicken quesadillas and chicken nachos, which are both 12,000 KRW / 10 USD. The chicken comes in a quesadilla and grilled with spices. The kimchi stew is a tasty complement to the pig’s meat.
The Jeju Hotel location is a great spot for families and friends who want to enjoy a day on Jeju Island. Located in a beautiful location on the south side of Jeju Island, it is just 200 steps away from the beach and is near a museum that showcases teddy bears. The hotel has a shuttle stop right outside and features rooms with private balconies or terraces. This hotel is great for families on a budget.
The Minitel Soul Hotel is located in a greenery area of Jeju Island and offers spectacular views of the sea. Rooms have comfortable beds and flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and cosy slippers. The hotel offers a free breakfast each morning and a relaxing atmosphere for your trip. It’s a great way to start the day! The hotel provides a hot breakfast and barbecue facilities so you can grill up a delicious meal at the hotel.