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Lotte Hotel Jeju is a luxury resort of Lotte Hotels & Resorts, opened in 2000 in the heart of Jungmun Tourism Complex. The hotel features a total of 500 guest rooms, 9 restaurants, 6banquet halls, fitness center, foreigner-only casino, duty-free shop, and diverse convenience facilities. Hotel buildings are spread across mostly on a slope of land, granting a majority of the rooms a spectacular view of the charming gardens and the open sea. The world-renowned resort hotel The Palace of the Lost City in South Africa is the model of Lotte Hotel Jeju. The hotel design firm WATG was in charge of the exterior and Wilson & Associates the interior. Their collaboration resulted in an elegant and luxurious hotel emanating Korean hospitality. The magnificence of Lotte Hotel Jeju, a reminiscence of old European castles, can be felt from the façade and has drawn many tourists

Access

  • Airport Jeju International Airport 40km 50mins
  • Train -
  • Bus Jeju International Airport 40km 50mins
  • Subway -
  • Shuttle Bus -

Meeting & Banquet Facilities

Meeting & Banquet Facilities Information - Room Name, Location, Room Scale, Capacities(Theatre, Classroom, Banquet, Reception), Facilities(Project, Headset, Interpretation, Inhouse Catering, Teleconferencing)
Room Name Location Room
Scale(㎡)
Capacities Facilities
Theatre Class
room
Banquet Reception Project Headset Interpre
tation
Inhouse Catering Tele
conferencing
Crystal ballroom 6F 1,020 1,100 700 600 1,100 - -
Emerald Room 6F 271 250 120 150 250 - -
Sapphire Ballroom 6F 300 110 80 100 110 - -
Charlotte Room 6F 162 100 70 90 100 - -
Pearl Room 6F 162 100 70 90 100 - -
Ruby Room 6F 142 100 70 90 100 - -
Outdoor Plaza Outdoor 1,650 1,500 0 1,100 1,500 - -
  • Parking
  • WiFi
  • Space 415,550㎡
  • Accomodation 500

Event History

  • International

    • ASEAN-Republic of KOREA Commemorative Summit (2009) Korea, China, Japan Leaders Meeting (2010)

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