With currently 500 Novotel hotels across 58 countries in the world, the 500th hotel was just recently launched in Seoul. Out of the 500 worldwide hotels, the Asia Pacific alone accounts for 143 plus properties.
“The opening of Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun Hotels & Residences heralds an era of new beginnings for the Novotel brand with the property’s first mixed-use flagship development that combines a hotel and residences. Seoul is the heart of the national design scene and competes on the world stage as a technological powerhouse – this stunning newly built property combines these two strengths and transposes them onto experiential stays for leisure, business, and family travellers,” said Patrick Basset, chief operating officer of AccorHotels, Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia.
Racing with the digital times and to enhance customer experience, a mobile concierge and a smartphone, which the guests can freely use during the stay, are part of some delightful offers that Novotel Ambassador Seoul is equipped with. The phone is said to be fully loaded with all hotel information, maps and can manage call and message functions even while the customer is exploring the city. Scanning QR codes, remote access to room controls and amenity service requests can also be done through the phone.
The hotel has 523 rooms with ‘ space within a space concept’. Granite stone floorings and walls can be seen throughout the hotel. Iconic Heunginjimun leaves motif to give the hotel lobby, guest rooms, and bathrooms a common connection.
Keeping in mind the global tourist that Seoul attracts, the all-day dining at the hotel offers a great variety of cuisines. The hotel boasts of 2 bars, a Gourmet bar that serves French-inspired cocktails and a rooftop bar that offers a perfect view of the city skyline while you sip your poison.
Do you plan to travel to Seoul anytime soon and check this hotel out?