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Park Hyatt, Busan, South Korea
Try out Korea's ultimate holiday retreat
Park Hyatt, Busan, South Korea
Try out Korea's ultimate holiday retreat
Park Hyatt, Busan, South Korea
Pritzker Prize–winning architect Daniel Libeskind found inspiration in wind-filled sails and the waves off Haeundae Beach when he devised the curvilinear geometry of this 269-room hotel. The interior design includes French oak floors, granite bathrooms with soaking tubs, and floor-to-ceiling windows that afford views of the Gwangan Bridge. The biggest draw is the sun-filled spa. Guests can look out at the city from the indoor swimming pool or indulge in treatments that meld Korean and European beauty traditions. Doubles from $250. 51 Marine City 1-ro, Haeundae-gu, 82/(0) 51-990-1234. This appeared in the October 2013 issue.
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Try out Korea's ultimate holiday retreat
The Park Hyatt Busan is the game changer in Korea's largest vacation city - Busan. Add a whole new stratosphere of luxury to the nation's second city, this link in the international chain lives in a swirling glass tower created by noted architect Daniel Libeskind. Built with the pillars of wellness in mind, all rooms have soothing waters views, and there's a rambling spa offering a variety of Korean and international treatments.
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51, Marine City 1-ro, 우동 Haeundae-gu, Busan, South Korea
+82 51-990-1234