Laketel, Yeongdeungpo
Laketel, Yeongdeungpo
Laketel, Yeongdeungpo
Laketel, Yeongdeungpo
Laketel, Yeongdeungpo
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Laketel

Yeongdeungpo

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yoongles u
21 Okt 2015 - Keluarga
this place is like a runaway place for teenager and expensive compare to that size motel. Nothing is provided like soap, tissue, shampoo and shower scrub.only wifi Worstest place I ever been and little scary place between love motels. Room size is about 8x8 with restroom, single bed (very poor and hard), little sink, and washing machine. All in that small room
Lina K
12 Feb 2020
Хорошая инфраструктура: рядом рестораны, кофейни, аптека, несколько больших больших торговых центров, линия метро. Район очень шумный ночью, так как много баров и мотелей. Ночью от обилия рекламы вокруг отеля ночью в комнате было светло, как на рассвете. Комнатка маленькая, есть мини-кухня, холодильник, плита, микроволновка, чайник. Не было полотенец и фена. По прибытии хозяин выдает 2 вида пакетов для мусора, мусор необходимо сортировать. Если пакеты заполнены и нужны еще, то покупать их необходимо самому. В комнате были тараканы и вечером чувствовался запах еды от окрестных ресторанов.
D_Wong91
03 Okt 2014 - Wisata sendiri
For roughly $60/night this was a well priced apartment considering it was in a fantastic location and the room comes with a private bathroom, washing machine, mini-kitchen, wall-mount air conditioner, tv and wi-fi internet. First the location: the area around Laketel is quite the sight at night with neon signs everywhere and small family owned bars and restaurants lining the small blocks. I couldn't find Laketel when I arrived in Yeongdeungpo and a cabbie even had trouble finding it. He had to call the owners to come and find me. The area is a maze with no building numbers and very limited street signs. It was nighttime and Laketel was located down a dark sketchy alley so it wasn't my first choice to explore thinking it would be in a more lit area. I was there for a week so after a few days I knew the area well but be warned that for your first visit to Laketel you will be lost. To help there is a 7-11 convenience store nearby and this alley is almost in front of it. Thinking about it now this alley is a good spot if you want sleep as it is quiet and away from the noise of bars and music. I also chose Laketel because of its proximity to Times Square Mall and the Yeongdeungpo subway station. Nice surprises was the large underground mall where cheap clothing can be found (around 5000 won). For more luxury shopping the Lotte Department store is located above the subway station. There's a huge food court in the basement of Lotte which I visited almost everyday and on the 10th level there's more fancier restaurants with western foods if you get tired of eating korean. I guess I should talk about the room since this is a review of Laketel and not Yeongdeungpo. The room itself is a decent size. I was a bit shocked when I didn't see a shower in the bathroom but then realized the whole bathroom is the shower. It was a bit weird to have water splash everywhere and I'm sure there is some safety violation as there is a covered power plug located midway up the wall. I'm pretty sure people with some intelligence will know not to leave anything plugged into that socket while taking a shower, but then again people have driven into rivers because the GPS told them so. The room has a small kitchen and fridge which was handy to make quick breakfasts in the morning. The other main reason for me choosing Laketel was the included washing machine. I only ever travel with carry-on bags and 3 changes of clothing was not going to last me a week in the 33 Celcius weather without doing laundry a few times. There is no dryer though so hanging to dry takes a day or two for it to be wearable again. The included WiFi internet was nice and fast. I noticed some 4-star hotels in Seoul don't include internet as it's an additional charge so this was definately nice to keep in touch with friends and family back home. Now onto the negatives. There are no bath towels so I had to buy my own from Emart (11000 won). There was also no toilet paper but the 7-11 nearby had rolls for 1100 won. There was a box of tissues though so I guess this was an oversight by the owners. I saw pictures on another website of Laketel and saw there was a small single bed. I thought that's no big deal as I didn't plan on sleeping much since I wanted to see all of Seoul, but I'm 5'11" (179cm) tall, 184lbs (82kg) and I almost rolled out of bed many times at night. Also the mattress was still in it's plastic wrapper so I sweated a lot at night as there's only a thin cover over it. I'm guessing it's a hygiene thing so I didn't want to take off the plastic. I still got 5-6 hours of sleep but again you do get what you pay for and I was not going to spend $300/night for a king size pillow-top 1200 thread count bed. I also reminded myself there are people in this world that sleep on hay and cardboard so really I shouldn't complain. All-in-all I enjoyed my stay at Laketel. There is nobody at the front desk ever and knocking on room 100 (or 101?) where the owners stay yielded no results when I knocked so on checkout day I left without saying goodbye and leaving the key in my unlocked room for them to find. Oh yeah, also you have to pay a 50000 won "deposit" when you first arrive so have korean money with you. I didn't claim my "deposit" back since there was no one to talk to when I left, but I usually leave a tip for the cleaners so that's what I counted this money towards. Would I stay here again? Probably since the price and location are excellent, but I may try the $150/night hotels near Myeongdong when I visit Seoul again. Also I have to emphasize this apartment hotel is strictly for solo travelers only. There is no room for someone else unless they sleep on the floor, which I did contemplate after a second sweaty night on that plastic wrapped mattress.
Lokasi
21-4, Yeongdeungpo-ro 42-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Seoul, KR
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Tentang Akomodasi

Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
14:00-21:00
Waktu check-out:
11:30
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Di mana alamat Laketel?
Laketel beralamat di 21-4, Yeongdeungpo-ro 42-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Seoul, KR
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Laketel?
Waktu untuk check-in di Laketel adalah mulai dari pukul 14:00-21:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 11:30
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Laketel?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Lift
  • Fasilitas Anak
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Lift
Fasilitas Anak
Fasilitas Umum
Ruang merokok khusus
Lift
Layanan Hotel
Penitipan bagasi
Resepsionis 24 jam
Makanan & Minuman
Dispenser air
 

Review

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2.5
Dari 3 review
Lokasi
5.0
Layanan
1.5
Nilai
3.0
Pasangan
0
Keluarga
1
Wisata sendiri
1
Berlibur dengan teman
0
Bisnis
0
yoongles u
21 Okt 2015 - Keluarga
this place is like a runaway place for teenager and expensive compare to that size motel. Nothing is provided like soap, tissue, shampoo and shower scrub.only wifi Worstest place I ever been and little scary place between love motels. Room size is about 8x8 with restroom, single bed (very poor and hard), little sink, and washing machine. All in that small room
Lina K
12 Feb 2020 -
Хорошая инфраструктура: рядом рестораны, кофейни, аптека, несколько больших больших торговых центров, линия метро. Район очень шумный ночью, так как много баров и мотелей. Ночью от обилия рекламы вокруг отеля ночью в комнате было светло, как на рассвете. Комнатка маленькая, есть мини-кухня, холодильник, плита, микроволновка, чайник. Не было полотенец и фена. По прибытии хозяин выдает 2 вида пакетов для мусора, мусор необходимо сортировать. Если пакеты заполнены и нужны еще, то покупать их необходимо самому. В комнате были тараканы и вечером чувствовался запах еды от окрестных ресторанов.
D_Wong91
03 Okt 2014 - Wisata sendiri
For roughly $60/night this was a well priced apartment considering it was in a fantastic location and the room comes with a private bathroom, washing machine, mini-kitchen, wall-mount air conditioner, tv and wi-fi internet. First the location: the area around Laketel is quite the sight at night with neon signs everywhere and small family owned bars and restaurants lining the small blocks. I couldn't find Laketel when I arrived in Yeongdeungpo and a cabbie even had trouble finding it. He had to call the owners to come and find me. The area is a maze with no building numbers and very limited street signs. It was nighttime and Laketel was located down a dark sketchy alley so it wasn't my first choice to explore thinking it would be in a more lit area. I was there for a week so after a few days I knew the area well but be warned that for your first visit to Laketel you will be lost. To help there is a 7-11 convenience store nearby and this alley is almost in front of it. Thinking about it now this alley is a good spot if you want sleep as it is quiet and away from the noise of bars and music. I also chose Laketel because of its proximity to Times Square Mall and the Yeongdeungpo subway station. Nice surprises was the large underground mall where cheap clothing can be found (around 5000 won). For more luxury shopping the Lotte Department store is located above the subway station. There's a huge food court in the basement of Lotte which I visited almost everyday and on the 10th level there's more fancier restaurants with western foods if you get tired of eating korean. I guess I should talk about the room since this is a review of Laketel and not Yeongdeungpo. The room itself is a decent size. I was a bit shocked when I didn't see a shower in the bathroom but then realized the whole bathroom is the shower. It was a bit weird to have water splash everywhere and I'm sure there is some safety violation as there is a covered power plug located midway up the wall. I'm pretty sure people with some intelligence will know not to leave anything plugged into that socket while taking a shower, but then again people have driven into rivers because the GPS told them so. The room has a small kitchen and fridge which was handy to make quick breakfasts in the morning. The other main reason for me choosing Laketel was the included washing machine. I only ever travel with carry-on bags and 3 changes of clothing was not going to last me a week in the 33 Celcius weather without doing laundry a few times. There is no dryer though so hanging to dry takes a day or two for it to be wearable again. The included WiFi internet was nice and fast. I noticed some 4-star hotels in Seoul don't include internet as it's an additional charge so this was definately nice to keep in touch with friends and family back home. Now onto the negatives. There are no bath towels so I had to buy my own from Emart (11000 won). There was also no toilet paper but the 7-11 nearby had rolls for 1100 won. There was a box of tissues though so I guess this was an oversight by the owners. I saw pictures on another website of Laketel and saw there was a small single bed. I thought that's no big deal as I didn't plan on sleeping much since I wanted to see all of Seoul, but I'm 5'11" (179cm) tall, 184lbs (82kg) and I almost rolled out of bed many times at night. Also the mattress was still in it's plastic wrapper so I sweated a lot at night as there's only a thin cover over it. I'm guessing it's a hygiene thing so I didn't want to take off the plastic. I still got 5-6 hours of sleep but again you do get what you pay for and I was not going to spend $300/night for a king size pillow-top 1200 thread count bed. I also reminded myself there are people in this world that sleep on hay and cardboard so really I shouldn't complain. All-in-all I enjoyed my stay at Laketel. There is nobody at the front desk ever and knocking on room 100 (or 101?) where the owners stay yielded no results when I knocked so on checkout day I left without saying goodbye and leaving the key in my unlocked room for them to find. Oh yeah, also you have to pay a 50000 won "deposit" when you first arrive so have korean money with you. I didn't claim my "deposit" back since there was no one to talk to when I left, but I usually leave a tip for the cleaners so that's what I counted this money towards. Would I stay here again? Probably since the price and location are excellent, but I may try the $150/night hotels near Myeongdong when I visit Seoul again. Also I have to emphasize this apartment hotel is strictly for solo travelers only. There is no room for someone else unless they sleep on the floor, which I did contemplate after a second sweaty night on that plastic wrapped mattress.
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