PRLog - Oct. 22, 2012 - Park Hyatt Seoul, a luxury boutique hotel located in the heart business, shopping, entertainment district of Gangnam, is proud to announce that it has been selected as the second best hotel in Japan and Korea by Condé Nast Traveler, the world’s premier travel magazine, in its November 2012 Readers’ Choice Award. In Condé Nast Traveler’s survey rating the best hotels, islands, airlines, cities, and cruises in the world by over 28,000 most discriminating travelers worldwide, Park Hyatt Seoul hotel was rated 95 out of 100, slightly lower than Tokyo Peninsula, proving its position as the best hotel in Korea and Japan. The list of the top ten hotels includes Ritz-Carlton Toyko, For Seasons Hotel Tokyo, Madarine Oriental Tokyo and more. For the second consecutive year, Park Hyatt Seoul has also been selected in the “Best in the World Top 100” as the only hotel in Seoul, Korea to be chosen.
Park Hyatt Seoul Exterior with Sunset
Park Hyatt Seoul’s personalised service and distinctively outstanding facilities have also been valued by other prestigious local and international media. Park Hyatt Seoul was listed as the “Best Place to Get Naked” by TIME magazine and the spa-inspired bathrooms in Park Hyatt Seoul’s guestrooms received recognition for being one of the 24 best places in Asia, while Park Club Spa was listed as one of the “55 Hot Spas”. In addition, Brutus, a high-end lifestyle magazine published in Japan, listed Park Hyatt Seoul as one of the “100 Best Hotels in the World” in 2007 and The Korea Herald selected Park Hyatt Seoul as a “Luxury Premier Hotel” in its “2007 Best Brand Awards.” Recognised by the Institute of Korea Knowledge Information, Park Hyatt Seoul was selected twice as one of the “World’s Most Prestigious Brands” in 2007 and 2009, being the only hotel in the category of VIP service. In 2010, Park Hyatt Seoul was also listed as one of the “Top 25 Business Hotels” by Smart Travel Asia.
Officially opened in 2005, Park Hyatt Seoul is a contemporary personal residence in which the number of guestrooms has been specifically limited in order to provide a high level of service, comfort and attention to detail. With an innovative and distinctive design for the lobby and a swimming pool located on the top floor of the hotel, surrounded by 3.4-metre floor-to-ceiling windows, Park Hyatt Seoul provides genuine luxurious service, unparalleled in the market.
* Condé Nast Traveler: a world-famous premier travel magazine published in the United States and United Kingdom that is also known as the bible for travelers.
Park Hyatt Seoul homepage: http://www.seoul.park.hyatt.com