The Shilla Seoul


5 Star - Super Deluxe

Hosting numerous state visits and international events, The Shilla Seoul is consistently voted South Korea’s top hotel by influential publications, most recently ranked among the ‘World’s Best Hotel’s by Institutional Investor and ‘World’s Top 500 Hotel’s by Travel+Leisure. In addition, it is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World. With stunning views of Mt. Namsan from a private 23-acre sculpture park in the heart of Seoul, The Shilla Seoul, run by the Samsung family, remains one of Asia's most admired hotel groups renowned for luxurious accommodation with state-of-the-art facilities. It has been, and still is, the preferred lodging for royalty, heads of state, dignitaries, celebrities, leaders and business executives. It has the perfect combination between tradition and modern comfort.

Local Tip!

If you are a guest here, try the outdoor pool with its beautiul view of Namsan Mountain or go duty free shopping in the building right next to the hotel.


202 Jangchung-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul , Chungmuro, 100-856

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