Glad Live Gangnam Opens in Seoul

Newly opened at the heart of the Korean capital, Glad Live Gangnam is the sister hotel of Glad Hotel Yeouido and the latest Design Hotels member in the region, providing a design-savvy hotel option amidst the vibrant city.

Located close to COEX Mall, the largest underground shopping centre in Asia, and Garosu-gil and Apgujeong, two of the trendiest districts in Seoul, the hotel is situated in a neighbourhood filled with bars, clubs, and restaurants. Featuring 210 rooms, a gym, and round-the-clock wine and dining concepts, this luxury haven boasts a minimalist design that dominates its rooms across seven categories.

The Glad House Suite is a mini museum decked with contemporary art objects curated by the Daelim Museum, Korea’s first photography museum; while The Glad Pool Suite has classic black and white interiors with a modern touch, and includes a supersized bed and a soak pool, complete with Bang and Olufsen speakers for the ultimate in-room audio-sound experience. The Live Pool Suite is luxuriously-outfitted with marble walls and herringbone floors, and features a supersized bed and an in-room mini pool.

The hotel’s main restaurant, Flint, serves modern European food in elegant surroundings, which are defined by gold accents and marble furniture. Powerplant is a more casual brunch and bar area, specialising in burgers, pizza, and tacos. With a ‘colour up your life’ motto, D.Bridge Colour Avenue is the hotel’s upscale lounge bar that promises guests a new experience every season.

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