AVANI Central Busan Hotel to open 2019

An 800 sqm event space will host everything from seminars to parties in South Korea's second busiest city.

AVANI Central Busan Hotel is scheduled to open in 2019 located in Busan’s commercial district within the Munhyeon Finance Complex. The complex has direct connection to the Busan subway system and is a 15-minute drive to Korea’s bullet train KTX stop and international cruise terminal.

Just a 30-minute drive from the city’s Gimhae International Airport, the 289 hotel is a part of a 37-story twin-tower mixed-use complex that includes offices, residences, a retail mall, and the largest theatre (1,800 seats) in Busan capable of hosting international stage productions.

The Sky Restaurant & Bar will offer an all-day dining restaurant while AVANISPA offers relaxing and revitalising treatments and AVANIFIT gym provides the latest equipment to keep in shape.

The most popular beach in Korea, Haewoondae Beach, is a 15 minute drive away.

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