Somerset Palace Seoul offers a personal touch
Other parts of Seoul are also easily accessible, as it is only minutes away from the Anguk (Line 3), Jonggak (Line 1) and Gwanghwamun (Line 5) subway stations.
The residence offers a variety of apartments that range from studios to one- and two-bedrooms, as well as penthouses. Every option is provided with a fully equipped kitchen, high-speed internet and a home office with a desk.
Various facilities for exercise and leisure are also provided. A fully equipped fitness center, billiards room, sauna, residents’ lounge and a children’s playroom are offered to help guests find an ideal balance between work and family life.
The top floor of the residence features a rooftop garden with an exquisite variety of exotic flowers and plants, systematically planned to stay colorful throughout the whole year.
For foreign customers preparing to relocate to Seoul, the hotel offers extensive local knowledge to ensure its customers adjust to their new environment with ease. Known as the Heartware Service, the Somerset’s system recognizes each guest’s individual needs and provides personalized consultation to match.
Somerset Palace Seoul is managed by The Ascott Limited, a member of CapitaLand. It is the largest international serviced residence owner-operator with more than 200 properties across the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe and the Gulf region. It operates three award-winning brands - Ascott, Citadines and Somerset - in over 90 cities spanning more than 20 countries.
For further information call reservations at (82-2) 6730-8000 or visit www.somerset.com.
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