Sneak Peek: Park Hyatt Busan, South Korea

  • Jenna Hockema

The Park Hyatt Busan has opened in the Haeundae Marine City section of Busan, overlooking the ocean and the Gwangan Bridge. The hotel offers the largest rooms and suites in the South Korean city. The arched shape of the futuristic-looking 33-floor glass building is inspired by the images of a sail filled with wind, the waves of the ocean, and the camellia. The Park Hyatt Busan has 269 rooms and suites, each with French-oak floors, granite bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows with expansive views of the ocean and marina. The top three floors offer several dining options, and the property also features a Lumi Spa and Fitness complex and an indoor pool. (+82.51.990.1234, www.busan.park.hyatt.com)

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