High1 Condominium, Jeongseon
High1 Condominium, Jeongseon
High1 Condominium, Jeongseon
High1 Condominium, Jeongseon
High1 Condominium, Jeongseon
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Condominium Resort

High1 Condominium

Jeongseon

Review

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ng_angie16
25 Jul 2018 - Keluarga
Choose this ski resort only because it's the only resort operate ski till late March. The booking of the condo is a mess and it does not allow online booking and the whole booking procedures is through email and yet basically they don't reply email! So i'd to make countless of oversea calls to the resort and they will again asked me to send email to them. Eventually i'd to get my local ground tour agent to check with the resort for my booking. The resort, the resort is big but not much choice of eateries. But good thing is that you could actually order delivery to your condo, there's a whole booklet of delivery service available for your to choose from (but provided you could converse in simple Korean language to place order) The room, we stayed in 3 bedrooms unit and the condo is big and clean The ski, we went in March and no crowd but also no free ski lesson for foreigner as mentioned in their webpage. But as it's the end of the ski season, the fee and charges is relatively cheap
hanminj2016
11 Feb 2017 - Bisnis
Over three times, I enjoyed this resort, especially staying at this mountain condo. They have A~G buildings and T for Terrace building. Ski can be easily available A building, and they have suttle buses to casino and convention center. A few restaurants and convenience stores are located here.
Eotorm
20 Mei 2015 - Keluarga
Going there off season, most shops and restaurants are closed. Casino was fun though. Being the only foreigner in the whole casino adds a surreal touch to it. The room was clean, spacious but surprisingly there was no Wi-fi and no internet at all... A little bit too limited options for the price.
TwoCrabs
19 Feb 2015 - Pasangan
I've stayed in Mountain Condo twice for 3 nights during U.S. President's Day holidays. Disclaimer: We booked our tickets through my employer so we got a huge 60% discount off the room rack rate, and 40% "foreigners discount" off lift tickets and rentals. If you can get a room for under $200 USD per night, it's not a bad deal. The rooms are huge by Korean standards. On our most recent stay, we were in "C" building. Our room had two bedrooms: one Western-style room with full-sized bed, and an ondol-style floor room with rolled mats, one full bath, one 1/2 bath in the master bedroom, large living room with TV, couches and balcony; and a kitchenette with pots, pans, utensils, dishware, kettle, hotplate, fridge, freezer and sink. The bathroom had a hair dryer but no toiletries. No coffee or tea was supplied, but there is a CU convenience store downstairs. There is no ski locker area in the hotel, so we had to schlep our stuff into the room everday. Some people put their equipment on the balcony but we just left it by front door entryway. My only complaint about the room itself was the heat was unbearable. The ondol heated floors were either set to sauna-like temperatures or completely off. We could not change the temperature no matter how much we fiddled with the thermostat. At night, we had to sleep with a window open to regulate the temperature. The Mountain Condo complex is actually comprised of several buildings. Outside the building are several heated pools. We had a great time spending hours in the hot tubs. Most of the adults stuck to the smaller pools. Note the pools are manned by some very aggressive young "lifeguards" in parkas who ban you from doing anything other than sitting quietly in the pool (leave your flasks in the room). One of the buildings has a convenience store. There is also a BBQ fried chicken shack, and a chinese restaurant. We also ordered in a lot; every day after skiing you will come back and find dozens of take-out flyers taped to the front door of your room. Our room was about a 10-minute walk to the gondola on a good path that was shoveled and de-iced everyday. Skiing: We've been to about 8 or 9 ski resorts in Korea, including the 2018 Olympic sites. High 1 is BY FAR the best ski resort in Korea. Great layout. All the runs dump into a bowl. There are a good mix of beginner, intermediate and "advanced" runs (the most challenging Victoria 3 run would only be an intermediate in Alps or Rockies). Weekends are super crowded. A few tips for skiing in Korea: get out at 8:30am for first tracks; most Korean skiers don't hit the slopes until 11am. Sunday is slightly less crowded than Saturday. But for real fun, go on a Monday! On President's Day 2015, we practically had the resort to ourselves, and it was snowing so the skiing was fantastic!
192wanm
18 Feb 2015
Nice and clean family rooms with kitchenette. Bought food from convenience store and made own breakfast. Had fried chicken and pizza delivered to room for dinner. Limited restaurants in the condo. Shuttle bus to other restaurants close by available but food is just average. Convenient location close to ski house. Block A in mountain condo is closest to the ski house.
Lokasi
265-1 High1-Gil, Sabuk-eup
maps
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Tentang Akomodasi

Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
3 PM
Waktu check-out:
11 AM
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Kebijakan

