Tucked along the coastline, Busan is the second largest city in South Korea. It is home to picturesque mountains, glimmering beaches, and the Paradise Busan, which is located right along the lively Haeundae Beach.This upscale hotel features rooms with fantastic views, its own on-site casino, and an expansive spa. The polished, modern rooms start at 377 square feet and include views of either the ocean or the city. Many come with private, seaward-facing balconies. The suites offer more space and a private sitting area, and the top suites are divided into four classes, of which the marble-coated Diamond Suite is the most luxurious. There is an array of dining options including styles such as buffet, Western-fusion, Chinese, Japanese, and even a charming English pub. The on-site fitness center is world class, and the spa boasts a number of treatments, scenic hot spring tubs, and wet-dry saunas.
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The Paradise Busan has a number of plush accommodations to offer. As the only first-class hotel in Busan, it offers premier views of the Haeundae Beach, and many of its rooms are fitted with private balconies. While there are some rooms overlooking the city, the common thread between all of them is a high standard of luxury and tranquility. Chic, understated décor is paired with cozy beds and quilted headboards. Modern amenities such as flat screen televisions and Wi-Fi are available, and bathrooms are fitted with all the necessary toiletries. In terms of suites, there is the introductory Junior Suite followed by four classes of Special Suites. These professionally designed and equipped rooms feature the latest in fashionable furnishings and accents paired with superior comfort. Large beds, inviting sitting areas, and oversized bathrooms are certain to usher guests into a state of mind ideal for relaxation.
At 377 square feet, these modern, polished rooms are designed with the harmonization of soft lighting and dark shades of brown in mind. They are appointed with either queen-size beds or two twins and modern furnishings, and they are available with views of either the city or the ocean. There is also a Deluxe Room available with an attached balcony, allowing guests to step outside and feel the ocean breeze. Guests can also opt for the Premium Deluxe Rooms, which offer more space and can be fitted with either two double beds or one double and a sofa. Premium Deluxe Rooms are without balconies and feature ocean views.
The hotel’s entry-level suite covers 710 square feet and has views of either the ocean or the city with attached balconies. The rooms feature king-size beds, a sitting area with sofa and armchairs, and a large bathroom.
The spacious Special Suites come in four different styles: Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, and Diamond. All carry their own unique aesthetics but stay true to a standard of world-class luxury. All feature master bedrooms with king-size beds, sitting rooms composed of cozy couches and armchairs, and a second bedroom with two twin beds. Some have their own dining rooms and expansive bathrooms with standalone bathtubs. The largest and most prestigious of these suites is the Diamond Suite, which draws on delicate marble lines and understated designs to imbue a sense of grandeur and form an atmosphere of supreme comfort.
A primary destination for visitors to the Paradise Hotel Busan is its luxurious Casino that covers three floors of the annex building, is open at all times of the year, and features a wide selection of games. There is also an extensive spa, however, with a number of activities that range from scenic hot spring tours to professional relaxation treatments. The state-of-the-art fitness club is equipped with everything needed for weight lifting and aerobic exercise, and there’s even an indoor golf room for guests hoping to work on their game. Finally, the expansive Paradise Kids Village provides all manner of activities to keep kids entertained throughout the day.
Open all year round, 24 hours a day and seven days a week, the Paradise Casino features slot machines and more than 70 gaming tables, including Baccarat, Blackjack, and Roulette. The casino is located on the first floor of the Paradise Hotel Busan’s Annex Building and is home to a friendly, professional staff and luxurious facilities.
The resort's on-site fitness center has state-of-the-art facilities designed according to the latest sports science. Weight lifting equipment, treadmills, and various other fitness and aerobic products of the highest quality are available along with professional trainers and instructors to help customize a workout program that perfectly suits active guests.
This indoor practice range features state-of-the-art indoor golfing equipment for enthusiasts hoping to keep up on their game while away from home.
The resort's kids space features a variety of high quality activities for kids that range from reading to a miniature driving course. The activities are educational but place special emphasis on having fun.
Shaded beneath meticulously curated greenery, the spa looks out across the sea in breathtaking fashion. There are outdoor hot springs that seem as if they’re floating in midair. An indoor area also features a number of hot tubs, Jacuzzis, and dry-wet saunas. There are also a number of treatments available in private rooms such as European-style plant treatments, Japanese medicine body cream onkuchu, and Chinese aeremi techniques. The final piece to the puzzle that makes up the resort's massive spa facility is its outdoor pool, which is entirely lit at night and surrounded by comfortable lounge chairs.
The Paradise Busan is home to a diverse selection of gourmet eateries. There is a buffet option featuring international dishes at On The Plate, but there are also a number of more specialized restaurants, such as the Italian, French, and American dishes served at Nyx Grill, Nampoong, an intimate Chinese restaurant, and Sakae, the resort’s destination for sushi lovers. There is also a lavish bakery and an English pub on site.
This English-style pub offers a wide selection of draft beers, spirits, and other light bites. Cozy and inviting, the pub is perfect for business colleagues, friends, and couples.
This lobby bar & lounge is a casual area for guests to enjoy coffee, juice, smoothies, light refreshments, and evening drinks to live tunes of jazz and views of the garden in front of the hotel. Afternoon Tea with sweet cakes and mini sandwiches are served here.
Housed amid orange and dark brown tones, this intimate Chinese restaurant serves modern interpretations of traditional Chinese cuisine in a fine dining environment. Nampoong is also fitted with a number of spaces for private dining that range from smaller rooms perfect for families to larger ones that can seat up to 30.
Featuring a menu that reimagines various Italian, French, and American cuisines in a modern light, Nyx Grill serves up large selections of gourmet dishes and then expertly pairs them with glasses of wine. Looking out upon Haeundae Beach with a sensuous black and gold design aesthetic, the restaurant's modern wine bar was awarded for excellence by Wine Spectator magazine in 2018.
This open-kitchen restaurant is located on the ground floor and extends outdoors to a terrace that provides guests with beautiful views of the sea, Haeundae Beach, and a verdant garden. Operating buffet style, On The Plate serves a number of delicious dishes made with fresh and unique ingredients that were strictly selected from all across the country by master chefs.
Designed with a romantic and opulent Mediterranean atmosphere, the bakery's design is a combination of contemporary and classic aesthetics, while its offerings are made with only local ingredients strictly selected by professional patissiers.
Catering to those with a taste for sushi and sophisticated dining, Sakae focuses on intricate Japanese flavors while sourcing its fish in a way that is both sustainable and demanding of top-quality catches. The dining space is finished with a slate slab of "soil," carefully prepared for many years to have a calming aroma and an anti-bacterial effect. Intimate and engaging, Sakae is open for lunch and dinner.
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