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Hotel Regent Marine The Blue
Address: 20, Seobudu 2-gil, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 63276, South Korea
Tel: +82-64-717-5000 Fax: +82-64-717-5001
Welcome to Hotel Regent Marine the Blue, where beautiful Jeju memories are made!Hotel Regent Marine the Blue offers a refined and affordable experience to those who love Jeju and appreciate the true value of travel.Escape the daily grind with a trip to the magical coast of Jeju Island, where the sea breeze and waves carry off your worries and replace them with lifelong memories. This is where Hotel Regent Marine the Blue stories begin. Let our outstanding service and cozy ambience illuminate your stay, bringing new and exciting experiences in Jeju. With its magnificent views of the sea and sky, our outdoor pool offers an unforgettable swimming experience in the sunshine. Other facilities to round off the perfect stay include meeting rooms, fitness center and a pet shop specially designed for customers accompanied by dogs or cats.
About Jeju Island
Jeju Island, also known as the "Island of the Gods," is a popular vacation spot for Koreans and foreigners. It remains the top honeymoon destination for Korean newlyweds. Despite attempts to market the island as "the Hawaii of Korea," climatologically and geographically it bears little in similarity to the Hawaiian Islands in the U.S. The island offers visitors a wide range of activities: hiking on Halla-san (South Korea's highest peak) or Olle-gil(routes), catching sunrises and sunsets over the ocean, riding horses, touring all the locales from a favorite television K-drama, or just lying around on the sandy beaches. Although tourism is one of the main industries on the island, many of the hotels and other tourist areas are run by mainland companies, so much of the income never gets put back into the local economy.
Also, since the attractions are geared towards tourists, many of the entrance fees can be hefty (although the locally owned and operated ones tend to be cheaper). Similar to Gyeongju and some other areas, local residents can enter most places for free or for a steeply discounted price. Jeju is Korea's capital for unusual themeparks and niche commercial attractions. Oddly somewhat of a duopoly has developed on the island with typically two competing variants on the one theme in Jeju-si and Seogwipo-si, respectively. This trend extends even to the most bizarre ideas with pairs of sex, glass, and teddy bear museums all in existence.