Signiel SeoulMarch 21, 2019
Stylish, chic and state-of-the-art, the Gangnam district of Seoul is arguably Asia's trendiest urban area. The latest landmark on this high-rise skyline is Signiel Seoul, a spectacular new luxury hotel that reflects both the contemporary and classical faces of this vibrant city.
Located from the 76th to the 101st floors of the 555-metre-high Lotte World Tower, South Korea’s tallest building, Signiel Seoul overlooks the bright lights of Gangnam, the Han River and the glittering city beyond. From this unsurpassed setting, this new luxury hotel promises spacious and luxurious accommodation, fantastic fine-dining, world-class wellness and unforgettable events, all supported by spectacular views.
Operated by Lotte Hotels & Resorts, the hotel has been designed to showcase the grace and elegance of Korean culture. There are 235 rooms and suites in total, ranging from a generous 40 square metres to an expansive 353 square metres. All guests are offered cutting-edge amenities, including 55-inch HD TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus panoramic windows overlooking Seoul.
Guests who want to experience authentic local culture can select the 92nd floor Korean Suite, which features classical décor with low cushions and a traditional tea table, and for the ultimate VIP experience, the Royal Suite is perfectly perched on the 100th floor and features a separate living room, meeting room, secretary room and even a private jacuzzi.
As well as being a great place to stay, Signiel Seoul is also set to become one of Korea’s leading dining destinations, with a choice of impressive restaurants and bars. Renowned chef Yannick Alleno, who has earned three Michelin stars, creates impeccable French cuisine at Stay, exquisite Korean cuisine can be enjoyed at Bicena, while fine wines and creative cocktails can be enjoyed at Bar 81. Guests at all three venues can savour stunning city views.
These incredible vistas can also be enjoyed by delegates attending meetings and events at Signiel Seoul, which holds the impressive distinction of housing the world’s highest hotel ballroom. Located 324 metres above the ground on the 76th floor, this 550 square metre space is an incredible setting for conferences and weddings, enhanced by a super-sized HD screen. Several other meeting spaces are available, including a bridal room and large pre-function area.
When guests are not working and soaking up the scenery, they can unwind with a wide range of leisure facilities, including a sauna, gym, golf driving range and indoor swimming pool, plus the first Evian Spa in Korea. For retail therapy, Seoul’s largest duty-free shop is also located within the hotel.
With such a spectacular setting and amazing amenities, supported by the timeless charm of Korean culture and situated within Korea’s tallest building, Signiel Seoul is set to become a genuine icon of Asian hospitality.