Home English Channel Four Points by Sheraton Seoul Myeongdong Officially Opened

Four Points by Sheraton Seoul Myeongdong Officially Opened

written by Admin November 8, 2020
Four Points by Sheraton Seoul Myeongdong Officially Opened

Marriott International today announced the opening of Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Myeongdong, the fourth Four Points by Sheraton hotel to join the brand’s fast-expanding portfolio in South Korea. Ideally located within walking distance to the bright lights of Myeongdong, one of Seoul’s best-loved retail and commercial districts, both business and leisure travelers will be able to enjoy the rich culture, authentic food and beverage offerings in the neighborhood.

“We are delighted to celebrate the opening of Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Myeongdong. The new hotel is our fourth property to open in the capital of South Korea, attesting to the brand’s popularity and also further compliments Marriott International’s commitment to growth in the country,” said Rajeev Menon, President, Asia Pacific (excluding China), Marriott International.

“Designed for today’s modern traveller, the hotel’s contemporary design and genuinely friendly service will enable guests to kick back, relax and enjoy the authentic local flavors and experiences the city has to offer,” he added.

Conveniently situated in the heart of the tourist destination, guests staying at Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Myeongdong can easily access the city’s largest shopping district within just a 5-minute walking distance. The nearby neighborhoods are also not-to-miss, including Eulji-ro where one can find a vibrant food scene and an outdoor bar street, as well as Ikseon-dong, where the traditional houses are renovated into cozy cafes and shops that sell handicrafts designed by local artists. Located near the Eulji-ro 3-ga subway station, the hotel is easily connected to the rest of Seoul, Incheon International Airport and Gimpo International Airport. Guests can reach the hotel in 60-90 minutes from Incheon Airport and 37 minutes from Gimpo Airport by train.

Upon arrival at the hotel lobby, guests will be immersed in the hotel’s vintage modern design with its cozy lobby featuring stylish spaces, dotted with comfortable armchairs and sofas for a familiar sense of welcome. Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Myeongdong offers 375 well-appointed guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer great views over the city. Every design element and amenity in the guest room is geared toward comfort, convenience and relaxation, including comfortable bedding, 55-inch TVs and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi.

The hotel features two distinct dining venues. Evolution, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, offers breakfast and lunch buffets as well as dinner in a lively, casual atmosphere. Guests can also savour both local and international favourites from the restaurant’s à-la-carte menu. The hotel’s Lounge & Bar is a convivial and comfortable place for guests to kick back and relax over cocktails, light bites inspired by local cuisine. The brand’s signature Best Brews program features a range of local craft beers on tap every evening. Additional facilities include a fitness center equipped with advanced cardio and weight equipment for travellers looking to stay fit while on the road.

Four Points by Sheraton Myeongdong is also an ideal venue to host corporate and social gatherings. With 1,679 square feet of event space, the hotel features four distinct multipurpose areas and seamless facilities for seminars, meetings, discussions, corporate training and other events for up to 60 attendees. A 24-hour Business Center is located at the lobby offering convenient workstations along with great views of Seoul downtown.

“We are very excited to welcome guests to Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Myeongdong and  look forward to providing travellers with everything they need to rest, relax and stay connected so they can experience the city’s rich heritage and contemporary culture,” said Bongchul Yang, General Manager of Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Myeongdong.

You may also like

Leave a Comment