We only stayed in Seoul/ South Korea for four nights. We stayed at Lone Star Hotel. Before we checked in, the tour guide has told us not to expect the entrance and lobby of the hotel were as beautiful and luxurious as those 5 star hotels in Malaysia, but the inside of the hotel room would be satisfying.
Lone Star Hotel is a small hotel. There is no onsite restaurant as we always had breakfast outside the hotel. A little corner in the lobby can be found which has complimentary coffee, tea, and beverage. The hotel is also nearby many convenience stores – 7-11, Mini-stop and GS25, restaurants, cafes, shops, drugstores, and the street is quite happening at night.
To my surprise, I was glad to see everything in my room is so cozy – the bed, the floor area,tv,
bath tub Jacuzzi that can fit two persons and bathroom. There is romantic red lamps and red heart wallpaper by the bed. My husband gave me a wink and said, "This is a honeymoon room. It will be nice if only just the two of us.". April was sleeping at the extra bed next to the computer table, and it was separated from the king size bed by a 42 inches LCD TV.
Can you tell I am missing Seoul? I will still be posting more entries with my travel to South Korea. I really hope you will enjoy reading them.