Opened in 2015, the Four Seasons is a five-star luxury property located a short distance from Gyeongbokgung Palace. Bukchon Hanok Traditional Village, Sejong Cultural Center 5 and the upscale boutiques of the Myeong-Dong Shopping District are also close by. The floor-to-ceiling windows mean you won’t miss a thing. 29 storeys of gleaming glass and steel wow from the moment you set eyes on the place. A bronze map of Korea graces the lobby, the prelude to a carefully curated collection of art found throughout the hotel. There’s a well-appointed fitness centre large enough for classes as well as personal training, an indoor pool and a traditional Korean sauna. Best of all, preserved and on show in the basement café are the remains of a mediaeval neighbourhood uncovered during construction.
Guests who just can’t bear to give up their golf will be delighted with the Golf Experience located on the 10th floor. This virtual simulator uses five 3D screens to display the greens of courses around the world. Coupled with state of the art technology from TrackMan which analyses posture and swing, there’s no excuse not to improve your game, particularly as there are instructors on hand to assist.
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