AIDA Hotel, Seodaemun
AIDA Hotel, Seodaemun
AIDA Hotel, Seodaemun
AIDA Hotel, Seodaemun
AIDA Hotel, Seodaemun
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AIDA Hotel

Seodaemun

Reviews

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From 28 reviews
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harrys329
22 Sep 2017 - Wisata sendiri
So I came to Korea for 10 days to train in a local Taekwondo Dojang. The hotel was really only meant as a base for me as I would be training and site seeing for most of the days. Upon arrival I was blown back by the size of the TV and facilities. You have your own fridge, Jacuzzi bath, computer and tones of toiletries. When looking closer though I was shocked at the state of the room, it seemed very dirty. Stains on the walls, dirt under bed, empty cigaret packs behind the table etc... Overall the hotel is in a good location and does have friendly staff, they just need to review their housekeeping skills. A western traveller would be quite shocked with the cleaning standards
Cbono90
01 Okt 2015 - Pasangan
Legitimately, in retro spect, I can see this being a love hotel, however, at least you know the people who use it as a love hotel need to be fairly clean, it would be a damn expensive place to pay for one minute men or two pump chumps which are generally the guys you would see in laces like this :p But ya, James was super nice and lived in the US before, he looks after his guests, we got a deal through c-trip. It's hidden away and oddly enough RIGHT beside a Buddhist temple Haha! I recommend it, it was a Hail Mary after my girlfriend decided she had enough of sharing rooms with folks...we have two different views on travelling... We paid under a hundred a night, great deal for a last minute find in a radial location based search...comparatively I mean. We had fun here and the area's street food is great!
aud-txh
12 Mei 2015 - Bisnis
Like my title suggests, this hotel is conveniently located, with many eateries and subway within a 3-5 min walking distance. Feeling adventurous I even managed to walk to 346-1 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea to try the infamous churro 101 :) The room I stayed in has no stains on the bedsheet nor a dirty ceiling, I thought that the air conditioning was spoilt too initially, only to realize that it has to be on with the tv remote control instead of the wall controller! For me a solo traveller, room amenities are very important to me, because it's usually meetings, dinner and hotel, therefore the freakishly big tv screen and a personal computer in the room is definitely a plus point! Staff here is the reason for my excellent review.. Was alway greeted with a smile and great attitude, when it was raining heavily, they offered me an umbrella. the most amazing thing is when I was really in a rush looking for a printer they allowed me to print a 22 page document for free! Initially, I regretted booking this hotel because I read through the reviews only after booking the place, but it seems that the ceilings were in good condition, faulty air con was actually me not knowing how to operate the remote control and bedsheets were not dirty at all! It should be noted that family with children should not stay here! I could occasionally hear some moaning from my neighbor! But in the event if you really want to, just make use of that HUGE TV with surround sound speakers, which would cancel out the sound! I usually sleep through the night with no disturbance tho! Hoped that my review helped ! There are some photo for reference! Sorry for the photobomb my feet just love to be in a trip advisor review haha
maybelline79
21 Agt 2014 - Pasangan
I booked this hotel several months ago through expedia because it looked good. However, got very scared after reading the 2 recent comments. My husband and I were preparing ourselves to be in a ghetto hotel located in the red light district. We were expecting the worse. To our surprise it turned out to be a pretty nice hotel in an excellent location. Rooms were average small Korean style rooms with a large flat screen TV. It's not a 4 star hotel but I would compare it to an average 3 star hotel in North America. It's located in the Sinchon district line 2. Only a 2 minute walk from the station and close to many restaurants. Tons of students in this area since it's located close to 2 Universities. Therefore, we would actually come back to this hotel.
Brandon S
10 Apr 2014 - Wisata sendiri
First off, you should know this is essentially a love hotel. It's not just the location and the surrounding hotels, all of which reek of a red light district. It's the stains on the furniture that look suspiciously like body fluids; the lights in the room, which have all sorts of dimmers and special colors, but no actually single light source that lights up the room, like, say, if you wanted to read; and the bath/jacuzzi, which is the most high-tech thing in the room with jets and bubbles and who knows what else. Perhaps that sounds nice. A romantic little place with some mood lighting and a jacuzzi? Not so romantic once you notice the mildew on the shower curtain and water stains on the ceiling and the dank smell of old cigarettes everywhere. Even the bed is hard; if you like mattresses that feel like cardboard laid over a sidewalk, then this is your joint. Given all of these things, one might be slightly concerned about your security in such place. But at least if they have a safe, your passport and cash etc will be safe, right? So you start to look for the safe... what do you know, there's no safe. You go down to the front desk to ask if they have a safe you can use while you're out... nope, sorry, no beans. Given the absolutely atrocious sub-standard conditions you find here, in addition to a vague sense of unease about being robbed and fire safety, you might think you'd be justified to get a refund... but no, they have a no refund policy at least for the first night. Wow. I ended up staying the first night because I didn't want to lose my money, and in addition to all the above, the air conditioner was broken and the windows didn't open. So after a night in a furnace, I woke up with a mouth dry as sand and a killer headache due to dehydration. Welcome to Vogue Hotel.
Location
19, Seogang-ro 18-gil, Mapo-gu
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About Accommodation

Check-in & check-out time
Check-in time:
2 PM
Check-out time:
noon
Do you want to check-in early? Arrange check-in time with the accommodation

Policy

Description

FAQ
Di mana alamat AIDA Hotel?
AIDA Hotel beralamat di 19, Seogang-ro 18-gil, Mapo-gu
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di AIDA Hotel?
Waktu untuk check-in di AIDA Hotel adalah mulai dari pukul 2 PM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul noon
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di AIDA Hotel?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Lift

