American resort model Howard Johnson has debuted on the shores of South Korea’s primary island location with the opening of Howard Johnson Jeju Seogwipo Harbor.
The 241-home oceanfront resort, the first Howard Johnson in Asia outside of China, is operated under a franchise settlement with nearby South Korean developer, Windum AMC whose building abilities have a rising monitor history of success throughout resort, residential and civil infrastructure assignments.
Significantly loved by honeymooners and getaway makers, Jeju Island is regarded for its lovely beach locations, waterfalls and its volcanic landscape of craters and lava tubes.
Hallasan Mountain, a dormant volcano, attributes hiking trails and a crater lake at the summit, with Gwaneumsa Temple close by.
The Howard Johnson model originated in 1925 and is beloved by generations for recollections of road journeys, ice product, and its iconic orange roofline.
Even though the brand’s glimpse and truly feel has progressed around time, what has not altered is a motivation to assisting travellers generate smiles and recollections that previous a life time.
Barry Robinson, president, Wyndham Lodge Team south-east Asia and Pacific Rim, said: “Howard Johnson hotels are grounded in high-quality assistance and an unwavering motivation to producing friends truly feel at property.
“It’s the exact same heat, friendly expertise we have offered for a long time – due to the fact we know that genuine hospitality hardly ever goes out of design.
“With its key placement by the ocean, Howard Johnson Jeju Seogwipo will give a special and unforgettable resort keep expertise for people to Jeju Island.”
The oceanfront Howard Johnson Jeju Seogwipo is situated in the Taepyeong-ro district, within going for walks length to cultural highlights and hiking trails like the Lee Jung-Seop Cultural Road, Seogwipo Maeil Olle Industry and Cheon Ji Yeon Waterfall.
All 241 guestrooms attribute a balcony with possibly ocean or mountain views as well as cosy bedding topped with DuPont cotton duvets.
The brand’s signature pops of orange and turquoise can be noticed throughout the resort even though retaining its nearby flavour with artworks from Korean photographer, Eva Ahn.