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Accor Opens First ibis budget Hotel in South Korea

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Accor has opened the first ibis budget brand hotel in South Korea.

The newly-built  ibis budget Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun hotel has 195 guestrooms and is located north of Seouls Han River in a commercial district renowned for its traditional markets and shopping centres.

Mr Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer for Accor Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and the Philippines said, With the successful opening of our ibis hotels in Seoul and Busan, we are proud and excited to introduce the first ibis budget hotel in South Korea. Ibis budget is one of Accors leading economy brands where at a value for money room rate, guests will find cosy beds, spacious showers, soft duvets, and an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet.

The rooms come with twin, double or triple sized beds, and are equipped with a flat screen TV with multi-media hub, individual reading lights, Wi-Fi internet connection, working table, safety box, mini-refrigerator, tea-coffee making facilities, and an en-suite bathroom with shower.

The hotels General Manager, Mr Tchang Lee, said, ibis budget Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun integrates the core values of the ibis family brands simplicity, modernity and well-being and promises guests a quality accommodation at an affordable price, with the highlight being the signature beddings - Sweet Beds by ibis budget - for a good nights sleep.

The hotel features a restaurant that offers a breakfast buffet from 6:30am to 10am, a snack area to enjoy your snacks and soft drinks around the clock, sauna room and gym, a laundry room, indoor car park, and a 24-hour business corner with free internet access and printing services.

Ibis budget Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun is located in the heart of the city and a 10-minute drive to Dongdaemun Design Plaza and Myeong-dong District, Chunggyechen Stream and major shopping malls. The hotel is close to subway lines 2, 4, and 5, which links to the rest of Seoul.

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