Standing as tall as the highest building on all of Jejudo Island, the 22-story luxury business hotel, Lotte City Hotel Jeju, is a prime example of practical, convenient facilities with unbelievable panoramic views.
Located smack dab in the middle of the city in the northernmost area of the island, it is a mere five-minute-drive from Jeju International Airport and is ideal for both business travelers and tourists who prefer to remain within city limits, where it is far easier to hail a taxi if necessary.
Having first opened its doors in February, Lotte City Hotel Jeju is fresh, modern and still looking to expand its facilities, including the current on-going construction of a poolside bar. The hotel offers guests access to the all-season rooftop infinity spa pool located in the outdoor garden boasting spectacular 360-degree views of the entire city. As the highest structure in Jeju, the views include the airport runway, northern coastline and Mount Hallasan ― the tallest mountain in South Korea.
All of the hotel’s 262 stylish rooms feature either a mountain or ocean view, or both with eight suites, 159 deluxe rooms and 95 superior rooms available. Also equipped with high-definition flat screen TVs and wireless Internet throughout the building, the hotel is beyond convenient for sheer entertainment purposes or meeting one’s business needs.
Lotte City Hotel Jeju is also a fitting venue for local or international conventions, seminars, conferences and other large-scale business events with its large banquet halls and state-of-the-art meeting rooms and facilities. The hotel also provides services such as simultaneous interpretation and video conference systems with large-scale screen projectors.
|A look at the C’Cafe located on the top floor of the Lotte City Hotel Jeju. (courtesy of Lotte Hotel)|
For those looking to take advantage of the hotel’s luxurious and elegant atmosphere, the new Lotte Hotel includes a beautiful wedding hall that accommodates more than 400 guests. Among the features of the wedding hall facilities are the vaulted ceilings, warm interiors and the spacious area of the Crystal Ballroom. An outdoor reception venue is available as well.
Despite having only one restaurant in the hotel, C’Cafe combines the atmosphere of breathtaking views with the delectable tastes of worldly cuisine. C’Cafe not only serves Western-style cuisine, but also feature a number of highlight stations that offer many popular Korean and Japanese dishes. Customers can also get a taste of the local delicacies of Jeju Island, including Jeju bodeulgyeol beef, black pork and various seafood medleys. Located on the top floor, the upscale buffet restaurant is visually impeccable with wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows displaying mountain and ocean views.
For more information on room rates and availability for the Lotte City Hotel Jeju, call (064)730-1000 or visit www.lottehotel.com/city/jeju/
The Korea Herald