Justin House

No.601, 175, Yanghwa-ro, Mapo-gu,Seoul,Korea South

  • Experience World-class Service at Justin House

    Set in Seoul, within 5 km of Seven Luck Casino Millennium Seoul Hilton Branch and Namdaemun Market, Justin House features free WiFi throughout the property. The property is around 5 km from I'Park Mall and 5 km from Dongwha Duty Free Shop. The property is 5 km from Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market and 5 km from Lotte Duty Free Shop. All rooms is fitted with air conditioning, a microwave, a fridge, a kettle, a shower, free toiletries and a wardrobe. Each room has a TV, and certain rooms also offer a city view. The rooms will provide guests with a stovetop. Around the clock guidance is available at the reception, where staff speak English and Korean. Noon Square is 5 km from the guest house, while Gyeongbokgung Palace is 5 km from the property.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Internet
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
  • reviews

    • Mixed experience

      Reviewed 03 September 2019

      The building has some lovely history and the staff were helpful. It does however feel a little down at heel in places and could do with some refurbishment. A tip on rooms - the ones overlooking the station concourse are very noisy, especially due to the piano which is played pretty much constantly. I had to move after a few hours as it does not stop until midnight and then the station reopens at 6am. Apparently some people like looking over the station but if you dont like noise then check what room you are being offered.

    • Night before the Old Firm

      Reviewed 01 September 2019

      Travelled up from the North West of England to watch the Rangers v Celtic match. No trains on teh day so stopped over going into Glasgow Central Station. Hence we stopped over at the Grand Central Hotel. Forget the previous poor reviews a they are talking nonsense. This is a 4 star hotel with 5 star service. It's like going back in time. Yes it's old, it's dark but it's like an old coaching in but with first class check in and out, taxi booking and concearge. If I could spell it!! 139.50 for 2 guests and breakfast. Come on that has to be good for the second largest city in the UK attached to a massive railway station. OK breakfast was a bit of a queue but it was a buffet and I could have eaten until my head dropped off. Haggis, Angus sausage meat. You won't get that in a Premier Inn! Anyway, love it or hate it I loved it.

    • All fur and no knickers

      Reviewed 30 August 2019

      The hotel obviously has loads of history and the recent refit has helped but paying 120 per night for whats supposed to be a classical room on the 5th floor with no air con and no view is a total rip off. Combine that with awfully slow service in the bar at 6pm on a Wednesday and they have the cheek to charge you table service on your bill upon check out even though you didnt ask for it and ordered your drink at the bar yourself. But that cheap trick to pump up your bill pales into insignificance compared to their service. Upon asking for my room to be reallocated to another guests bill which was pre aranged at check in the night porter argued with me twice then hung up. I got dressed and went down to reception to sort out any misunderstanding but he simply ignored me despite no one else being at the desk. After I eventually caught his attention he told me he was busy "on another call" and then gestured for a manager to deal with me... While the manager was on his way to the desk the guy looked up at me, smiled, and winked...Im not fussy but at 1am Im not that desperate.. He was a usless jobworth trying to make a fool out of a paying guest... This sort of arrogance is inexcusable and I would recommend loking for other choices in Glasgow central that wont make you pay for faux class without any substance.

    • Good value but odd

      Reviewed 28 August 2019

      This is an old-style railway hotel, which has been partially modernised. it is now run by IHG, and I was given an upgrade because of my status with them to a junior suite. There was a lot of room, and some things were fine: the bed was comfortable, the bathrobe was particularly soft, and there was a TV with a good range of Freeview channels in the sitting room. However, there was no air conditioning (which if temperatures increase will become a problem). There was no TV or radio or clock in the bedroom itself. The bedroom had a refrigerator, and the sitting room a nice range of free snacks. But the table there wobbled badly, and the blend between new and old in the room looked odd. There was an old-style bathtub in the bathroom - with claws - but it turned out to be a plastic replica, and only usable as a shower (with a pull-round shower curtain. The room was quiet, and I slept well, and it represented good value for money. However, the style of the room - and indeed of the hotel - which combined low lighting, and brown and grey colours, had a rather dingy feel to it. I had breakfast - aid for in advance. This was good value. But the arrangements were odd. The hotel is obviously spacious. The breakfast room was downstairs from the mezzanine floor. It has two huge pillars in it, and the tables are rather cramped together. There was room for everyone who was dining when I was there - at about 7.20 - but it felt as if people were cramped together. All told, it represents good value, and an interesting if quirky experience. I think that I would go back: the location is good and the overall experience was OK. But I'd warn someone if they were going as to what they would be in for. While it would be great if IHG could renovate the hotel with a bit more style, and install air conditioning!

    • Very convenient grand old hotel

      Reviewed 28 August 2019

      We stayed here for 3 nights at the start of our Scottish trip. We had a deluxe queen bed with lounge area. It was a little disappointing though that the lounge area was down 7 or 8 steps from the bedroom. I am not sure if these rooms are all the same but being on the same level would have been better. Apart from that, the bedroom was nicely decorated, bed was comfortable and the bathroom was fabulous. We were on the 5th (top) floor and overlooked the station roof and the city beyond and found it very quiet. No train noises at all. We did pay for breakfast one morning but we were both disappointed at the quality and choices, especially as we had to eat it in the downstairs deli section, not the main dining room due to high numbers of people eating at the same time. We did however enjoy our drinks in the lovely Champagne Bar overlooking the hustle bustle of the train station.


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