x The average starting price for a place to stay in Gyeongju is £30 per night.
sylvain chetela We were the first European to stay in this new guesthouse... so it was special for our host to have us ! She was very friendly even though her English was not so good. We met many nice people there. The atmosphere is such that you easily make some new friends without any problems. Follow the instructions she gives to find the place, unlike my friend and I that got lost... that was our mistake ;) Anyway, really a cute place to stay in Gyeongju !
5-4, bungmun-ro 55beon-gil , Sunggundong, Gyeong-jExcellent 90%
166bunji, Sajeong-dong, Gyeongju Si Gyeongsangbuk-doAwesome 87%
138-2 Hwango-DongGreat 81%
nzhamsta The location is excellent, a couple of minutes from the railway station. It is down an alleyway on the left hand side and if you get to the traffic lights you have gone too far. The owner / manager spoke reasonable English. The breakfast was basically eggs and toast but as much as you liked whenever you liked. They do need to get some knives and forks for non chopstick users like myself. The bed was quite hard, quite common in Korea I gather, and the room was clean and tidy. The wifi only worked in the lounge and there were free computers there as well. Overall, a great place to stay.
173-1 GyeongBook-Do GyeongJu City NoSeo Dong0 69%
shms0 The owner speaks fluent English and is prompt to give suggestions about what to see and how to use the buses. Provides a nice little map with different types of restaurants, ATMs, etc. The hostel is old and shabby but seems reasonably clean. There are rooms with a shared toilet/bath but for a bit more money you can get a room with a private toilet/shower. Very close to the bus stations (including the city tour buses), thus further away from the sites, but you can walk to the main part of the city in about 30 minutes. Big supermarket near by.
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