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  • 41
    Hotel Sunbee

    Hotel Sunbee

    4
    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    I really liked Hotel Sunbee. I have a friend who used to work here, and have visited before. It's located right in the heart of Insadong, which is an extremely tourist-friendly traditional Korean culture street that has a TON of restaurants. As the other reviewer mentioned, this is one of the most veg-friendly areas of Seoul, so Sunbee is a ...

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  • 42
    Cameronian Inn

    Cameronian Inn

    4
    2 reviews

    Simple guesthouse in Cameron highland. This place is famous for their home made scones. It's good, but not cheap. Rooms are simple and reasonably priced (not too cheap, not too expensive). They have lots of travel informations (hiking, day trips...).

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  • 43
    Ramada Hong Kong

    Ramada Hong Kong

    Class:
    4
    2 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    It is one of those hotels which are best suitable for budget travellers. It is very well connected to rail & road.. has beautiful views, good concierge, tram service is just next to door. One can even get a luxury feel in this kind of budget hotel!! Night life is close by.. what else one needs? I will definitely recommend ...

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  • 44
    Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16

    Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    New hotel in a somewhat awkward area of town, but at least it's away from most of the casinos. Cheap on Expedia for what you get.

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  • 45
    Elle Inn

    Elle Inn

    Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews
    Fair - 74% of guests recommend

    The best thing about Elle Inn is the huge rooms and gigantic bathrooms with huge bathtubs. They are way larger and much more modern than many of the higher range hotels in Seoul. It's also right next to one subway, making it a short ride to Seoul station, and a short walk to another. It's close to the Sookmyoung University ...

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  • 46
    U Paasha Hotel

    U Paasha Hotel

    4.5
    3 reviews

    The roof pool is arguably the best in the area, rooms are large and nicely combines modern style design with natural touches. There are a lot of amenities you could get, including breakfast anytime and anywhere you like (as long as it's still within the hotel's area); choices of pillows, soaps, music in your room, and you can even rent ...

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  • 47
    Hotel Mehran Karachi

    Hotel Mehran Karachi

    4
    3 reviews

    Nice plAce good atmosphere

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  • 48
    Mercure Hotel Ginza Tokyo

    Mercure Hotel Ginza Tokyo

    Class:
    4
    2 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Ginza is well known for its trendy luxury shopping and fine dining and just as you would expect most hotel accommodations in the area are quite pricey as well, but the Mercure is an exception. While not exactly cheap, the French inspired hotel doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles, but does offer a clean, quiet hotel right in ...

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  • 49
    Mystays Inn Asakusabashi

    Mystays Inn Asakusabashi

    Class:
    4
    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Mystays is a very functional and flexible accommodation. The hotel was originally designed to look more like an artsy apartment rather than an actual hotel which gives it more of a homey atmosphere. It also comes with a fairly decent amount of amenities such as parking, bicycle rental, massages, broadband internet, dry cleaning, ironing, suit presses, faxing, and photocopying. The ...

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  • 50
    Remm Hibiya

    Remm Hibiya

    Class:
    4.5
    2 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    While the Remm Hibiya is actually a decent sized hotel it almost seems small seeing as it’s sandwiched between two gigantic department stores and is literally in the shadow of the Imperial Tokyo Hotel. The rooms are bright and cheery, but a bit cramped. There’s very little walking space and the closet and shower are quite small. Some people might ...

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  • 51
    Park Hyatt Tokyo

    Park Hyatt Tokyo

    Class:
    5
    10 reviews
    Excellent! - 94% of guests recommend

    Park Hyatt Tokyo: If you’ve been in Asia for a while, but you come from or have traveled in a land with delis, you will be impressed by the little cafe on the first floor of the Park Hyatt Tokyo. And there are shelves and shelves of imported wine (without twist off caps) that would make a nice gift for ...

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  • 52
    Conrad Tokyo

    Conrad Tokyo

    Class:
    5
    12 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    I love this hotel. Most hotels in Tokyo oversell themselves. They use camera angles and gear to make places look bigger than they really are, but the Conrad is the first hotel where I've looked at the pictures and remembered the real experience as even nicer than the photos. I guess the pictures just can't capture the feeling you have ...

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  • 53
    Dusit Thani Hotel

    Dusit Thani Hotel

    Class:
    5
    8 reviews

    The Dusit Thani is a locally owned and distinctly Thai hotel and building. Apparently it was briefly the tallest building in the city after it opened in 1970 and it ‘s one of the only buildings in the city that combines high-rise architecture with Buddhist influenced architecture. Even if you can’t stay, it’s a good place to come to for ...

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  • 54
    Mama Naxi's Guesthouse

    Mama Naxi's Guesthouse

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Possibly the greatest backpacker guesthouse in China, Mama's is run by, well, MAMA - a woman of the matriarchical Naxi ethnic minority who can be described as nothing less than a supreme character. Answering questions with a string of mumbling that typically includes 'Mama' as every fourth word, the proprietress is fond of saying, 'Mama take care of it!' to ...

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  • 55
    Conrad Bangkok

    Conrad Bangkok

    Class:
    4.5
    13 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    One of the best things about the Conrad in Bangkok are the rooms. All sorts of little Thai touches have been made to them so that although you’re spending the night in a high-rise hotel, it’s impossible to forget what country you’re in. Original art hangs on the walls like pen and ink drawings of stupas, silk tapestries decorate the ...

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  • 56
    Hilton Tokyo

    Hilton Tokyo

    Class:
    4
    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Apparently The Hilton in Shinjuku has a a menu for pillow styles. Need I say more? Okay, I will tell you where it is. It’s in West Shinjuku, so you can use Nishi Shinjuku metro station, which you can get to from the basement of the Hilton, or you can walk or use Hilton's shuttle to Shinjuku station. They have ...

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  • 57
    Suk 11 Hostel

    Suk 11 Hostel

    4.5
    5 reviews
    Fair - 70% of guests recommend

    I second what everyone else said. Plus I want to say tiny white lights. Aren't tiny white lights nice at night? They make everything feel kind of festive and elegant. The restaurant by/attached? to the hostel is packed at night which is a good sign.

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  • 58
    Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

    Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

    Class:
    5
    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    Unbelievable hotel. Simply beautiful. When I asked where the bathroom was in the bar/lounge, one waitress walked me over to another hotel staff member, and I could feel that the movement had been practiced, choreographed, but besides that moment, I was virtually unaware of the perfectionist level of service. I think it has a lot to do with the design ...

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  • 59
    The Siam Hotel

    The Siam Hotel

    5
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 95% of guests recommend

    Not due to open until Spring 2012, but already causing alot of excitement amongst the travel cognoscenti, not least because it's conceived by architect and designer Bill Bensley. The property will have 39 rooms set amidst three acres of grounds, plus four traditional Thai teakwood houses. This should give both the Mandarin Oriental and the Sukhothai a run for their ...

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  • 60
    Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu

    Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu

    Class:
    5
    4 reviews

    Coco Palm is exceptional. We spent a few nights in both a beach bungalow and an overwater bungalow. The nice thing about the property is that it offers a great combination of: - beautiful beaches - exceptional on-sight snorkeling - excellent food - overwater bungalows - a relatively short flight from Male There are two primary dining options. We preferred ...

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