The hotel will include approximately 240 rooms, suites and exclusive villas, with a variety of tailor-made restaurants and bars. There will be facilities for corporate events, in addition to a spa designed in the style of a traditional Korean tea house.
Located just one hour from Seoul by plane, Jeju Island is home to some of Korea’s most spectacular natural wonders, including multiple UNESCO sites, an expansive network of underground lava caves, waterfalls, coastal hiking trails and the highest mountain peak in all of Korea.
Jeju Shinhwa World is opening in phases in late 2017. The resort including a theme park offering rides and attractions in different zones themed after the world’s myths and legends, an adventure water park and a destination spa, as well as Jeju’s first retail and food and beverage complex.
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