JW Marriott Seoul has reopened following an eight-month-long renovation.
The property offers 379 guestrooms, including two multi-level penthouses and 32 suites. South Korean interior design firm Kesson revamped each guestroom to now feature a warm grey and taupe palette accompanied by a photo wall that displays the art of local artist Seungsang Park.
For events, the property offers a total of 1,460m2 of meeting space comprising a 766m2 Grand Ballroom and six salons. Other facilities include seven F&B outlets, and a Fitness Club â€“ made up of a gym, 85m-long jogging track, indoor golf zone, squash court, basketball court, swimming pool, scuba diving pool, jacuzzi, and sauna â€“ that spans over three floors.
The property first made its debut back in 2000, and was Marriott International’s first luxury property in South Korea. It is centrally located in the Gangnam district and directly linked to the Shinsegae Department store and three Seoul Metro lines.