Offering 274 guest rooms right in the middle of the fashion and entertainment districts of Seoul, the new RYSE Hotel was designed by London-based Michaelis Boyd and the local studio Integ.
The interiors feature a unique pairing of pink flooring, dark wood slabs, raw concrete surfaces, geometric custom-made furniture pieces and velvet curtains. Along with its stylish and comfortable rooms, the hotel also offers a one-of-a-kind rooftop bar named the Side Note Club that boasts local musicians played on an impressive collection of vinyl paired with high-end cocktails. The lobby restaurant serves a blended cuisine that was created by the famous Australian Chef David Thompson -- from classic American dishes to renditions of traditional Bangkok street food.
The RYSE Hotel creates a space for guests to feel relaxed yet encourages them to go out and explore the bustling city that surrounds it.
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