What We Love
- French-Korean fusion at the property’s Michelin-starred restaurant
- The 86th-floor Evian Spa
- Gratis tea service (sample the hotel’s own proprietary pear and cinnamon blend) at check-in
- Diptyque toiletries in all guest bathrooms
What To Know
- The hotel can provide guests with personal shopping concierges to guide them through nearby luxe department store, Avenuel
- Guests are treated to a personalized pillow menu
- Champagne bubbles inspired the awe-inspiring crystal sculpture in the cocktail lounge
- The hotel’s Pastry Library churns out made-to-order desserts
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Stratospheric retreat inside Lotte World Tower, with a stylish spa and sky-high bar
Seoul’s glittering skyline takes on new heights at this swanky sanctuary, set on the upper stretch of a 1,820-foot high-rise. The wow factor is unmistakable in the 101st-floor lobby, where double-height ceilings and local woodwork set a polished tone. VIP treatment starts with the seamless check-in process, which can be handled from the comfort of your sprawling suite—cavernous cocoons adorned with hand-painted cherry blossoms on the walls and spacious bathrooms where even the marble tubs gaze towards a jagged and dynamic cityscape. It’s a similar view that beckons at the stylish spa (don’t miss a dip in the emerald tile-lined pool), which offers Alps-inspired treatments such as hydrotherapy and water immersion. Seeking even more privacy? The sky-top salon offering Han River vistas, bottomless tea and coffee, and a steady flow of gourmet snacks is devoted to hotel guests only. Award-winning chef Yannick Alleno masterminded the experience at STAY, the hotel’s 81st-floor French restaurant, which spotlights regional ingredients such as Gongju chestnuts, Eumseong beef, and Yeosu peninsula clams in its refined and unforgettable plates.
In the Area
As a resident of Seoul’s ritziest neighborhood, the Signiel shares its upscale surroundings with other popular city sites like the Seoul Olympic Park and Korea’s biggest underground mall. The hotel’s Lotte Tower address puts guests within easy reach of attractions including a duty-free shopping center, concert hall, and onsite indoor theme park (the world’s largest), Lotte World, complete with an ice-skating rink and aquarium. If you’ve had your fill of futuristic fun, don’t fret: you’re very close to an 8th-century Buddhist temple, Bongeunsa, where visitors can participate in an array of cultural workshops centered on everything from lantern-making to Zen meditation.
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Me and my partner had an amazing time . Staff and service was excellent . I must say the bed was the most amazing comfortable bed I ever sleep in . Really want to buy one for ourself haha !! Definitely will come back
We had excellent days and nights at Signiel.
Superb service, stylish rooms and architecture.
Good western breakfast.
Just one thing: 20.000 Won (19€) for a cappuccino served in the room? Come on, that’s ridiculous!
We were extremely happy with our three-night stay at the Signiel. It is truly an oasis in the sky with incredible amenities and passionate staff. After a day of business meetings or sightseeing, there's no better hotel to come back to than the Signiel. We cannot wait to return!