Pullman Hotels & Resorts has reopened The Ambassador Seoul – A Pullman Hotel after a comprehensive 18-month renovation.
Located in the heart of Seoul, the hotel – which first opened for business in 1955 – offers 269 hotel rooms and 49 residences with views of the Namsan N Tower. Club guests will be able to use the Club Ambassador Lounge, which offers private check-in, check-out services, workspaces, and a happy hour.
The property’s six restaurants and bars have also undergone revamp. These include The King’s, which rose to fame first hotel buffet in South Korea in 1975, returns with its traditional and authentic Korean, Asian and European brasserie-style fare, with upmarket items such as Peking duck and king crab. The Lounge & Bar located on the first floor serves afternoon tea and signature cocktails, while Hao Bin offers traditional and authentic Cantonese cuisine. There’s also 1955 Groceria which boasts fresh produce, charcuterie, hotel-branded products, and takeaway menus.
Leisure facilities include an outdoor swimming pool on the fourth floor, an indoor swimming pool, an indoor golf driving range, a fitness, yoga and Pilates studio, and sauna facilities. Corporate travellers with their families in tow will appreciate the Kids Room.
A standout feature for the meetings and events crowd is the hotel’s Namsan Room, located on the 19th floor, a space adorned with a dome-shaped glass window. It also boasts a connecting room to comfortably accommodate larger groups. There are also five meeting rooms, as well as The Grand Ballroom which can hold up to 400 people.
The hotel is a one-and–a-half hour drive from Incheon International Airport and 50 minutes from Gimpo International Airport.