Seoul Dragon City to open in Korea comprising four AccorHotels brands
Opening on October 1, Seoul Dragon City will include the Grand Mercure Ambassador Seoul Yongsan, Novotel Suites Ambassador Seoul Yongsan, Novotel Ambassador Seoul Yongsan, and ibis Styles Ambassador Seoul Yongsan.
AccorHotels chief operating officer, Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia, Patrick Basset said the four brands can cater to the needs of every guest.
“Grand Mercure combines rich Korean culture with elegant service, making it a great option for long-stay guests who require full residence services,” he said.
“Our Novotel Suites will attract medium- to long-stay business travellers and families on urban holidays.”
The complex will also feature four floors of entertainment in a Sky Bridge suspended between two of the towers. It will include the King’s Vacation, a lounge bar with an indoor miniature swimming pool and performance stage, and the Sky Beach, where guests can experience a private beach club with music and international cuisine.
Seoul Dragon City cluster general manager Jerome Stubert said Korea is a “very promising market where the number of in-bound travellers is on a steady rise”.
“Grand in its scale, the complex features the widest range of convention space in Seoul, multiple restaurants and bars, and the amazing Sky Bridge,” he said.
“Offering an ideal combination of globally recognised high-standard hospitality and unmatched facilities, Seoul Dragon City is positioned locally, regionally and internationally to be Korea’s global landmark.”