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[Sponsored Report] Somerset Palace Seoul is top notch

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Somerset Palace Seoul supports an important work-life balance by providing a warm and stylish home. Above is the main entrance of the serviced residence.


Somerset Palace Seoul is specially conceived for executives and their families who seek a harmonious balance between work and family life.

The serviced residence sits beside the tranquil and picturesque Gyeongbok Palace, and is located in the heart of Seoul’s diplomatic, business and financial districts. Other parts of Seoul are easily accessible and minutes from the Anguk, Jonggak and Gwanghwamun stations. Take a leisurely stroll to the myriad restaurants, shopping arcades and entertainment outlets located along the Insadong and Jongno area.

Somerset is more than just about location. Expect spacious surroundings and a sophisticated ambience when you arrive. Its professionally-trained staff is at hand to meet and fulfill your every need. Whether you are on a business trip or enjoying a holiday with your family, Somerset offers you a level of luxury and comfort that’s unsurpassed in Seoul. The staff’s extensive local knowledge helps ensure a comfortable and seamless transition to your new environment.

Somerset’s luxurious, family-friendly apartments range in size from studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and penthouse. Each provides an enriching living environment for the busy executive and family with state-of-the-art communications and entertainment facilities. Fully-equipped kitchens in many apartments let residents enjoy home cooking, while rooming living/dining areas make entertaining a breeze. Each residence is wired for high-speed broadband connectivity and includes a home office with writing desk. Also, enjoy working out in the fully-equipped fitness centre. Check out the billiards room, sauna rooms, residents’ lounge and children’s playroom, too.

The rooftop garden, 18 floors up at the top of the Somerset Palace is an example of a growing trend in “going green.” As you emerge from the stairway leading to the rooftop, you will find yourself surrounded by varieties of flowers and plants, including fruit trees, throughout the year.

Somerset Serviced Residence is managed by The Ascott Limited, a member of CapitaLand. It is the largest global serviced residence owner-operator in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Gulf region managing the Ascott, Citadines and Somerset brands in over 70 cities across more than 20 countries.

By Lee Ji-hyun [concordia@joongang.co.kr]

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