Number of Tourists to South Korea Has Decreased

Number of Tourists to South Korea Has Decreased

The number of tourists to South Korea has decreased from 1,252,080 in February 2017 to 1,233,640 in the March. It is thought that the reduction in the number of visitors to the destination is connected to the quest marketing campaigns for the country as opposed to the opportunities offered by the destination.

It is thought that the Korean tourism offices that are located in the UK and the USA are able to offer brochures and maps for the country and the opportunities available in South Korea, but do not have the resources to offer much else. People who are interested in visiting the country in order to explore the people, hotels, attractions, shopping opportunities, museums and art galleries in South Korea are urged to visit websites and look closer into the country and what is on offer there.

Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, had more than 348 hotels in 2016. The hotels in the popular and cosmopolitan city range from affordable to more high end a luxurious to meet a variety of needs for potential tourists. The Hotels available in Seoul includes the Lotte Hotel Seoul, which is a part of the WorldHotels chain and has 1120 rooms. Located in the most prosperous area of the city, Myeongdong, with access to Duty Free Shopping at the Lotte Department Store the Hotel looks to offer a modern elegant twist on a traditional space. The hotel has a range of luxurious features as well as a high standard of customer service and a contemporary designed space with a large gym, spa and swimming pool.

Also on offer in Seoul is the spectacular looking Aloft, also in Myeongdong. This hotel has only recently opened and consists of 223 guests rooms. The new hotel in the Jung District is close to 4 subway stations and bus stops. The hotel opened at the start of the year and has been created in order to offer good access to attractions like the Namdaemun Market and Myeongdong Cathedral.


Leave a Reply

Latest Issue

Related Articles

More stories from Leisure & Hospitality