Seoul’sÂ Gangnam districtÂ will soon welcome a new, uniqueÂ stayÂ forÂ young socially-conscious travelers when Hotel Cappuccino opens in November.Â Situated in Nonhyeon-dong, the hotel sports aÂ casual minimalisticÂ lookÂ with a total of 141 rooms that include the Quad room, which features comfortable bunk beds for those traveling in a group of four, and the Bark room, where the hotel welcomes dog lovers traveling with their pet friends. Its 18-storeyÂ building comprises three below-ground floors, and the hotel is equipped with a fitness center, function rooms for events, as well as a laundry room. Among itsÂ dining venues are the Hot Eatsue restaurant and a rooftop bar located on the 17th floor, where guests can enjoy a view of the city over a variety of local dishes and cocktails.
Hotel Cappuccino has also teamed up with a number of organizations as part of its efforts to ensure a continuous contribution to the society. ItsÂ Earn & GiveawayÂ program ensures unused amenities by guests during their stay are donated, a collaboration with local organization OTCAN allows guests toÂ donate clothes, and it also works together So Car, the Seoul Metropolitan Government’s official car-sharing service, which is available for hotel guests. A portion of profits from the Bark Rooms will also go to KARA, a local organization that helps care for stray dogs.
â€śTravel is an important part of the modern lifestyle,â€ť says general manager Susan Lee. â€śThe millennial generation, in particular, is highly interested in Shared Value, and this interest is reflected in travel, too. Based on these trends, Hotel Cappuccino was created to offer a lifestyle destination combining the embodiment of these values with affordable prices. We may not be a big hotel, but we hope to contribute to joint corporate-social development.”
For more information, visit Hotel Cappuccino.