There are six luxury hotels in Songdo Incheon. They provide beautiful rooms, great service and foods. These hotels are all located at the perimeter of the Central Park.


Oakwood Premier Incheon: 165,  Convensia-Daero, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon


Sheraton Grand Incheon Hotel: 153, Convensia-Daero, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon


Orakai Songdo Park Hotel: Orakai Hotel is conveniently located in a walking distance to the hub-bub of Incheon Songdo. The Lotte Mart and Central Park are right across from the hotel. Many foreigners prefer Orakai Hotel due to easy access to the subway and eateries close by.

151, Techno Park-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon


The Central Park Hotel: I stayed here and fell in love with Incheon Songdo. It’s located right acorss from the Central Park. The Central Park subway station by the hotel gives easy access to all locations fo Incheon Songdo. Costco is also right by the hotel, which some visitors consider to be a key point of visit to Incheon Songdo.

193 Techno Park-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon



Holiday Inn Incheon Songdo: It’s located right across from Costco. European-like outdoor mall with fusion restaurants and cafes were built recently by the hotel. It’s near the Moonlight Park, which is the home of concerts and festivals.

251 Incheon Tower-Daero, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon


Gyeongwonjae Ambassador Incheon Hotel: 200 Techno Park-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
Centered in the Songdo Hanok Village, across from The Central Park Hotel, it’s a beautiful hotel with lodging that has replicated the Goryo Dynasty bedding and funishings; it is expensive, but you will feel like a king/queen of ancient South Korea; I’d like to stay a night here someday, just to feel like a royal princess; the adjacent buildings have restaurants that boast good foods and spirits; I had a great fusion Korean/Japanese dining experience at Madang Restaurant; you’ll need a reservation in all of the restaurants at the Hanok Village if you plan to dine during the peak hours.