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Hotel Skypark Myeongdong I + Seoul Travel Tips von Escape the Bore   1 year ago


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Hotel Skypark Myeongdong I room tour & some travel trips that I found helpful when traveling to Seoul, South Korea as an American:

- rent wifi egg at the Incheon airport for unlimited internet access for multiple devices

- airport bus is the best compromise between the desirable speed/efficiency of a taxi and the price of bus/subway

- exchange the majority of your money near where you're staying in Seoul (like Myeongdong) for better exchange rates

- purchase T-money cards and refill at the nearest 7-Eleven for easy public transportation

- stay at a hotel in heart of Seoul so that you're within walking distance of attractions (like Myeongdong), can quickly drop off your heavy shopping haul, and save time + transportation money to see more of the city

A few notes on Hotel Skypark Myeongdong 1:

I’m always outside whenever I travel, so this budget-friendly hotel is perfect for me. Do note that I’m about 5 feet 2 inches, and my sister and I felt a bit cramped in the standard double room.

We also only brought 2 carry on suitcases and our backpacks, so you might feel really cramped with more or larger suitcases. I also stayed in a standard double room in 2017, but it had more walking/carpet space.

The ceilings are quite low according to U.S. standards, but I was comfortable at 5 feet 2 inches. By approximation, I think that anyone over 5 feet 8 inches will likely bump their head into the ceiling/structures.

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