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Busan Olympic Park, Busan

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  • I went September 2016 and there were spider webs everywhere, grass up to your knees, weeds growing through bushes. This park isn't kept up at all.  more »
  • Busan Museum of modern art is right next to the Park. Just a short walk away. The scale is small and always slack. Is a small neighborhood within the centum City Park. Department store. Museum of fine arts. A place, such as in the gym for a while, it's a good idea as.
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  • A medium-sized Park with various vegetation (trees, shrubs, flowering shrubs, flowers, "hedges"), paths and paved cobblestone or asphalt and lots of abstract/modernist/surreal sculptures. If you are a lover of such, go here. At first glance, everything beautifully and Interestingly, a number of spectacular skyscrapers, however, though clear signs of neglect neglect blows no, here. Perhaps this impression has contributed to lack of progulivavshihsja. Also some very strange sculptures, and I did not like the energy of this place.
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  • It's not far from haeundae. And service is so nice. I recommend this place.
  • Very nice, upscale, modern hotel. Spacious rooms with up to date technology and great views. Great service as expected from a Park Hyatt. Highly recommend trying the weekend brunch buffet which comes with a main course as well as unlimited buffet items. Everything was superb quality and tasted amazing. The service was spectacular as well. I also recommend the afternoon tea set to relax and unwind by the windows. It's pretty sweet so if you don't like sweets you can just get tea. Tips: -Make a reservation for anything you really want to eat or try. They always ask and especially in the afternoon good seats can run out.
  • Best hotel in Busan. You'll pay a pretty penny but no other hotel can match the spacious rooms, excellent service and excellent overall facilities. Chef Keenan is one of the greats and makes meals/sets worth eating. Don't waste your money at Cabinet or Merciel either. One has decent steak but terrible sides and the other might as well be a self serve with their poor servers.
  • Great hotel in a good location. Note, it is about 40 minutes from the airport.
  • The view is great. And also the room style is really modern and park Hyatt style. Bell team really need to improve on their service. Ask guest directly to bring their own lug up to their room instead of offering assistance. The first impression is the most important part. However, they missed that part.

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Established as a domestic tourist destination for a long while now, you'll find a good set of accommodations in Busan, a city becoming more and more equipped to cope with its burgeoning international reputation. Around Seomyeon station and slightly further to the northeast lie some of the most established options, with an abundance of hotels, hostels, and guesthouses in this highly commercial district. Head to the Haeundae beach district for a range of beachfront options, and more budget-friendly guesthouses in the side streets that lead away from the beach.
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