Park Hyatt Busan is one of the few 5-star hotels in Busan, the second-largest city in South Korea. As the undeniable port city capital in Korea, it enjoys plenty of business travel.
But Busan also has a long list of attractions for leisure travelers, ranging from the white sands of Haeundae Beach, numerous temples and religious sites, and even hot spring resorts.
This must-see city has a lot going for it — and the Park Hyatt Busan is one of the classiest ways to stay in Busan.
Let’s take a quick look at the 1 King Bed Room here!
Park Hyatt Busan boasts the most elite location in the city: a soaring skyscraper on the Busan Marina.
The 1 King Bed Room boasts views of the marina, the oceanfront, and of Gwangan Bridge.
The 1 King Bed room, as the name suggests, is furnished with a plush king bed, a goose-down comforter, and 4 pillows. On each side of the bed is a nightstand with a warm lamp and power outlets.
The room also contains an additional powder room, which is outfitted with a bidet toilet and a petite sink.
The room is filled with warm, beige wooden tones and elegant lighting — but the cornerstone is the spa bathroom. Once you step foot into the bathroom, you’ll find a luggage platform, a shoe cabinet, closet space, and slippers on both sides of the entrance.
Moving further in, there’s a floating marble vanity with double vessel sinks, cylinder bath vanity lights, a lighted makeup mirror, and bathrobes.
Right next to the vanity is a deep soaking bathtub with an in-wall TV for your enjoyment. Bath salts and other amenities are available in-room.
The last section of the bathroom is the walk-in shower booth, a decidedly luxurious fixture with high ceilings, warm lighting, and Le Labo® products. There’s also a handheld shower wand.
Elsewhere n the room, you’ll find a deluxe minibar, which offers spirits, wine, snacks, and of course, the coffee and tea facilities.
In this case, coffee was by Nespresso, while tea was by the German company Althaus.
Our room was located on a high floor, and the windows were outfitted with modern, vertical, wooden panels that oozed contemporary luxury and offered exceptional views of Busan.
Park Hyatt Busan’s aesthetically appealing rooms are dramatically designed, exceedingly spacious, and come fully loaded with luxury amenities like a deep-soaking bathtub, a bathtub TV, Le Labo products, a real coffee machine, and the best views in the city!