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Getting a piece of the millennial pie

Korea's lifestyle hotels are offering smart luxury or upscale select service to cater to the growing group of younger jet setters.
Monday, October 5, 2015 - 05:50
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InterContinental Hotel Group's 224-room Holiday Inn Express Seoul Euljiro, which opened earlier this year, is an ideal option for the modern, on-the-go traveller, providing guests with no-frill amenities (above); the all-new Glad Hotel Yeouido stands out with its brick facade, adding to the variety of the hip Gangnam area
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InterContinental Hotel Group's 224-room Holiday Inn Express Seoul Euljiro, which opened earlier this year, is an ideal option for the modern, on-the-go traveller, providing guests with no-frill amenities; the all-new Glad Hotel Yeouido (above) stands out with its brick facade, adding to the variety of the hip Gangnam area

KOREA'S tourism industry is always adapting and in tune with the changing profiles of the international tourist market. Although the accommodation options in Korea have in the past often been limited to a choice between the two extremes of high-end luxury hotels and cheap motels, this is rapidly