Faciliies
Popular Facilities
Wifi
Parkir
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Lift
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Fasilitas barbekyu
Dart
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Binatang peliharaan atau binatang penuntun tidak diizinkan
Hewan peliharaan dibolehkan
Fasilitas Umum
Lift
Ruang merokok khusus
Properti bebas-rokok
 

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3.5
From 28 reviews
Kebersihan
3.5
Kamar
3.5
Lokasi
4.0
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
3.5
Pasangan
6
Keluarga
3
Wisata sendiri
5
Berlibur dengan teman
9
Bisnis
2
harrys329
22 Sep 2017 - Wisata sendiri
So I came to Korea for 10 days to train in a local Taekwondo Dojang. The hotel was really only meant as a base for me as I would be training and site seeing for most of the days. Upon arrival I was blown back by the size of the TV and facilities. You have your own fridge, Jacuzzi bath, computer and tones of toiletries. When looking closer though I was shocked at the state of the room, it seemed very dirty. Stains on the walls, dirt under bed, empty cigaret packs behind the table etc... Overall the hotel is in a good location and does have friendly staff, they just need to review their housekeeping skills. A western traveller would be quite shocked with the cleaning standards
Cbono90
01 Okt 2015 - Pasangan
Legitimately, in retro spect, I can see this being a love hotel, however, at least you know the people who use it as a love hotel need to be fairly clean, it would be a damn expensive place to pay for one minute men or two pump chumps which are generally the guys you would see in laces like this :p But ya, James was super nice and lived in the US before, he looks after his guests, we got a deal through c-trip. It's hidden away and oddly enough RIGHT beside a Buddhist temple Haha! I recommend it, it was a Hail Mary after my girlfriend decided she had enough of sharing rooms with folks...we have two different views on travelling... We paid under a hundred a night, great deal for a last minute find in a radial location based search...comparatively I mean. We had fun here and the area's street food is great!
aud-txh
12 Mei 2015 - Bisnis
Like my title suggests, this hotel is conveniently located, with many eateries and subway within a 3-5 min walking distance. Feeling adventurous I even managed to walk to 346-1 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea to try the infamous churro 101 :) The room I stayed in has no stains on the bedsheet nor a dirty ceiling, I thought that the air conditioning was spoilt too initially, only to realize that it has to be on with the tv remote control instead of the wall controller! For me a solo traveller, room amenities are very important to me, because it's usually meetings, dinner and hotel, therefore the freakishly big tv screen and a personal computer in the room is definitely a plus point! Staff here is the reason for my excellent review.. Was alway greeted with a smile and great attitude, when it was raining heavily, they offered me an umbrella. the most amazing thing is when I was really in a rush looking for a printer they allowed me to print a 22 page document for free! Initially, I regretted booking this hotel because I read through the reviews only after booking the place, but it seems that the ceilings were in good condition, faulty air con was actually me not knowing how to operate the remote control and bedsheets were not dirty at all! It should be noted that family with children should not stay here! I could occasionally hear some moaning from my neighbor! But in the event if you really want to, just make use of that HUGE TV with surround sound speakers, which would cancel out the sound! I usually sleep through the night with no disturbance tho! Hoped that my review helped ! There are some photo for reference! Sorry for the photobomb my feet just love to be in a trip advisor review haha
maybelline79
21 Agt 2014 - Pasangan
I booked this hotel several months ago through expedia because it looked good. However, got very scared after reading the 2 recent comments. My husband and I were preparing ourselves to be in a ghetto hotel located in the red light district. We were expecting the worse. To our surprise it turned out to be a pretty nice hotel in an excellent location. Rooms were average small Korean style rooms with a large flat screen TV. It's not a 4 star hotel but I would compare it to an average 3 star hotel in North America. It's located in the Sinchon district line 2. Only a 2 minute walk from the station and close to many restaurants. Tons of students in this area since it's located close to 2 Universities. Therefore, we would actually come back to this hotel.
Brandon S
10 Apr 2014 - Wisata sendiri
First off, you should know this is essentially a love hotel. It's not just the location and the surrounding hotels, all of which reek of a red light district. It's the stains on the furniture that look suspiciously like body fluids; the lights in the room, which have all sorts of dimmers and special colors, but no actually single light source that lights up the room, like, say, if you wanted to read; and the bath/jacuzzi, which is the most high-tech thing in the room with jets and bubbles and who knows what else. Perhaps that sounds nice. A romantic little place with some mood lighting and a jacuzzi? Not so romantic once you notice the mildew on the shower curtain and water stains on the ceiling and the dank smell of old cigarettes everywhere. Even the bed is hard; if you like mattresses that feel like cardboard laid over a sidewalk, then this is your joint. Given all of these things, one might be slightly concerned about your security in such place. But at least if they have a safe, your passport and cash etc will be safe, right? So you start to look for the safe... what do you know, there's no safe. You go down to the front desk to ask if they have a safe you can use while you're out... nope, sorry, no beans. Given the absolutely atrocious sub-standard conditions you find here, in addition to a vague sense of unease about being robbed and fire safety, you might think you'd be justified to get a refund... but no, they have a no refund policy at least for the first night. Wow. I ended up staying the first night because I didn't want to lose my money, and in addition to all the above, the air conditioner was broken and the windows didn't open. So after a night in a furnace, I woke up with a mouth dry as sand and a killer headache due to dehydration. Welcome to Vogue Hotel.
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