LGBT Friendly Hotels Incheon South Korea: Top 3 (Updated 2021)
Most importantly of all, South Korea & Incheon is very gay friendly, especially for foreigners. There are plenty of LGBT Friendly Hotels Incheon.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in South Korea face unique legal challenges and discrimination not experienced by non-LGBT individuals. While male and female same-sex sexual activity is legal in South Korea, marriage or other forms of legal partnership are not available to same-sex partners.
Incheon, a South Korean city bordering the capital of Seoul, has long been a transportation hub. The ultramodern, massive Incheon International Airport, with railway connections to Seoul, features a casino, spa and golf course. Yeonan Pier, close to the popular Incheon Fish Market, is the starting point for many boat tours. Incheon is also known for its beach-lined islands, including Yeongjong and Muui-dong.
Top attractions to visit in Incheon?
Day Tours Incheon
- DMZ tour pick up & drop off at Incheon airport
- Full Day Incheon Aisa Hub Tour By Bus Coach
- Incheon Full-Day Sunset and Sea Food Tour
1. Best Western Harbor Park Hotel 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Incheon
Harbor Park Hotel is set just a 4-minute drive from the bustling Chinatown district. Free WiFi is available at the property.
Overlooking sea view, all air-conditioned rooms are fitted with a seating area, heating facilities and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. En suite bathroom comes with free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Harbor Park Hotel’s 24-hour front desk will be happy to assist with luggage storage. The property also offers meeting facilities, a business centre and a newly renovated fitness centre located on the 14th floor.
The restaurant serves daily buffet of international dishes, while the on-site coffee shop offers various snacks and beverages.
Harbor Park Hotel is located in Incheon, the northeast Asian business hub. It is a theme downtown hotel that commands a panoramic view of the beautiful ocean to the west, and Chinatown having an exotic atmosphere to the east. It also is a business hotel with 213 comfortable rooms. The buffet restaurant provides you not only with artistic cuisine of world class chefs but also with a feast for your eyes.
Harbor Park Hotel is probably the best hotel if you hope to stay in the Open Port area in Incheon. Its location is unbeatable: 30-second walk to Incheon Art Platform, 3-minute walk to the “Japanese” area, 10-minute walk to Incheon Station and Chinatown, 15-minute walk to Jayu Park, 20-minute walk to Fairy Tale Village, and 15-minute walk to Sinpo International Market. There are some nice cafes around and an e-mart 20-minute walk away. There is also a bus stop in front of the hotel where you could take the city tour bus (hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus) and bus 307 (to Incheon Airport Terminal 2).
We enjoyed the breakfast buffet at the hotel. There was a nice assortment of breakfast foods to appeal to the many different international visitors. The view from the hotel restaurant was also very nice.
The breakfast was good and suffice, BUT it is no longer served at the rooftop lounge but on the 4th floor. If you are an early-bird, this is probably the only choice apart from the convenient store (attached to the hotel lobby), for most cafes open after 9am. As just mentioned, if you opt for the hotel breakfast, do make sure you get the breakfast voucher at the reception in advance. There were plenty of good choices from late afternoon onward, so there should be no worries of the lunch and dinner.
Loved this hotel. Very friendly staff, lovely clean rooms with really comfortable beds! Buffet dinner and breakfast had heaps of options!
The room was very nice, it was on the 13th floor and large window from ceiling to floor covering the entire wall facing outside. Spectacular view at night. Lovely seat to enjoy view from as well.
Beds were comfortable, bathroom was nice.
Breakfast was very extensive and on the top floor of the hotel. Many options to choose from, staff was baking fresh pancakes and eggs!
There is no wifi in the room, only in the lobby but this is very bad quality. There are two regular computers for use though.
Hotel does not offer airport transfer but there is a bus stop right in front of the hotel. Busses to the airport come and go every 15 minutes and take about an hour to get there.
The beds and pillows were very comfortable and, as we had a corner room, we had views in two directions – over the harbour area and over the city area up to the park on the hill. The shower was big enough and the water hot and plentiful. The toilet was our first experience of an automatic, do all sorts of things and we did behave like little children and pressed all the buttons!
Dinner and breakfast were included. Dinner was OK although as a non-seafood eater there wasn’t much for my daughter to eat but I enjoyed the creamy prawn dish particularly. Breakfast was a lot better with a number of Korean and western dishes to choose from.
The location was good. A few minutes in one direction got us into the Korean part of town and a few minutes the other way landed in Chinatown. It was well worth the heat and humidity to climb through the Chinese part of town to the beautiful park at the top of the hill.
How much does a room costs at Best Western Harbor Park Hotel?