Deskripsi

FAQ
Di mana alamat High1 Condominium?
High1 Condominium beralamat di 265-1 High1-Gil, Sabuk-eup
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di High1 Condominium?
Waktu untuk check-in di High1 Condominium adalah mulai dari pukul 3 PM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 11 am
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di High1 Condominium?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Lift
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Lift
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Taman
Waterpark
Akses ke waterpark (dengan biaya tambahan)
Snack bar/deli
Arena game center
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Fasilitas Umum
Teras
Lift
Properti bebas-rokok
 

Review

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4.0
Dari 27 review
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
1
Keluarga
10
Wisata sendiri
0
Berlibur dengan teman
8
Bisnis
3
ng_angie16
25 Jul 2018 - Keluarga
Choose this ski resort only because it's the only resort operate ski till late March. The booking of the condo is a mess and it does not allow online booking and the whole booking procedures is through email and yet basically they don't reply email! So i'd to make countless of oversea calls to the resort and they will again asked me to send email to them. Eventually i'd to get my local ground tour agent to check with the resort for my booking. The resort, the resort is big but not much choice of eateries. But good thing is that you could actually order delivery to your condo, there's a whole booklet of delivery service available for your to choose from (but provided you could converse in simple Korean language to place order) The room, we stayed in 3 bedrooms unit and the condo is big and clean The ski, we went in March and no crowd but also no free ski lesson for foreigner as mentioned in their webpage. But as it's the end of the ski season, the fee and charges is relatively cheap
hanminj2016
11 Feb 2017 - Bisnis
Over three times, I enjoyed this resort, especially staying at this mountain condo. They have A~G buildings and T for Terrace building. Ski can be easily available A building, and they have suttle buses to casino and convention center. A few restaurants and convenience stores are located here.
Eotorm
20 Mei 2015 - Keluarga
Going there off season, most shops and restaurants are closed. Casino was fun though. Being the only foreigner in the whole casino adds a surreal touch to it. The room was clean, spacious but surprisingly there was no Wi-fi and no internet at all... A little bit too limited options for the price.
TwoCrabs
19 Feb 2015 - Pasangan
I've stayed in Mountain Condo twice for 3 nights during U.S. President's Day holidays. Disclaimer: We booked our tickets through my employer so we got a huge 60% discount off the room rack rate, and 40% "foreigners discount" off lift tickets and rentals. If you can get a room for under $200 USD per night, it's not a bad deal. The rooms are huge by Korean standards. On our most recent stay, we were in "C" building. Our room had two bedrooms: one Western-style room with full-sized bed, and an ondol-style floor room with rolled mats, one full bath, one 1/2 bath in the master bedroom, large living room with TV, couches and balcony; and a kitchenette with pots, pans, utensils, dishware, kettle, hotplate, fridge, freezer and sink. The bathroom had a hair dryer but no toiletries. No coffee or tea was supplied, but there is a CU convenience store downstairs. There is no ski locker area in the hotel, so we had to schlep our stuff into the room everday. Some people put their equipment on the balcony but we just left it by front door entryway. My only complaint about the room itself was the heat was unbearable. The ondol heated floors were either set to sauna-like temperatures or completely off. We could not change the temperature no matter how much we fiddled with the thermostat. At night, we had to sleep with a window open to regulate the temperature. The Mountain Condo complex is actually comprised of several buildings. Outside the building are several heated pools. We had a great time spending hours in the hot tubs. Most of the adults stuck to the smaller pools. Note the pools are manned by some very aggressive young "lifeguards" in parkas who ban you from doing anything other than sitting quietly in the pool (leave your flasks in the room). One of the buildings has a convenience store. There is also a BBQ fried chicken shack, and a chinese restaurant. We also ordered in a lot; every day after skiing you will come back and find dozens of take-out flyers taped to the front door of your room. Our room was about a 10-minute walk to the gondola on a good path that was shoveled and de-iced everyday. Skiing: We've been to about 8 or 9 ski resorts in Korea, including the 2018 Olympic sites. High 1 is BY FAR the best ski resort in Korea. Great layout. All the runs dump into a bowl. There are a good mix of beginner, intermediate and "advanced" runs (the most challenging Victoria 3 run would only be an intermediate in Alps or Rockies). Weekends are super crowded. A few tips for skiing in Korea: get out at 8:30am for first tracks; most Korean skiers don't hit the slopes until 11am. Sunday is slightly less crowded than Saturday. But for real fun, go on a Monday! On President's Day 2015, we practically had the resort to ourselves, and it was snowing so the skiing was fantastic!
192wanm
18 Feb 2015 -
Nice and clean family rooms with kitchenette. Bought food from convenience store and made own breakfast. Had fried chicken and pizza delivered to room for dinner. Limited restaurants in the condo. Shuttle bus to other restaurants close by available but food is just average. Convenient location close to ski house. Block A in mountain condo is closest to the ski house.
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