Busan

Park Hyatt Busan | Top | Review
The setup is similar to the Park Hyatt sibling in Seoul – a dedicated tower, a handful of rooms on each floor, and friendly, slightly informal service. Opened in 2013. The interior design is great, creating a warm, relaxed and fairly intimate ambiance. Love the wooden guest room floors, too. [last visited: 2014]


Seoul

Conrad Seoul | Top
Opened in late 2012 as part of the IFC complex. Service is a bit less consistent than what you'd get at the Park Hyatt Soul, and the attention to detail is a bit subpar at times. But if you are entitled to use the Executive Lounge on the 37th floor, they'll do a great job of making sure you get a swift check-in and they keeping good track of your needs when you're in the lounge to relax or work. Rooms are nice, especially when overlooking the river, though a bit bland on the interior design front. Very decent spa and fitness center. A pretty solid and good choice, especially if you want to be closer to the Hongdae area. [last visited: 2017]

Hyatt Regency Incheon | Mid
A classic airport Hyatt. Rooms in the new part of the hotel are really quite nice, and there's a dinner buffé thing on south wing ground floor that's surprisingly good. Breakfast is good, too. A shuttle takes you from and to the terminal and there's a maglev train option, too. And when none of those options are available late at night, it's semi-possible to walk from the Incheon station terminal to the hotel if you have to (I've done it a few times). [last visited: 2017]

Park Hyatt Seoul | Top
Love the service. Friendly, relaxed, feels like coming back to a family property of sorts. Once you become a regular guest the ground floor staff will whisk you right up to your floor with in-room check-in done in a split-second. Small and lovely relaxation area featuring an onsen-hot plunge pool. Located in Gangnam right next to Coex and the Samseong subway station. An absolute favorite of mine. [last visited: 2014]