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Incheon Airport Transit Hotel

Inchon, South Korea (JCN)

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Based on 410 reviews
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Standard Single

  • One Single Bed
This room is Non-Smoking.

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Standard Single Twenty Four Hours

  • One Single Bed
This room is Non-Smoking.

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Standard Double

  • Two Double Beds
This room is Non-Smoking.

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Standard Two Doubles

  • Two Double Beds
This room is Non-Smoking.

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Standard Twin Twelve Hours

  • Two Single Beds
This room is Non-Smoking.

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Standard Twin Twenty Four Hours

  • Two Single Beds
This room is Non-Smoking.

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Incheon Airport Transit Hotel
2851 Woonseo-Dong, Joong-Ku<br/>Incheon International Airport, Incheon, South Korea 400-340


Based on 410 reviews
from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Submitted on 05-04-2016
This clean and convenient transit hotel does what it's supposed to do: provide a comfortable place to spend a few hours rest between flights. It's fairly priced - depending on the room, around $10 - $15 - and reasonably comfortable. I found the linens to be very good, the pillows to be excellent, and the bathroom shower strong. My room didn't have a window, though I was told that some of the suites and a few others do. It didn't matter to me, though. I was there to sleep for a few hours and get ... Read more
from KENT
Submitted on 15-04-2016
Only stay here if you really want not to leave the airport between flights. Hotel is basic, 3 star at best. Lounge for Priority Pass and other lounge users is the same as the hotels breakfast/lunch/dinner area so it's very busy most of the time. Room we booked was simply too small for two non-asian adults so had to upgrade. Service is also basic and because they check in lounge users all day as well also very busy. OK if you want a bed and a shower for the night but cost for a sensible size room... Read more
from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia
Submitted on 16-04-2016
We've stayed at the Transit Hotel several times in the past; always the same quality service/amenities. This time we had an 8 hour layover, and with two small children we chose to have some privacy by booking a room for 6 hours. As other reviewers have said, you can get a room with two (rock-hard) beds, however one adult and one young child will *just* fit lying down. You can request a window, however it will be overlooking either the check-in terminal, or the shopping area, not outside. It'... Read more
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Submitted on 25-04-2016
Good food. Brilliant view from dinning area and love the food variety. Loads to choose from food wise but not much of wine selection, just one red and one white plus a beer machine. Friendly staff but the look bit lost.
from Portland, Oregon
Submitted on 06-05-2016
This is located airside in the airport. My room had a double-bed, flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, mini-bar, bathroom and desk - everything one might need for a transit stay. But it gets busy, so book in advance and the cost does not include the "cafe/lounge" adjacent to the hotel. The Hyatt and Best Western near the airport are much less convenient if all you need is a place to sleep and change while on an extended transit time. It's also very quiet if you need to sleep
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