De zoektocht naar een budgetvriendelijk hotel in Jeonju hoeft niet lang te duren. Welkom bij Lanuit Hotel, de ideale keuze voor reizigers.
Lanuit Hotel is een budgetvriendelijk hotel met een koelkast en airconditioning in de kamers. Daarnaast kun je tijdens je verblijf eenvoudig gebruikmaken van gratis wifi.
Het hotel biedt een 24 uursreceptie, roomservice en 24 uur per dag beveiliging aan. Daarnaast kunnen gasten gebruikmaken van een restaurant waardoor dit een populaire keuze is onder reizigers die naar Jeonju gaan. Er is een parkeerplaats beschikbaar voor gasten die met een voertuig aankomen.
Lanuit Hotel ligt in de buurt van populaire bezienswaardigheden zoals Gyeonggijeon Shrine (4,6 km) en Pungnammun Gate (4,6 km). Gasten kunnen dus eenvoudig de populairste attracties van Jeonju verkennen.
Tijdens je verblijf in Jeonju, kun je genieten van heerlijke dumplings bij Veteran in de buurt van Lanuit Hotel.
Zorg dat je tijdens je bezoek naar populaire attracties gaat, zoals Deokjin Park (0,2 km) en Jeonju Gymnasium (1,0 km). Ze liggen allemaal op loopafstand van het hotel.
Lanuit Hotel biedt je het beste van Jeonju, zodat je optimaal kunt ontspannen en genieten.
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Goodstay Lanuit Hotel (2-ga, Deokjjin-dong, Deokjjin, Jeonju, Jeonju-si South Korea, tel. 826 32535707) was on a small street lined with motels/hotels near Deokjin Park, well north of the hanok village and the bus terminal. When we got to the door a man helped with our luggage and we entered into a dark lobby area with no reception desk, only a window with a tiny opening at the bottom of it. He showed us to our pre-booked and prepaid VIP room (booked through agoda.com) for KRW 97,000 a day. Walking in room 609, there was a table that had two desktop computers on it with two stools in front. The table was in front of a partition that divided the space between the computers and the beds. When you walked by that computer table, on your left was a toilet (with a full spraying system) in a space that was too small for it. There was no way to sit on the toilet and close the door. The next space was a bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub and shower (no shower curtain) and a sink (with toothbrushes and toothpaste in a cup). The next space was a cupboard and an el-shaped piece of furniture. There was a mirror, a hair dryer and every kind of hair preparation imaginable, along with a used hair brush and comb. Also on that piece of furniture was a water boiler and under it a microwave and a mini fridg. Next to the el-shaped piece of furniture was a bench with a coffee table in front of it. Next to the bench was a glass door to a tiny balcony. Walking around the partition and past the balcony were two beds. Across from the two beds was a flat-screened TV on the wall. That was it. After Dimitri tried to use the toilet, with his feet outside the toilet space, we went downstairs to ask about other rooms. No one else was in the hotel and so we saw all of the room types. They were all minuscule; some had beds, some only had ondol on the floor. But all of them had desktop computers and flat screen TVs. We chose room 606 because there was a real bathroom with a toilet in it that was big enough for the sink, toilet and a tub with a shower (no curtain). It was a smaller room than 609 and less expensive (KRW 77,000 per night instead of KRW 97,000). The man at the window in the “lobby” said we would get a refund. The next problem was the bed linen. All the bed had on it was a bottom sheet and a comforter. The man from downstairs (who spoke some English) found another flat sheet and we put it on the bed with the comforter on top. Unfortunately, no amount of proper linen could make the bed comfortable--it was hard as sleeping on a board. Our first night, at around midnight, we heard lots of noise around us. By morning everyone had left. Lanuit Hotel was a “love motel” typically rented for a short time. We figure couples make love on the hard mattress and play video games. Maybe they also “do their hair” with all of the hair products. We first thought we might find a real hotel to move to on that quiet street. No way; the street was lined with similar love motels. We found a real hotel near the hanok village that we came to Jeonju to see. Hansung Hotel was part of a big Korean hotel chain called Benikea. We reserved a suite for KRW 120,000 weekday price and KRW 140,000 for Friday and Saturday. We went back to the LaNuit and told the man. He said “get the refund from agoda.” He called agoda and told them we were checking out. Agoda sent Dimitri an e-mail confirming that we would get a refund. Phew!…
The hotel was located in the neighborhood full love "love motels." Our room looked clean and designed creatively. The room smelled of cigarettes and there was an ashtray and matches on the table available for our use (we're not smokers). The toilet room was so small that our knees touched the front door if we sat down. The shower was nice. The beds were a little too firm, but I slept okay. There were no sheets, only a comforter (smelled washed). Large TV.