Where to Stay in Busan @ Ibis Ambassador Busan City Centre

Hey guys!
Welcome back to my travelog!
I've blogged about "Top 10 Things To Do In Busan For 5D4N" on my previous travelog, if you are interested to know more about Busan, you can click the link right HERE.
The post basically gives an overall view about Busan city and would be able to give you some travel tips when you traveling in Busan.
As for today, I'm going to share the hotel I stayed during my 5D4N in Busan.
I know there are a lot of hotel and Airbnb choices out there, so sometimes it can be really difficult to look for a suitable one.
So, if you are planning to go for Busan trip, I would recommend you to consider Ibis Ambassador Busan City Centre.
I must say that the hotel has far exceeded my expectations, and the stay was literally worth every penny.
It is clean, modern, and convenient.
I booked this hotel through the travel package from AirAsiaGo; I paid RM2000 just 2 weeks before my trip for the entire package with return airfare and 4 night stays hotel.
Without further ado, let's have a room tour with me now!

Ibis Ambassador Busan City Centre is located right in the city center of Busan, that surrounded with entertainment, shopping districts and lost of restaurants and cafes.
Most importantly the location is great with public transports all around, such as subways, trains and buses.
Since we were traveling in a group of 8 people, so we used subways a lot since it helps to save us a lot of money.

The hotel lobby is located at level 17, so all the check-in and check-out would be done at the receptionist counter here.
The staffs at the front desk were very nice and professional with the smile.
If you have questions about the places you wanted to go, check with the receptionists before you go out or ask the staffs at the front desk at the main entrance, they will show you the direction and a better way to go.
The check-in time was 2pm, but they allowed us to check-in early at 1230pm when we arrived.
That was very helpful because we were able to freshen up before we start our first day in Busan. #thankyou
Anyway, if your room comes with breakfast, the daily breakfast restaurant is also located at the same floor, right opposite the receptionist counter.

I stayed in a standard double room with my sister during my trip.
The room itself is not very big, only enough for 2 person, and to open 2 big suitcases, but overall the room is comfortable, clean and well-maintained room amenities.

Fluffy sheets, oodles of pillows are so comfortable to sleep in.
I really had a good night's sleep in the room every night.

The room is very efficient use of space, whereby it has a small couch tucked into the wall together with a desk table.
This is the perfect corner for us to mingle around at night with some Korean sojus and snacks.

The bathroom has separating wet and dry areas, with a half glass partition that creates the perfect walk-in shower.
Best thing about the bathroom is it also offers a cool bidet-style toilet. :)

One of the reasons I like about Ibis Ambassador Busan City Centre is the location.
As I mentioned early, the location is so great that it is so near to subway station, train station, and also short walks to Seomyeon Shopping District, local markets, and also lots of local restaurants and cafes.
The bustling Seomyeon area is under a 10-minutes walking distance, and Busan KTX Station is about 15-minutes to walk from the hotel.
For the subway line, it is just across the street from Exit 1 of Bujeon Subway Station (Busan Line 1).

The hotel also has a Starbucks Coffee Shop and a GS25, a local 24/7 convenient store on the ground floor.

There are really a lot of authentic Korean restaurants can be found around the area.
We had our breakfast everyday nearby the hotel, and sometimes we also ate our dinners right there.
Bibimbap, Jajangmyeon, Bossam, Kong-guksu etc, lots of choices!

It's my first time eating Daegu Tang in Busan.
This is a cod fish stew that served with just radish and scallions added to the milky white broth.
It gives a very fresh taste of broth!

Korean BBQ is a must in Korea!

Korean Porridge is very popular in Korea as breakfast.
I first tried the porridge when I traveled to Seoul for the first time, and till then I will never forget about the taste. :)
The porridge comes with variety ingredients, and the texture is so creamy which makes it the best comfort food in the morning and also during the cold weather.
If you are looking for one in Busan, there is one Korean porridge stall which operated by two young oppas behind the hotel, their porridge are really authentic and tasty!

Across the street, just about 5-minutes walking distance, you can find a mini market with lots of Korean beverages, alcohols, snacks, instant noodles etc.
You can also get Korean Ginseng Tea from the market as your souveniers to your friends and families.
Absolutely a perfect place to hunt for Korean goodies!

Furthermore, there is also a traditional wet and dry market nearby the hotel.
So many ajumas selling fresh fruits over there. :)

Alright, that's all for today!
Hopefully my information helps!
Once again, thanks for all the good memories in Busan.
Busan is a fantastic city to explore and I had a lot of fun to discover it with my family.
Will definitely come back again for more cafe-hopes in the future!

Ibis Ambassador Busan City Centre
Add: 777, Jungang-daero, Bujeon 1(il)-dong, Busanjin-gu, Busan, South Korea
Tel: +82 51 930 1100
Website: https://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-7835-ibis-ambassador-busan-city-centre/index.shtml

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