Lifestyle Hotel Flex ‘Seoul Dragon City’ has grad open on October 1. Accor Hotel Group’s four hotel brands Grand Mercure, Novotel Suites, Novotel and Ibis styles are a special attempt to gather in one place.
Located in Yongsan, adjacent to the center of Seoul including Namdaemun, Itaewon and Yeouido, the hotel has 1,700 rooms, 11 restaurants and bars, 17 meeting rooms, 2 grand ballrooms and a spa. Up to 40 stories of high-rise towers form the shape of a dragon in the form of three building units.
The Sky Bridge, consisting of a lounge bar ‘Kings Vacation’ with indoor pool and skywalk, ‘Club The Nest’ lounge with garden terrace and open kitchen bar, and ‘Sky Beach’ It is the world’s first 4-story uniquely entertaining space that connects the top of two towers.
Four Accor hotel brands offer a variety of rooms and food and beverage facilities. Seoul Dragon City has eleven restaurants, bars and party rooms, including exotic Lobby Bar & Deli ‘A La Maison’, Premium All Day Dining ‘Food Exchange’, Casual All Day Dining ‘In Style’, Trendy Casual Bistro ‘ Mega Bites’, and an exotic lobby bar ‘Chess Bar’. The theme rooms are suitable for business, group and family travelers.
“2017 has been a record-breaking year for AccorHotels in South Korea, highlighted by this launch of the largest project we have signed in the country featuring four hotel brands in the same complex, including the introduction of Grand Mercure and Novotel Suites in this market,” says Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer of AccorHotels, Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia.
“Together, the four brands can cater to the needs of every guest,” he adds. “Grand Mercure combines rich Korean culture with elegant service, making it a great option for long-stay guests who require full residence services. Our Novotel Suites will attract medium- to long-stay business travellers and families on urban holidays. By the end of this year, the group will have 24 hotels in South Korea, which will be followed by eight more in the next two years. We will also be diversifying our brand portfolio to the luxury segment in the near future.”
Seoul Dragon City Grand Mercure Room
Jerome Stubert, Cluster General Manager of Seoul Dragon City, adds, “Korea is a very promising market where the number of in-bound travellers is on a steady rise. Seoul Dragon City is Korea’s first-ever lifestyle hotel-complex and consists of four AccorHotels brands serving all types of guests and suiting every budget. Grand in its scale, the complex features the widest range of convention space in Seoul, multiple restaurants and bars, and the amazing Sky Bridge. Offering an ideal combination of globally recognised high-standard hospitality and unmatched facilities, Seoul Dragon City is positioned locally, regionally and internationally to be Korea’s global landmark”.
Seoul Dragon City Novotel Suites Room
With all of this nightlife and entertainment, partygoers can opt to ride an elevator instead of a cab to their home away from home and choose from 1 of 4 AccorHotel brands ranging from luxury to economy, to cater to every demographic. These include:
- Grand Mercure Ambassador Seoul Yongsan designed for families and long-stay guests who enjoy an upscale lifestyle in a serviced residence, with 202 relaxing rooms featuring warm colors and locally inspired decorative motifs, prints, pictures and furniture.
- Novotel Suites Ambassador Seoul Yongsan ideal for long-stay business and leisure guests or those who like more space and flexibility, with 286 spacious modular suites featuring an ergonomic design for work and relaxation and non-partitioned space that can accommodate from one to four guests.
- Novotel Ambassador Seoul Yongsan for business and leisure guests seeking a comfortable and easy stay, with 621 large fully-appointed rooms with a simple, modern design, and non-partitioned space that is ideal for individual guests and families.
- ibis Styles Ambassador Seoul Yongsan features 591 colorful and inspiring rooms with a bold personality, making it the choice for business and leisure groups, airline crews, families, friends, and frequent individual travelers who prefer all-inclusive rates.
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