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4 reviews
Busan’s oldest international hotel gets better with age. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Pritzker Prize–winning architect Daniel Libeskind found inspiration in wind-filled sails and the waves off Haeundae Beach when he devised the curvilinear geometry of this 269-room hotel. — Afar Magazine
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3 reviews
Fantastic views of Haeundae beach, grovelling service and decent on-site dining make the Paradise stand out. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
For the price, the convenient location and facilities can't be beat. — Frommer's
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1 review
The tiny, minimalist rooms in this slick and serene capsule hotel feature high-key, all-white-marble finishings and stunning views of the beach and Gwangan Bridge. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Of the many love motels in the area, this one is convenient to both the beach and the subway... In this older building, the rooms are still spacious and comfortable. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
It's an easy commute to the large manufacturing centre in nearby Yangsan and an easy walk to every imaginable entertainment option that money can buy. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Laying claim as Busan's biggest business resort hotel, this bustling, 43-story structure is indeed an excellent choice for anyone who prizes a central location. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
If you like being in the thick of the action (bars, restaurants and stores), this is the place for you. Once past the rather incongruous facade... you will find some nice small rooms. — Michelin Guide
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2 reviews
The recently refurbished modern rooms are tastefully decorated, and the staff is obliging. — Michelin Guide
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1 review
Here's a hotel with ocean view rooms that make men weep. And not just at the price. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
The Pusan Hotel is designed for flush entrepreneurs whose priorities are a downtown location close to international trade companies, raw fish restaurants and expensive evening diversions. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
This smaller hotel has more of a boutique feel to it than Busan's other mid-range options. — Fodor's
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1 review
Sleeping in a hotel is so last year. Why not spend the night in a mixed-use building above a discount department store? — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Towering over Bujeon Market, Ibis wins for location (a five-minute walk from Seomyeon), cheery staff and understated, chic rooms, which have LCD TVs. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Though the décor is uninspiring, you can't beat the location and price of these immaculate little rooms. — Fodor's
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1 review
Good if you are on a tight budget. The rooms are modest, but the standard of comfort is acceptable, and the welcome is agreeable in this green building near Yongdusan Park. — Michelin Guide
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1 review
Everything a guesthouse needs is here: Haeundae beach locale, knowledgeable staff and a friendly cat. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
An extremely good value hotel owned by a Japanese chain and located right next to the station. — Michelin Guide
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1 review
One of the most economical sleep options in the city, this hostel has every service that today's discriminating budget traveller requires. — Lonely Planet
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