Overall, my wife and I were happy with our 1-night staycation. We booked an Aloft King room, and with gold status were upgraded to a corner room of the same type. Nothing fancy about the room, but the bed was very comfortable.
Self-parking is just next to the lobby's main front door, with only space for a couple cars outside, so it's hard to say whether it's always easy to get a spot (although there apparently is some underground parking, getting into and out of the garage appears to be a bit tight). But that parking is free, so very little complaint from us.
Breakfast during covid-19 times didn't include a buffet. Instead, it was either (a) Western breakfast or (b) Korean breakfast. The Western breakfast included two eggs, two small hashbrowns, bacon/sausage, a basket of bread, yogurt, juice, some roasted veggies, and unlimited fresh coffee (espresso/americano/cappucino, etc).
The 2nd floor bar was closed quite early on Sunday. Not sure when it closed for the evening!
The rooftop bar was really great on a clear Spring day. Spacious and airy for what it is. It was just two of us there at around 1:00pm on a Monday. Soft drink was 8k KRW. We imagined that it would be a wonderful spot to spend an evening.
The hotel is located in a good location for shopping and dining. However, do note that on Sundays during this covid-19 period, a lot of places are closed or have limited hours. You may have to hunt. At 11pm on Sunday, only a couple convenience stores remain open within 10 minutes walking distance.
All in all, the staff were friendly, check-in and check-out were smooth, the ground-floor lobby has extra umbrellas if you need to borrow them, and the hotel is very clean and quiet. We saw 5-6 other guests during our Monday morning breakfast, but otherwise saw nobody else in the hotel during our stay.
Happy to visit again for a staycation at this current pricing.