Why We Love This Hotel
Access to Seoul’s Top Attractions: Signiel Seoul is located within easy access of Seoul’s most striking examples of modern architecture, as well as its notable historic sites like ancient Buddhist temples. The LOTTE World Tower and Mall itself, which ranks among the top 10 tallest buildings worldwide and houses Signiel Seoul, is worth exploring in its own right. The Olympic Park facility and well-manicured Songpa Naru Park are also nearby tourist attractions recommended by the hotel.
Expertise and Attention to Detail: As a landmark hotel representing Korea for the LOTTE Hotels & Resorts brand, Signiel Seoul offers the ultimate in high-end hospitality for luxury travelers. The hotel’s operations are backed by the LOTTE brand’s more than half a century of experience in the industry.
Unforgettable Fine Dining: Between STAY – the brainchild of multi-Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alleno – and other offerings like the Michelin-starred Korean restaurant BICENA, some of Seoul’s top food and beverage options are housed within the LOTTE World Tower.
- Seoul, South Korea
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- Banquet Facilities
- Business Center
- Club Lounge
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Pool
- Meeting/conference Facilities
Grand Deluxe Room
These 430- to 538-square-foot rooms come with double beds and wide-ranging views of the Seoul skyline. All high-end Signiel Seoul amenities apply, including free access to the Salon de Signiel guest lounge.
Premier Rooms measure 495 to 645 square feet and come with double or twin beds with capacity for two people. Classic, elegant interior designs are complemented by premium features like marble countertops and bath fittings.
Signiel Premier Room
The most spacious of the standard room types offered, Signiel Premier Rooms cover between 570 to 645 square feet and have either double or twin beds. All five-star amenities apply, and views look out upon the Seoul skyline.
Deluxe Suite Room
The first of several suite types featuring separate bedroom and living room spaces, Deluxe Suite Rooms cover 635 to 785 square feet and have either double or twin beds. They are located high on the 87th to 101st floors of the skyscraper, enabling unrivaled views of the capital.
Premier Suite Room
Also located between the 87th to 101st floors, these suites are even more spacious at between 732 to 936 square feet with super premium double or twin beds. All high-rise suites come with separate bedroom and living room spaces.
Korean Suite Room
The Korean Suite is set high on the 92nd floor and is perhaps Signiel Seoul’s most traditionally designed Korean room. This room measures 904 square feet and comes with double beds. Korean art pieces adorn the walls, and natural wood inlays add a classic, authentic feel to the plush bathroom.
Presidential Suite Room
With an ultra-chic living room and a dining room reminiscent of a gourmet restaurant, the Presidential Suite Room stands at the height of luxury hospitality in Korea. The room covers an expansive 1,540 square feet with double beds, and additional five-star amenities like a 79” HD TV apply.
Royal Suite Room
The Royal Suite Room is located on the 101st floor and is the hotel’s most prestigious accommodation type at 3,800 square feet in size. This room comes with double beds, and exclusive high-end amenities include a lavish living room and meeting room, a secretary room, a private Jacuzzi, and differentiated, attentive service.
A refuge of health and vitality that draws inspiration from the purity of the Alps, the Evian Spa has six treatment rooms, all with private locker and shower rooms. Guests can expect an extensive experience rooted in heat and water that involves a steam room, sauna, jacuzzi and pool.
The Signiel Seoul gym and fitness center is equipped with some 60 ultra-modern pieces of workout machinery. The gym is divided into a Cardio Zone, Weight Zone, Free Weight Zone and a Stretch Zone, and there is also a dedicated Pilates studio.
Salon de Signiel
The Salon de Signiel is exclusive to hotel guests and designed to resemble a classic European library. Guests commonly enjoy coffee or tea while enjoying views of the Han River, and there are also separate meeting rooms.
The in-house sauna facility is home to both a dry and wet sauna, and an ice fountain – the latter of which helps to lower elevated body temperature and boost blood circulation. The negative ions emitted from the sauna stones are said to be beneficial to overall health.
The hotel’s indoor swimming pool is framed by an exquisite set of oversized windows that look out upon the urban landscape. Comfortable poolside beds and bubblejet massage features are available.
The premier beverage offering, Bar 81 is an upscale champagne bar with sweeping skyline views and dazzling design touches. An award-winning sommelier, Lucas Yang, is on staff, and live DJ performances take place on Friday and Saturday nights.
This one-star Michelin restaurant is among the best in the capital when it comes to authentic Korean fine dining. Guests will experience the “emptying, sharing, and filling” ethos of traditional Korean cuisine, as well as its unique taste and flavor.
Signiel Seoul’s pastry salon is three-star Chef Yannick Alleno’s presentation of artisan deserts inspired by his native country of France. Egg tarts, meringues, cherry mousse, pomme d’amour, and classical French pound cakes are just a few of the dessert options on the menu.
Located on the 107th floor, this members-only restaurant amazes with its views alone, but the real star is the cooking of renowned Chef Kyungok Yeo. Fine wines, rare whiskies and cognacs, and expertly prepared sushi are also available in addition to the private dining selections of the head chef.
The hallmark culinary option at Signiel Seoul, STAY features the masterful cuisine of Chef Yannick Alleno, who previously operated two three-star Michelin restaurants in France. STAY serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and dinner entrees include dishes like local duck roasted in a rock sugar crust, a thinly sliced filet with olive jus and wild rocket leaves, and fresh homemade pasta with chestnuts and black French truffles, to name a few.
Chef Yannick Alleno’s choices of small bites and beverages are served here and range from authentic French teas and specially roasted coffee varieties to fine wines and charcuterie platters.
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