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At first, the staff there seems had no record about my reservation, but I have no proof except the Airbnb app record. Anyway, I had a good stay here, most of the things are included with the cheap price. You can see and enjoy the Korean local spa culture here, very interesting.
My husband and I love staying at Jimjilbangs, but almost have a hard time sleeping on the floors and in the sometimes noisy open rooms. This place offered a private room, at a great price. You usually have to pay 10000 each to stay at a public sleeping Jimjilbang, so 10000 each extra was great.
We thought the bed, and room was clean and quiet.
The staff don't speak English, but there was an English liaison working when we arrived and when we left- so no harm done.
I recommend this place if you like public baths, and want to stay in a great location, with your own private room/bed.
Location is good, close to station and many eateries but there is a huge staircase to climb before reaching the spa so not recommended if you have heavy luggage. Remember to print out your reservation info for easier check-in. 4 floor up so more stairs to the room. Room is nothing like the pic shown but they are alright for the price. Spa itself is pretty run down but overall is a good experience. Wouldn't recommend for long term stay.
I left behind a bag of chocolate in the men's and went back in 2 hours. The chocolate in the bag was gone and the bag was left on the stool outside the toilet. I asked the staff near the toilet and he wasn't helpful and said he didn't know it. But I could tell from his face he took it.
Actually I wasn't concerned so much about the room condition, but mostly the staffs' attitudes. They weren't friendly and that made the stay worse.
Location wise is alright, it's near the dodgy transgender area. I wouldn't go back and the reason being is a friendly gesture from the staff is far more important.
The local is not exactly a house, but more like a hotel.
Some few staff can speak english.
But if you don´t know korean you can still manage your trip.
Aside that, my room was hot, even in winter!
I think it would be a bad idea to stay in the room in summer.
The public bath were ok.
There are some sauna that you can use, and they are wonderful!
The neighborhood is a internacional one, and has a convenience store nearby and a supermarket that is open until 10pm.
The room was much cleaner and more spacious than I had expected. The wifi in the room didn't work but thankfully there was a lan cable in the room, which I could use with my computer. I stayed during winter, so the temperature of the room was perfect although it did get a little chilly at night. (there is a small heater in the room that could be used)
Toilets are on the floor below the guest rooms so it might be a little inconvenient for people who go to the washroom a lot and there are also no private showers. All showering and bathing is done in the public bath area. It was a little intimidating at first, but I got used to it very soon.
I would say that for the price, it's really value for money as not only do you get a room just like any other motel, you also get to enjoy the in-house spa facilities throughout the entire day! You can also find a lot of foreign restaurants near the resort, which I definitely appreciated. Overall, I loved my stay there and would definitely recommend it to lone looking to stay in Seoul for a short period of time, especially during winter!
Was looking for a unique and affordable experience in Seoul. My Korean friend reassured me bathhouses such as Itaewon Land are common and considered a normal part of life in Korea so I gave this place a shot.
Stayed for 6 days. Room was more spacious than I anticipated, but definitely bare bones. Shared bathroom/shower as expected, took a little getting used to, but not so bad all in all. Good location, right on the central strip of Itaewon. Room got hot and had virtually no ventilation, so be conscious of this if you have a hard time sleeping in a muggy room. I didn't have too much of an issue getting a good nights sleep.
WiFi was a bit spotty but there was a Starbucks right across the street. Food on the 3rd floor was decent, but better can be found right outside the SPA. Gym was also decent, only machines, but sufficient for maintenance workouts. All in all for the price it was worth it for me!
Not a bad place to stay if you just need somewhere to sleep. You need to know that you're staying in a Jimjilbang. The room smelled like cigarettes and so do the bathrooms. But for the price it's a good deal.
Lots happening in Itaewon, so it's not like you need to be the room all that much anyway.
Our experience was great for the money! I can't think of anywhere else you can stay for 30 bucks in Itaewon. Not to mention the spa is included in the price! While visiting I had some of the great food in the restaurant as well as a good scrub down from one of the nice ladies working in the bath house! My skin has never been softer! The only bad thing was going to the restroom in the middle of the night just because you have to go up and down the stairs. But it's a small price to pay for clean, cheap lodging + bathhouse (plus hilarious fountains in the girls bath house)! Oh, and someone was always there that spoke English really well thought I don't know if this is the norm. It was really helpful.
For the price it was a good place to crash after the long flight. Simple accommodation and not fun to hang out in, but for a cheap room to yourself it's perfect. The women's spa is a bit run down like others said, but is still very enjoyable. The folks who work there don't speak much english and they do not give good directions but the whole place was clean and central to the Itaewon area. It is very easy to get to in fact, if you are at the Itaewon bus stop (coming from the airport) put the Hamilton hotel on your left side. Walk strait for about a block and a half until you get to a big flight of stairs on your right. Look up the stairs and it's there. And last, but best, the women's spa has hilarious phallic statues.
It was the experience that I won't forget! The place was huge. First thing I did was touring the building. I loved the food and the service. It was something I would actually recommend to my friends. I talked to a lot with the owner, they were being so nice to me the whole time I was there. Thanks for all information like things I need to go travel around. It helped a lot so I won't waste my time. Hopefully, I go there again to stay over sometimes whenever I have a chance to visit the Korea. Thanks again for everyhing you've offered and the kindness,especially !