Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Seoul, Signiel Seoul is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Signiel Seoul makes it easy to enjoy the best of Seoul.
Rooms at Signiel Seoul provide air conditioning and a minibar, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Signiel Seoul guests have access to a concierge and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Signiel Seoul.
Nearby landmarks such as Seoul Seokchon-dong Ancient Tombs (0.7 mi) and World Peace Gate (0.7 mi) make Signiel Seoul a great place to stay when visiting Seoul.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the French restaurants, including STAY, Modern Restaurant, Bar 81, and Table 34, all of which are a short distance from Signiel Seoul.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Changdeokgung Palace, Namsan Park, and Seoul Children's Grand Park.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Signiel Seoul is sure to make your visit to Seoul one worth remembering.
The hotel is superb! Starting from the location where everything is within walking distance. Shops of both local and international brands, including the luxuones, restaurants of almost all cuisines, cafes, and even theme park. The hotel is super classy with beautiful decorations. The room was perfect with a breathtaking view over all Seoul. I loved how the room is organised for the dressingroom to the spacious bathroom. No single amenity was missed. Service was very good, and the staff were doing their best to satisfy. My only take is the language. It was a bit difficult to communicate with the staff as they were poorly skilled with English speaking. I am sure if they enhance this part, they will see a significant flow of foreign tourists
The Signiel Premier, an upgraded accommodation with a river view and a luxury bathtub, was ours. Although the cost was not low, I believe it was worthwhile. A package of seaweed that my wife sent to the hotel went missing for a few days. Brad Hwang and his team continued their search for it. Just before we go for the United States, they finally managed to find it. We were able to successfully wrap up our holiday.
This is one of the best hotels in the world. Has an amazing view, rooms are incredible, but the service is flawless. Breakfast was very special, as was the spa facilities. The only area I think could do with a little bit of improvement is the Bar, the drinks could be better and the could offer better snacks given the price of the drinks, but the setting and service are still very good.
In my years of travel to Seoul, I have only stayed on Gangbuk but thought I would take a chance a couple of days before work started to stay in Gangnam and get to know the neighborhood and the sights a bit. The Signiel is a beautiful hotel. Very professionally run - all the reviews below highlight that and they’re all true. The design of the hotel and the hotel floors is beautiful - the sliding doors separating the room corridors from the elevator and public spaces are genius and the overall layout is wonderful. The rooms are well appointed, clean and bright, not the sterile business style you see in the Gangbuk hotels. I think that this, like the Shilla, is a destination hotel even for Koreans. Young Koreans. Very young noisy Koreans who come here to staycation. I did not hear any language spoken among the guests other than Korean. The clientele definitely detracts from the perceived level of the hotel in terms of class and style which is a shame. The hyped up breakfast buffet is just that - nice but nothing close to Four Seasons. And sadly, the two nights I stayed at the Signiel were the foggiest nights in all of Seoul’s recent history! Not a single thing was visible through the thick fog. So I can’t comment on probably the only reason people choose to stay here which is the view. Oh well. Location is not what I expected. Thought it would be closer to Apugujeongdong and Chongdamgong but it really isn’t. And first time exposure to the Lotte universe in Seoul was truly eye-opening. One benefit of being here in subpar weather was that everything is connected underground - The high-end and duty free shopping, some local stores, the market with its never ending food options. I believe entrance to subways is also easily accessible although I did not try it. All in all, a nice quiet stay to recover from jet lag but too out of the way for my interests and probably not enough draw to bring me back.…
My fiancee really wanted to show me this hotel (having stayed there previously) and it exceeded all my expectations. Highlights for me were the beautiful view of the river from our room, and the amazing breakfast every day. Tip: Show up early for breakfast on weekends, it can get quite crowded and if you show up after 8:30 ish you may have to wait 20+ minutes for a table.
I’ve been a fan of Signiel pre Covid .. but I’ve just returned to Signiel last month and was very disappointed… the service level were not as good as before, and what’s worse they charge for toothbrush ! Housekeeping were haphazard too . Will not be going back soon. The 2 stars are for the view and their comfortable beds!
Our room was the Signiel Premier, upgraded with a river view and premium bathroom. The price was not cheap, but I think it was worth it. My wife shipped a box of seaweed to the hotel that went missing for several days. Brad Hwang and his staff did not stop looking for it. Finally, they were able to locate it just before we leave for the USA. We were able to finish our vacation with a high note. We recommend this hotel to other travelers, get an upgraded room! We will definitely visit again. See you next time!
Simply the best hotel stay ever! 5 stars isn’t doing the Signiel hotel justice as we were amazed and everything exceeded our expectations. The Lotte World Tower is very beautiful and unique, but the hotel in itself is just the best of the best. From the hospitality of the staff always there to help even though they remain discreet, the room with amazing views of Seoul and luxurious furnitures. The breakfast is just the best and I would advise anyone to actually try it, from the freshly made Chantilly to the caramel cream and we really liked the correct portions so it was possible to taste everything. The gym and spa are also an experience in themselves that need to be seen. We really want to warmly thank the staff. We liked it so much that we extended our trip to have one more night at the Signiel.…
The Han-river view from this hotel is the unique experience, cannot be gotten from any other. And its faccilities, room condition and F&B are all great. It isn't hard to say that it is the best in ROK.
It started poorly from the beginning. I booked a Deluxe Suite and saw in the pictures on the website that some of the rooms have two double beds instead of one large bed, so I emailed to request that it be a single king bed. They replied that they can give me a queen so I said if you don't have a room with a king bed, just tell me now and I'll go somewhere else since there are plenty of great hotels in Seoul. They said of course, like they were doing me some huge favor to give me a king bed in a room labelled 'Deluxe Suite'. I later would come to pay for it, as they gave me a room on the lowest floor, with the worst view with a walled out bathtub in the shower in one of the most awkward architectural designs I've ever seen, and to top it all off, the room REEKS of cigarette smoke. Bed was super cheap: this is not Aman Tokyo, or even Park Hyatt, think more like Motel 6. When I asked if I could eat dinner at the signiel club, they said they changed the policy in May and to try to make a reservation on my own at one of the other restaurants. Gee thanks. So I settled for room service, I ordered off the korean menu and it was some of the worst kalbi I've ever had. I would highly recommend you DO NOT STAY HERE and come for lunch or something to enjoy the view, but DO NOT STAY at the hotel. They don't understand service, they seem to be unfriendly to foreigners, their english is bad, and the rooms are cheap, especially the bed and bad water pressure, and slow internet. …
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