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Boree Hotel

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Time Out says

Stepping into the lobby of the hotel, you’re greeted by a muted black and white pattern that dots its way up to the high ceiling. The only sign of extravagance are the few plants that color the place with bursts of green. Designed by Kim Ji-eun and Jo Yu-yeon and opened this past August, the aesthetic is minimal with an ambiance that is both simple and natural. There are four types of rooms: Boree Terrace Room, Boree Suite Room, Boree Room and the Deluxe Room. Each of the 46 rooms has a Simmons bed, Ligne Roset furniture and is impeccably clean. For couples wanting to splurge, the 890-square-foot Terrace Room offers large windows and a glass door that leads to an open-air garden as well as double sinks in the bathroom, a luxurious bathtub and a separate toilet. (The freestanding oval bathtub is a particularly beloved item.) For those on a tighter budget, the Deluxe Room with its warm colors and cozy interior is probably one of the best rooms for the price. All guests can enjoy the b’Side Bistro and Bar located downstairs behind the lobby and facing the Boree Garden in addition to a gym and the basement library. Boree’s director Hong Ji-yun explains: “There’s a quiet, unexpected beauty to Boree (meaning barley in Korean) and we try to maintain the hotel as if it were a field of barley.”


160, Yeoksam-ro
Terrace Room 400,000 won, Deluxe Room 120,000 won
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