We stayed two nights in this hotel. The hotel is not too fancy, perhaps even a bit old fashioned, but the room was spacious and all amenities where there. The hotel has free and fast Internet. Hotel is in the town centre. Room had lots of electricity wall sockets.
Room: The room was spacious with one bathroom and another separate washroom at the living room. It is also clean and the sofa was comfortable. We had the waterfront room and it was on the 11th floor. It was very windy but we don't hear the wind blowing when we closed all windows. There is heater and air-conditioner which are important during winter and summer. There is also a computer in the room though it apparently only works on Korean website and not others like Google, Yahoo, etc. There is also free wi-fi and tv with various channels in the room which provides extra entertainment on rainy days.
Service: I really enjoyed the service here. They are very warm and friendly (from receptionists to their housekeepers). They speak pretty fluent English too at the front desk. This makes it easier for those who do not speak Korean.
Food: There is a restaurant on the second floor which serves bibimbap. However, you should not limit yourself to that restaurant and instead explore other restaurants around the area too. Most restaurants located right behind the hotels are sashimi and seafood restaurants.
Location: The hotel is surrounded by restaurants and shops. There is a grocery store behind the hotel too which has quite a lot of food (snacks, cooking ingredients, etc.). Walk perhaps 800m away facing the back of the hotel, you will come to a market. You can just walk around the market area to see what they have. The fish do not look fresh but the rice cakes at the back alley was pretty good. If you walk a few metres away from the main door of the hotel you will see a row of shops on your right hand side. They have a shop which doubles a fruit shop and a cafe.It is really pretty and the fruits are fresh too. Definitely worth a visit.
The hotel is basic, but good. The room is wide, clean and comfortable with free WiFi. A little complicate in using TV remote control and air conditoner remote control, but the english instruction is provided. Breakfast is simple, but fulfill your day. There Korean food, and also continental breakfast such as sausage, salad, cornflake, bread, egg, milk and coffee.
A very basic, clean and comfortable hotel. I got a room overlooking the bay, which is one of the best views in the area. Unusually these days, the windows can also be opened to let in fresh air - great! Although the road outside can get quite busy, the windows and well insulated and no sound gets in when they are closed.
The hotel has a restaurant on the 3rd floor which does breakfast (very expensive, and not very good) and a cafe next to the lobby that serves coffee and snacks (kind of like a local version of starbucks) which is very convenient.
The hotel is right on the sea front, and there are nice well paved paths to walk around the bay. Lots of restaurants in the nearby area within 2 minute walk.
Basic accomodation in Yeosu. Staff is friendly with a limited understanding of English.
Rooms are fairly spacious and clean. Ask for one that overlooks the bay.
Bed is okay with a fairly hard mattress, though this is not uncommon in Asia.
Light switches are grouped on a wall panel with Korean indication only. Finding the right one is a matter of trial and error. Bedside lighs and corridor light are equiped with motion sensors.
Bathroom is equipped with rainshower and well stocked with amenities. Toilet is electronic, as is typical in Korea. Finding out the purpose of each button is only for the brave, again Korean indication only.
Large desk with large TV screen and a small sidetable with chairs are part of the room.
Breakfast is basic and mostly Korean, though toast, fried eggs and juice are available.
The ground floor has a coffee cafe and the second floor has a bar.
The restaurant on the 3rd floor is not recommended for diner, better try your luck elsewhere.