As part of its ongoing expansion, Shilla Stay has announced the opening of a new property in Cheonan, South Korea.
Shilla Stay Cheonan comprises 309 rooms available in three categories, Standard, Deluxe and Grand Room.
Italian architect Piero Lissoni designed Cheonan property’s interiors. Lissoni’s portfolio spans a range of hotel projects such as Taj Mahal Palace Suites (Mumbai), Alrov Conservatorium Hotel (Amsterdam), Misui Garden Ginza (Tokyo) and Studio M Hotel (Singapore).
There are three customisable meeting rooms, which can be booked for different functions, and a fitness centre. On the third floor is “Café”, a 120-seat restaurant providing buffet service for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Given its proximity to Seoul and access to Busan and Daegu, Cheonan serves as a central transportation hub. The city was traditionally a postal centre where early communications between the capital and southern regions converged.
Nearby attractions include the Independence Hall of Korea, historic site of Patriot Yu Gwan-sun, Arario Gallery, and the Postal Museum.