Receba as boas-vindas ao Golden Hill Hotel, seu “lar longe de casa” em Paju. O Golden Hill Hotel tem como meta proporcionar a você uma visita relaxante e agradável, motivo pelo qual vários hóspedes retornam todos os anos.
Você vai desfrutar de um quarto com uma atmosfera relaxante, que conta com TV de tela plana, geladeira e ar-condicionado. Além disso, a conexão à internet não será problema durante a estadia, pois o Golden Hill Hotel oferece wi-fi gratuito aos hóspedes.
O hotel de pequeno porte conta ainda com recepção 24 horas, cafeteria e loja de conveniência. Além disso, o Golden Hill Hotel oferece banheira de hidromassagem e restaurante, o que garante momentos de relaxamento em um dia agitado. Para hóspedes com carros, há estacionamento grátis.
Durante sua estadia, não deixe de conferir Bandi Book Cafe, um dos melhores restaurantes de comida asiática de Paju, que fica a uma curta distância do Golden Hill Hotel.
Paju também é uma cidade conhecida por belas galerias de arte, como Gallery G-an, que não ficam longe do Golden Hill Hotel.
O Golden Hill Hotel oferece o melhor de Paju a poucos passos, além de proporcionar uma estadia relaxante e agradável.
기대이상의 가성비 품질 청결도 G마켓으로 할인쿠폰 받아 예약함 삼카로 결재시 추기 결제할인됨 주차장 넓다 당연 재방문의사 다만 디럭스룸 자꾸지 욕조가 사진과 달리 작다 성인둘 같이 못 들어감
This hotel is one of maybe ten ostentatious but artistic hotels clustered on a hill about 1 to 2 miles from Heyri Art Village. It seems like some investors are planning for tourism that isn’t quite there yet? Total contrast to the otherwise peaceful rural-ness of the region. The customer service was unusual. I encountered few people (whether in Seoul or not) who spoke English but everyone in Seoul, whether working in the tourist industry or not, was extremely helpful once I approached them—and several times, people approached me to help when they saw my confusion, even though we spoke different languages. The staff at this hotel were either unfriendly, really nervous about the difference in language, or have a different sense of customer service. My check-in consisted entirely of “Name?” and my key-card being handed to me. I arrived by bus from Seoul and walked with my awkward bags all the way to to the hotel—super sweaty, hot, and tired—so I asked the front desk staff (15 minutes after arriving) if they could call a taxi to take me to the art village—very stiff response. The taxi driver was just as seemingly disapproving of me, although maybe he was bitter because his taxi smelled of vomit. I wondered if it was rural reticence when the next day, upon my departure, I asked the front desk staff again for a taxi but this time totally prepared with a translation on my phone and a point on the map to show them—I got the usual stoney face but then he went above and beyond to figure out where I wanted to be and extensively told the taxi driver. The hotel itself was interesting, fabulous gold and mirrored elevators and ornate gold-encrusted floor as you entered the room. Like most hotel rooms in South Korea, it was automated, once you inserted your key-card into the slot on the wall inside the room. The shower had no shower curtain but then I noticed the drain under the sink. There were slippers, robes, a blow dryer, mini new bath products in the shower, and a collection of full-size bathroom products at various stages of use on the desk. There was a full PC at the desk—I didn’t try to use it. There was a TV with porn you could pay for. The room was stuffy, and like most of the hotels in Seoul, I couldn’t figure out how to cool it—so I cracked the window and thoroughly enjoyed birdsong in the morning, something I hadn’t heard in Seoul. The hotel had a coffee shop (not in operation the one night I was there, and looked more like a bar) and a restaurant (which I unfortunately realized too late and didn’t see). In one of the best parts of this hotel, they had their own mini convenience store right off the lobby. When I checked my emails in the morning, the internet dropped me every three minutes. Annoying. I slept fine—this hotel is clean and serves its purpose.…
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