|Most expensive month:||July|
|Average price in Busan:||C$ 200/night|
|Cheapest price found:||C$ 11/night|
|Most expensive day:||Friday|
Toyoko Inn Busan Station No.2
125, Jungang-Daero, Jung-gu, Busan, South Korea
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Aventree Hotel Busan
12-1, Changseon-dong 1-ga, Jung-gu, Busan, South Korea
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ibis Ambassador Busan City Centre
777, Jungang-Daero, Busanjin-gu, Busan, South Korea
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Ananti Hilton Busan
268-32, Gijanghaean-ro Gijang-Eup, Gijang-gun, Busan, South Korea
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Grand Josun Busan
292, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan, South Korea
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South Korea's second largest city has a delightful location, curving around the southern tip of the Korean peninsula. Relaxed and inviting, it's visited for cultural city sights and an array of excellent beaches.
Rugged mountains stand above the city, tumbling down into fish markets, hot springs, and the dazzling skyscrapers that stand over the port. The mountains and beaches help give Busan a relaxed feel, with visitors never more than 20 minutes from a serene place to spend the day. Seomyeon, the downtown area, is Busan's transport hub and main business district. To the south is Nampodong, a busy district of shopping malls and markets. Excellent beaches lie to the east, notably Gwangalli, Songjeong and Haeundae. Many visitors focus their stay on Haeundae, as it has a myriad of attractions and the excellent beach.
Busan is 450 kilometres from Seoul and high-speed trains make the journey in 2 to 2 1/2 hours. These mostly terminate at Busan Station, although some also stop at Haeundae Station. Gimhae Airport is South Korea's third airport and there are international flights arriving from across Asia. The five-line Busan Subway is complemented by a light rail network and local buses, with a prepaid Busan Hanaro Card allowing easy travel on all local transport.
Busan's age is illustrated by Geumjeong Fortress. It's over a millennium old and little remains but the stone walls and gates. There are also excellent hiking routes to be found in the mountains around these fortress remains.
One of the most popular hotels in Busan is Ananti Hilton Busan, which has been reviewed by 2,644 users and currently has a rating of 8.5/10. Other top-rated locations include Paradise Hotel Busan and Fairfield by Marriott Busan, which have received 8.7/10 and 7.8/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
Reviews of Hound Hotel Gwangan recommend it as a good place to stay near Gwangalli Beach, scoring 8.4/10 from 451 ratings.
Paradise Hotel Busan is a hotel near Haeundae Beach that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.7 from 1,418 reviews.
Close to Seomyeon you will find Lotte Hotel Busan, which has a rating of 8.7 over 1,201 HotelsCombined reviews.
Searches in the last 72 hours suggest an average price of around C$ 120/night is normal for a hotel in Busan. 4-star and 5-star hotels in Busan had average prices of C$ 161/night and C$ 432/night, respectively.
Prices for Busan hotels have been found for as low as C$ 8/night over the last 3 days. For the weekend of 20 May to 22 May specifically, prices in Busan are around C$ 26 per night or higher.
Users have found prices for hotels in Busan tonight starting as low as C$ 23, rising to an average cost of C$ 75, based on searches in the last 72 hours. Prices start from C$ 44 for a 4-star hotel in Busan for tonight.
The Haeundae district, Busan, is famous for visitors looking for quality meals. Lovers of Indian food can grab a plate of masala chips at the Namaste Haeundae restaurant. If you prefer meat, visit the Boi Brasil restaurant and Outback Steakhouse Haeundae for roasted chicken, beef and other meats. After you have eaten enough food and want to wash it down with your favourite beverage, you can walk to the nearby Galmegi Brewing and sit in a bar, for a freshly made brew. Nighttime meals taste better at the Gwangbokdong Food Street; it has several stalls that permeate a pleasing aroma to tempt your taste buds. If you are looking for accommodation in Busan close to Haeundae establishments, book Sunset Business Hotel or Haeundae Wa Hotel. Best Western Haeundae and Show Hotel are also some hotels in Busan close to eateries in the city.
Busan is full of endless choices for having a day of fun with the family. If you wonder about the things to do in Busan with your loved ones, you can start your holiday at Haeundae Beach. It has a wide, sandy area that your family can take advantage of, to engage in plenty of activities, including beach soccer and volleyball. You can also visit the Sealife Busan Aquarium, for an in-water view of marine life. Another thing to see in Busan with family is the Gwangan Bridge, which radiates light at night. The bridge appears much better when viewed at night from Gwangalli Beach. You can also visit the Yongdusan Park for a bird-eye view of the Busan Sea, through forested spacing. Busan accommodation located in family-friendly neighbourhoods include Gwangan Hound Hotel, Hotel Aqua Palace, The Marine View Hotel and the Brown Dot Hotel Gwangalli.
When you visit Busan, you should expect to tour sandy beaches, scenic mountains and aesthetic temples. If you are into hiking, the mountain Geumjeongsan has a defined trail that a lot of hikers follow when in Busan. If you prefer taking a tour along Busan beaches, Gwangalli Beach showcases the Diamond Bridge, which shines all through its ends. Lovers of art can learn more about the culture of the Busan people by visiting the Radium Art Center gallery. Busan Tower also gives a great view of the surrounding environment in the city. If you are into fishing, you want to visit the Jagalchi Fish Market; it is one of the biggest in the city and has a variety of fish available. Hotels in Busan located near tourist hotspots include Busan Business Hotel, The Marine View Hotel and Hotel 109, among others.
Most tourists in the city prefer Busan hotels close to the beaches. Busan's Haeundae Beach is famous for summer beach festivals, party life and western-style restaurants and bars. While in Busan, you can visit the beach for sunbathing and morning beach runs to keep your exercise routine on schedule. You can also take a day tour at the Sea Life Busan Aquarium, to view the aquatic habitats. Nightlife along the beach only gets better at Gwangalli Beach. It houses the famous Diamond Bridge, which tourists fancy whenever in Busan. If you want to know a few things about Buddhist culture, you can visit the Haedong Yonggond Buddhist temple. Cheap hotels near Busan and its sandy beaches include Homers Hotel, Gwangan Hound Hotel, Hotel the Grand Gwangan and the Sunset Business Hotel.