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Fall retreat at Oakwood Premier Coex Center SeoulBy Lee Woo-young
Published : Aug. 23, 2013 - 19:56
The package features a luxurious stay in a studio apartment, a one-bedroom apartment that comes with a king-sized bed, or a two-bedroom apartment with two separate bedrooms, each having a queen-sized bed and a king-sized bed.
The deluxe apartments create an ambience that is similar to a private home as they feature an expansive living room and a fully-equipped kitchen.
The package also offers breakfast for two at the dining area; two free DVD rentals at the Business Center and complimentary use of the hotel’s fitness club, indoor swimming pool, golf range and sauna and free wi-fi in the apartments. Late check-out is available if needed.
The package, available for resident Koreans, can be purchased from Sept. 1-30. Prices are 210,000 won for the studio apartment; 270,000 won for the one-bedroom apartment and 330,000 won for the two-bedroom apartment.
Oakwood Premier COEX Center Seoul is the city’s first deluxe furnished serviced residence area, combining the highest class in hotel services with the spacious and cozy atmosphere of a private home. The property offers 280 furnished apartments, from studio apartments to four-bedroom suites.
The Oakwood Premier COEX is located south of the Han River in Samseong-dong, one of the city’s most vibrant and fastest growing commercial and financial centers. The center’s 27-story structure is near City Air Terminal, COEX Convention Center, COEX Mall, Korea World Trade Center and Hyundai Department Store.
For more information, call (02) 3466-7000.
By Lee Woo-young (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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