Rising above the fluffy clouds of South Korea's largest metropolis, home to ten million people, Lotte World Tower is an architectural icon of the city.
It's the country's tallest tower and 6th tallest in the world, with its peak scratching the sky at a staggering 556 meters (1,823 ft) height. The building symbolizes the economic powerhouse South Korea has become in recent years.
Signiel Seoul hotel fills the upper levels from 76th to 101st floors with state-of-the-art rooms, restaurants, and a spa. All 235 rooms have mesmerizing skyline views of Seoul.
The Michelin-starred chefs guarantee mind-blowing gastronomic experiences. Yes, that is in the plural. And, of course, the extraordinary setting takes dining to a new level. To be precise, level 81 is where you'll find the restaurants. Except for the members-only Signiel Club, located on floor 107.