Signiel, a luxury hotel brand launched by Lotte Hotels and Resorts, will open its doors in April.
The hotel is situated on levels 76 to 101 of the 555-metre-tall Lotte World Tower. The 123-floor tower is the world’s fifth tallest building, and is located in the southeastern Songpa-gu district adjacent to the Han River. It takes about 80 minutes by car to reach the hotel from Incheon International Airport, and 50 minutes from Gimpo Airport.
The Signiel has 235 guestrooms, consisting of 126 deluxe rooms, 67 premier rooms and 42 suites, with sizes ranging from 44 sqm to 3,800 sqm. All rooms are equipped with 68-channel satellite TV and coffee maker, while a complimentary shoeshine service and access to the Salon de Signiel lounge is available to all guests.
The city’s highest hotel ballroom and function spaces are located on level 76. The 550 sqm Grand Ballroom features a 7.8-metre-high ceiling and great river views. There are four types of banquet room, ranging from 58 sqm to 92 sqm. All spaces are equipped with video, audio and lighting facilities, and feature a Parisian banquet menu offered by Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alleno.
F&B outlets include Stay, a European restaurant directed by Alleno; Bicena, a Korean restaurant recognised by Michelin Guide Seoul; Korea’s largest champagne selection at Bar 81; as well as The Lounge offering refreshing tea choices. Other facilities include a sauna, gym, swimming pool and Evian Spa.
The tower also includes the Signiel Residences from floors 42 to 71, offices on levels 14 to 38 and 105 to 114, as well as an observation deck and Sky Café at the top of the building.