The Grand Ambassador is conveniently located in the centre of Seoul close to all the business districts in the city. The hotel is conveniently located between Seoul's newly developed Gangnam precinct and the traditional downtown area. Itaewon, Namdaemun and Dongdaemun markets are all within walking distance, as are the city's museums, historic palaces and theaters. The hotel features 409 rooms with stunning views of the city, and six international bars and restaurants. The hotel also has an executive floor, and a modern health centre with hydrotherapy, indoor pool, sauna, spa, indoor golf driving range, and a gym.
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Superior Rooms embrace modern ambience, guaranteeing you a comfortable stay. These rooms are equipped with an in-room espresso coffee machine and includes access to the fitness club and swimming pool.
Restaurants at the Grand Ambassador Seoul are ideal for guests who pursue a modern lifestyle. Experience cuisines and services of utmost quality, all made available by hands of professional chefs. The King’s is the first all live buffet to open at a luxury hotel using all fresh ingredients for instant serving. The buffet restaurant embraces a modern yet traditional ambiance. The popular seafood selection and 150 dishes from all over the world will allure your palate all year long. Located on the 1st floor, the international dining restaurant Café de Chef combines authentic cuisines from Asia and western countries.