Another outdated post. Been swamped with work and flying around a lot this few months. The first day we reached Seoul and man it was cold! I was wrapped in Fat Man’s winter jacket and looking not unlike a black Michelin woman. Still, I was freezing my butt off. We took a coach into the city area from the airport. The journey took a little over an hour.
The coach stopped directly in front of Fraser Suits (Nandaemun), saving us the need to drag our luggage around. Standard check-in timing is 3pm. As we were unwilling to pay an extra night’s charge, we went out and explored the city. Our deluxe apartment we booked was huge. In fact, it was possibly bigger than our apartment in Hong Kong. Although our apartment faces the road, it was still relatively quiet.
In general, I don’t have many complaints about the apartment, except that the two television sets (in the living room and bedroom) were placed too close together. As a result, both sets will switch on when I point the remote control at the same direction. Similar to a regular hotel, there is daily cleaning service available. We did not try out the breakfast at the café on ground floor, but noted that it was quite crowded daily. Depending on your travel preference, Fraser Nandaemun will be a perfect spot for travellers who enjoy heading to Nandaemun market, as that is just a stone’s throw away. For my next trip, I will prefer to stay around Myeondong area so that I can be close to the shopping district.