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Art: Le Méri­dien Seoul

Opened late last year, Le Méri­dien Seoul was in­spired by the golden age of travel in the 1960s and ex­udes the glam­our of a by­gone era. The ho­tel is all about “co­or­di­nates, cul­ture and cui­sine”, with time­less chic in­te­ri­ors, state-of-the-art fa­cil­i­ties, great din­ing op­tions, and even an art mu­seum, M Con­tem­po­rary, which ho­tel guests can ac­cess free. 120 Bonge­unsa-ro, Gang­nam-gu, Seoul 06124 T +82 2 3451 8000

Homely: Ho­tel 28

This lux­ury bou­tique ho­tel was in­spired by a retro film set, with in­te­ri­ors by global de­sign stu­dio HBO+EMTB. Guests can un­wind in the ho­tel’s rooftop gar­den, visit the cin­e­math­eque and gallery, or dine at the restau­rant Wol­hyang. 13 Myeong­dong 7-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul 04534 T +82 2 774 2828

His­tor­i­cal: Rakko­jae Seoul

Rest mind and body at this beau­ti­ful hanok (tra­di­tional Korean house). The serene Rakko­jae Seoul has three rooms and a sep­a­rate house with two rooms, each with a slightly dif­fer­ent feel and en-suite bath­room. En­joy un­usual ac­tiv­i­ties such as a nat­u­ral mud sauna, kim­chi-mak­ing work­shop and tea cer­e­mony. 49-23 Gyeonggi, Jongno-gu, Seoul

T +82 2 742 3410

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