The Shilla Seoul is an elegant hotel that combines traditional Korean and modern elements. Located centrally, and yet surrounded by private wooded parkland, this hotel gives guests ample access to the city while still feeling serene.

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Named after the ancient Shilla Dynasty that dates back to 57 BC, The Shilla Seoul celebrates this golden age of prosperity, art, and culture. Rooms and suites are a blend of distinctly Korean styles and modern elegance. Sleek lines and a neutral color palette elevate each space. Artwork brightens the hotel interiors, and modern technology ensures the property is up-to-date with guests’ needs. Views from your room feature the sparkling city or the picturesque Namsan Mountain.

Fine dining awaits in the three-Michelin-starred La Yeon. Korean haute cuisine is prepared with high-quality local and seasonal ingredients. Ariake’s tranquil atmosphere is the perfect setting for a leisurely Japanese meal of fresh sashimi, broiled lobster with sea urchin, and yam and abalone salad. Pair French fare with wine at the refined Continental restaurant. Chefs from Beijing and Guangdon tempt your tastebuds with Peking duck in the contemporary Palsun restaurant, a modern space decorated with art.

Parisian cosmetic brand Guerlain adds its own touch in the luxury spa. Revitalize your body with soothing treatments and pampering beauty options. Soak in the Jacuzzi, experience the Vichy shower, and rest your feet in the foot bath; you might need it after a day of walking around frenetic Seoul. It’s easy to relax at The Shilla Seoul and truly immerse yourself in an eclectic combination of east and west, old and new.

Window shop in Garosugil, a tree-lined street with unique stores or go to bustling Myeongdong, an area full of trendy cafes and fashion boutiques. You may even pick up some ginseng, believed by locals to calm the mind and strengthen the body. Go back to a simpler time at a 500-year-old home with beautiful carved doors, a sloping roof, and a cozy courtyard. Soar above the city in the Walking on the Cloud wine vault, situated atop a 63-story building.
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