6 Unique Accommodations in Jeju for Your Next Trip

Finding the right accommodation is a crucial part of your vacation as it definitely adds to your overall experience. As it can be rather hard to find the right accommodation, we have shortlisted 6 unique options to help you get started.

Hallagung Hanok Hotel

Hallagung Hanok Hotel provides visitors with a unique experience based around traditional Korean and Jeju living, but with all the comfort of a modern hotel. There are three types of accommodation to choose from: Hanok houses, Hanok-style hotel rooms, and houses in a recreation of a traditional Jeju village.

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The hotel is conveniently located at the edge of Seogwipo City, so visitors have easy access to restaurants, cafés, shops, and the traditional market. The hotel is also close to Seogwipo’s two most famous waterfalls, Jeongbang Waterfall and Cheonjiyeon Waterfall. There is also a restaurant and café within the hotel itself.

Address: 6, Jeongbangyeon-ro, Seogwipo-si, South KoreaPrices: SGD$151 onwards
Link: Hallagung Hanok Hotel

Lotte Resort Jeju Art Villas

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Lotte Resort Jeju Art Villas is where nature, architecture and relaxation converge. This luxurious resort offers different housing options, each with their own unique charms and designs. The houses can accommodate 4 – 8 people.

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This accommodation is on the more expensive but if you feel like splurging, a stay here would be a great experience.

Address: 124, 252 beon-gil, Saekdaljungang-ro, Seoguipo-si, Jeju

Prices: SGD$981 onwards
Link: Lotte Resort Jeju Art Villas

Around Follie

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Around Follie is a new concept outdoor stay that pushes the boundaries of Camping. The concept was inspired by Bernard Chumi’s La Bilette Park FOLLIE, which achieved organic harmony rather than damaging the nature that the premises were built on.

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At Around Follie, there are 4 different housing options. The Lodge, Airstream, Cabin, and Camping. Each lodging option is unique and incorporated modern design with sustainability. A fun option to consider if you wish to stray away from typical hotel stays!

Address: Seogwipo 433, Seoseongil-ro, Seongsan-eup

Prices: SGD$243 onwards
Link: Around Follie

Traditional Jeju Cottage Dalbot

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A little homey cottage in Jochon-eup that is surrounded by a lush orchard. Like the Hanok Premium Hotel, this cottage is built with a traditional Jeju house exterior. It is also conveniently located near the Dongbaek forest and Hamduk beach.

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This rustic house will definitely make you feel as though you were a Disney Princess in her humble abode, even if it’s just for a night. This is a great option to consider if you wish to experience living in a traditional Jeju house.

Address: Jochon-eup, Jeju Province, South Korea

Price: SGD$337 per night
Link: Traditional Jeju Cottage Dalbot


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Waon loosely translates to ‘warm house’ in Korean, which is what you can expect during a stay here. This tranquil stay is tucked away at Hamdeok, a quiet but friendly village in Jeju. There are two components to this stay: the Comfort House and Therapy House. The Comfort House is an open structure concept living area, complete with a kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom.

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The Therapy House is the highlight of Waon. It is a relaxing dry sauna an jacuzzi. You can further personalise your experience with their added services, such as picking your scents, tea and bath bombs from their five themes.

Address: 8-15, Hamdeok 5-gil, Jocheon-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do

Prices: SGD$532 onwards
Link: Waon

Jeju Hyeopjae Emotional Accommodation

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A clean and cosy place to stay, overseeing a citrus farm. A kind Hallabong farmer started this accommodation with passing travellers in mind. Many reviewers have stated that their rooms were tidy and clean, and the place has a very welcoming vibe. If you are visiting with family, there is even an entire house you can book, which houses up to 4 persons.

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There is seasonal breakfast served and hallabong picking which may be available depending on the season of your stay. Staying at an accommodation like this will definitely make you feel refreshed!

Address: Jeju-si, Jeju Province, South Korea

Prices: SGD$191 onwards.
Link: Jeju Hyeopjae Emotional Accommodation

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