Prices start 62 $/night for Standard Double Room with breakfast included. The Suite Room
is 120$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Where to book online – Best Western Harbor Park Hotel- LGBT Friendly Hotels Incheon – you can find the best hotels deals in Incheon during Incheon Airport Sky Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Incheon on Booking.com and Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Paradise City 5* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Incheon
Paradise City features an indoor and outdoor pool open all year round as well as a fitness centre and a children’s playground. Free WiFi access and free private parking is available at the hotel.
Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV and a complimentary minibar. En suite bathroom is fitted with a bath and a toilet with an electronic bidet. Extras include slippers, a bathrobe, free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Guests may enjoy playing darts, billiard, bowling and PlayStation games at Paradise City.
PARADISE CITY is the first Korean style resort complex in Northeast Asia combining multi-purpose hospitality and entertainment facilities such as a hotel, casino, convention, shopping, art gallery, spa, club, carnival and performance. PARADISE CITY offers the most exciting entertainment you ever experienced. Through partnership with the world’s most prestigious hospitality companies, we provide our facilities, content, and service at the highest standards.
From high class art to those created by new artists we sponsor, our Art Gallery provides an unparalleled cultural experience. You can also enjoy our hotel, casino, and club throughout all four seasons. As each unique puzzle piece comes together and creates a harmony in a mosaic, the culture and art provided in each space of PARADISE CITY offers a truly unique experience.
Paradise City Hotel is one of the most expensive hotel near Incheon Airport island, which offers magnificent location for conference, as it is located right next to the airport, with very frequent shuttle services.
The room in Paradise City was good. It was clean, modern, and all facilities inside the room, including the switches, electric and electronic points were thoughtful; state of the art.
The complimentary mini bar however, was a little bit disappointing in terms of choice of tidbits. If they were to read this review, I would like to suggest them to put in at least some chocolates and candies as part of the complimentary bar. Chocolate often make people feel good.
The hotel is a typical Asian ‘integrated resort’ which are casino hotels with lots of facilities. In this case there was a huge spa (Cimer), an indoor theme park and Chroma, a dance/nightclub which is open for certain nights of the week. There are also large art pieces scattered throughout the resort.The rooms are spacious and there are multiple restaurants with very good food. Cimer was quite an experience with one floor of different types of pools (pool with nature scenes, cave pool etc) and another floor with about 7-8 different types of sauna (salt, charcoal, amethyst etc).
The hotel rooms are good size and what I could expect from this hotel. Bathrobes, sleepers, good toiletries and complimentary mini bar.(Minibar free!!~) Very clean with white linen on top of the comfortable bed.
Premier internet service is free of charge. TV has many channel selection and it is smart TV.
All of the facilities in the hotel provide clients a very pleasant atmosphere.
The guest service is very attentive Korean hospitality and you do feel as a valued guest.
Especially hotel concierge service was excellent and helpful. The crew of concierge were ready to assist me in every way possible.
How much does a room costs at Paradise City?
Prices start 223 $/night for Deluxe Double Room with breakfast included. The Grand Premier Deluxe Double is 279$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This double room has a minibar, sofa and soundproofing.
Where to book online – Paradise City- LGBT Friendly Hotels Incheon – you can find the best hotels deals in Incheon during Incheon Airport Sky Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Incheon on Booking.com and Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Toyoko Inn Incheon Bupyeong 2* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Incheon
Ideally set in the Bupyeong-gu district of Incheon, Toyoko Inn Incheon Bupyeong is set 11 km from Incheon Asiad Main Stadium, 15 km from NC Cube Canal Walk and 16 km from Songdo Convensia. The property is around 16 km from Incheon Port International Passenger Terminal, 16 km from Wolmido and 17 km from Songdo Central Park. Free WiFi is available and private parking can be arranged at an extra charge.
All guest rooms come with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a fridge, a kettle, a hot tub, a hairdryer and a desk.
An Asian breakfast is available every morning at the hotel.
The hotel was just opened recently so very new and clean. The room may be smaller than you expect but acceptable personally. The staff can do Japanese as well as Korean. The breakfast is okay and free of charge coming with the hotel fee.
The hotel is just near the station but doesn’t seem a lift is fully supported from the subway concourse to the ground so a bit tough for a traveler with a large suitcase.
It takes around 70 – 80 minutes journey to the airport by the subway and you need only USD5 around for a single journey.
The room rate was great and breakfast [which was quite good] was included. Do not expect the room to be big which the size is typical by Asian standard. Overall we had a comfortable stay and sleep. Hotel was also within walking distance to the train station but took at least an hour to get to ICN and other tourist sites. The staff were very friendly and helpful
How much does a room costs at Toyoko Inn Incheon Bupyeong?
Prices start 43 $/night for Economy Double Room with breakfast included. The Double Room
is 53$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Where to book online – Toyoko Inn Incheon Bupyeong- Gay Friendly Hotels Incheon – you can find the best hotels deals in Incheon during Incheon Airport Sky Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Incheon on Booking.com and Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.