AccorHotels’ new and massive – 1,700 guestrooms and serviced residence across four hotel brands – hotel complex, Seoul Dragon City, launched its entertainment central, Sky Kingdom on November 22.
Said to be the world’s first four-storey sky bridge that houses a cluster of uniquely themed, world-class lounges, Sky Kingdom occupies levels 31 to 34 of the towering Seoul Dragon City in Yongsan District.
There are five themed lounges in all. One of them, King’s Vacation on the 31st floor bears a sleek, European design and boasts a glass-bottom dance floor that casts one’s eye onto the traffic down below. One floor up and connected by stairs, is the elegant Queen’s Garden which comes with cosy and private semi-circular booths that are perfect for small-sized gatherings. Another venue worth keeping an eye out for is the Sky Beach on level 34, a spacious venue that brings to mind the sprawling open decks of modern cruise ships.
According to Jerome Stubert, cluster general manager of Seoul Dragon City, each of the five themed lounges could accommodate parties of 30 to 40 people, depending on the desired layout, or more when combined. Seoul Dragon City will be using these venues to organise fun events and welcome business event planners who desire unique settings for their social and business gatherings.