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13, Dunsanjung-ro 134 beon-gil, Seo-gu, Daejeon, South Korea 302-828
  • I found no fresh fruit, but fruit juice is available


    • by Pusaka

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      I did not book this hotel. My company did the booking for me to stay during an international conference held in Daejeon city of South Korea. It is one of the four hotels recommended by the conference committee. The location is pretty near to Government Complex bus stop where the airport bus from Incheon International Airport stops to drop off passengers. From there, you can notice two high rise building across a large park. Nuvo Star Hotel is the building to the left. Guests then have to walk down for 8 minutes crossing the park, and then cross a street, enter an alley for a

      few meters and the hotel is on your left side. First timers may face difficulty in finding this hotel (I did) because the building has only signboard in Korean language that can be read from the bus stop. From the other side, however, the building has another signboard reading “Toyoko Inn” instead of Nuvo Star Hotel (this is because both hotels share the same building).

      The medium-sized lobby is on the second floor. With the exception of a lady receptionist, the others do not speak English very well, but they are all very helpful in giving advice on directions, calling a taxi, and even allowing us (a group of guests) to gather together in the restaurant by bringing our own food in the evening (the restaurant serves only breakfast). The restaurant itself is also a medium-sized one. Breakfast is served starting from 7:30 am (slightly too late for working days) consisting of mainly a couple of modern Korean food. Non-Korean guests may not know the name and content of the dishes as the management does not provide any written information about them. I found no fresh fruit, but fruit juice is available. For me the type of food is less varied, but the taste is sufficiently good.

      The room is very large ...


      • Nuvo Star Hotel, Daejeon, South Korea
      (I was staying in room 1609). It consists of two parts, a living room and a bed room. There is a large size television in each part of the room. Other amenities are a hair dryer, a fridge, a stove, an electric kettle, a microwave, and even a washing machine. But there is no in-room safe deposit box. As in other Korean hotels, the wifi is very strong and almost uninterruptible. They also provide plenty of electric sockets but all are of two round pin type. Should your electrical devices have different socket type then it will be a good idea to prepare your own
      electric adapter. The room rate is 88,000 won (84.50 dollars) per night.

      As for eating out, it is pretty easy to find some cafes, restaurants, and a seven eleven store around the hotel. To get a public transport is, however, not so easy. You have to walk around twenty minutes (or 5 minutes by taxi) to a special bus stop to get a limousine bus back to Incheon International Airport. Further, there is only one single subway line in this city. The nearest station (Government Complex) can be reached within 12 minutes on foot. Apart from the inconvenience in catching public transports, staying in this hotel is enjoyable.




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