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The indoor swimming pool at Grand Hyatt Seoul is located on the Garden Level. The nature-friendly interior, combined with the trees, creates an exotic atmosphere. The indoor swimming pool (23 m X 5 m in size, 1.3 m to 1.5 m deep), which is for the exclusive use of hotel guests and Club Olympus members, has an enclosure made entirely of glass on one side, thereby providing natural lighting and a good view of the outdoors from anywhere.
Outdoor Swimming Pool (Summer Season)
Overlooking the Han River, the huge 35 m X 14 m sized outdoor swimming pool provides the perfect retreat for leisurely swimming and sunbathing during the summer season. Outdoor swimming pool usage is available to in-house guests and Club Olympus members. Please make a reservation in advance to ensure you can access the pool at the time of your choice.
24 Hour Fitness Center
The Fitness Center features the latest in cardiovascular equipment combined with a wide array of entertainment options and weight training facilities. Our qualified fitness instructors are on hand to ensure quality workout and Personal Training sessions.
Pilates & Gyrotonic® STUDIO
Make your day more light and balanced with private pilates classes. Take either a professionally led pilates or a gyrotonic class depending on your need to strengthen your core power or also to improve flexibility and stamina. You will notice the benefits in your daily life.
Tennis Court*Reservation required
Enjoy time out in the sun playing a lively game of tennis. We have a total of 3 outdoor tennis courts only available for use by hotel guests and Club Olympus members. *Court usage and rental fees may occur.
Squash Court*Reservation required
Make your day more energetic after enjoying a dynamic game of squash. Operated for the exclusive use of hotel guests and Club Olympus members for enhanced feelings of vitality and add energy.
Seoul Fashion & Style
Itaewon Shopping District
Known as the “International Street”, thousands of foreigners gather here every day to shop, eat and drink. With more than 500 restaurants offering a variety of international cuisines, Itaewon provides an endless array of exciting entertainment opportunities.
Myeong-dong Shopping District
From authentic local goods to high-end luxury goods, you can find everything in Myeong-dong. For luxury shopping, visitors can check out the Lotte or Shinsegye department stores where the latest trends in luxury can be found. Casual shopping is also available on the streets and underground shopping zone of Myeong-dong. Don’t miss out on sampling Myeong-dong’s famous street food when you are there.
Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP)
Located at the Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station, DDP is where cultures meld and trends become contagious, inviting visitors to dream, design and play to their heart’s content.
Apgujeong Rodeo Street
It is a shopping street in Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, with shops and stores where you can enjoy various attractions.
A newly emerging tourist destination with a trendy cafe street. An alley with many shops and stores with cute ascetics.
Classic Arts & Culture
Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art
The Leeum is filled with a vast trove of Korean cultural treasures, as well as works from the most celebrated contemporary artists from around the world.
A complex cultural space with various attractions, from musicals, concerts, performances and exhibitions to cafés and restaurants and a book park to enjoy reading.
Seoul Art Center
The Seoul Art Center is South Korea’s top arts multiplex, featuring an opera house, a music house, an art gallery, an art library, an outdoor theater and more.
Bukchon Hanok Village
A street lined with traditional Korean houses, Hanok, where you can experience traditional crafts at the Hanok Village Workshop.
N Seoul Tower
N Seoul Tower is one of Seoul's most famous landmarks and one of the city's most beloved attractions. The views from the tower are beautiful but the night views are especially breathtaking. Visitors can take in incredible panoramic views of Seoul from the tower's observatory.
Gyeongbokgung Palace is the largest palace built in the Joseon Dynasty and served as the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty. You can watch the changing of the guard ceremony every day at 10:00 and 14:00.
Getaways Within A Day
Seoul offers an exciting selection of golf courses surrounding the city and in the suburbs, just one or two hours by car from Seoul. Make sure you have your clubs and reservations ready to test your skills on Korea’s fabulous fairways.
Amusement & Water Park - Everland & Caribbean Bay
Need something for everyone in the family? Discover Seoul’s amazing amusement parks, such as Everland’s Magic Land, European Adventure and Zootopia, or the Caribbean Bay water park offering thrill seekers an afternoon of fun on the Water Bobsleigh and Mega Storm slides.
Korean Folk Village
Spend some time at the Korean Folk Village and get to know South Korea better by taking cultural classes that introduce you to the shaman faith, seasonal customs, Confucian ideas and more.
Take a trip to the east side of South Korea on your winter holiday. A number of ski resorts are located in Gangwon province where you can enjoy winter activities from ski, snowboard, snow sleds and more.