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I used to stay at Toyoko Inn before, so I didn't expect much about the room decoration or else but only the location and price, I can't see anything I could complain. As traditional Japanese budget hotel (Yes, Toyoko is Japanese budget hotel brand), the...More
We (2 adults and 15-year old child) stayed for 7 nights in the Double Room A. This is the first time we stayed at a Toyoko Inn in Korea. We had stayed in more than 20 different Toyoko Inns in Japan. Our experiences were as...More
Great location !
Good for shopping till drop!
But hotel wise,super terrible!
Room was clean,but super tiny! You can't have space at all to open your luggages!
Imagine we had 3people!!
Toilet is for miniature Japanese people!
Room still smelly cigarettes we requested no smoking...More
I stayed 6 nights in May. I will certainly recommend this hotel:
- located within 2 minutes walk from Dongdaemun History and Cultural Park subway station, which is an interchange for 3 lines, very convenient. If you are with your luggage, take exit 3...More
I stayed at this location back in April of 2014 (the below list won't let me list anything earlier than July 2014) and only now thought of reviewing it here. I usually stay at Toyoko Inn if there is one available where I'm vacationing, since...More
For shopping enthusiasts, Dongdaemun is a must visit. Enormous shopping centres – stacked with multiple levels of boutique and independent shops – offer the latest in Korean fashion, cosmetics, accessories, and other goods while prices are relatively low. The night shopping (between late night and early morning) is particularly well known here, making Dongdaemun a place where you can literally shop until you drop. If
fashion isn't what you’re looking for, the long-running wholesale markets nearby sell everything from cloth to utensils at lower prices. The rows of food stalls that set up at night ensure shoppers get refueled, and foodies will enjoy checking out nearby Sindang-dong’s Tteokbokki Town as well as some non-Korean offerings from the Central Asian Village near Dongdaemun.