Art Paradiso Boutique Hotel

Incheon’s art-filled boutique retreat

Classic European elegance meets vibrant South Korean style at Incheon’s Instagram-worthy Art Paradiso Boutique Hotel. Following a three-year closure, the smart boutique hotel reopened its doors in 2023 to reveal an eye-catching refresh. Gallery-inspired interiors come via bright bursts of color from contemporary pop art. Elegant design details are paired with modern fashion photography to create a stylish juxtaposition that is quintessentially Incheon.

This boutique retreat is about more than just looks, though. Luxuriating is also essential here. Within the confines of the adults-only hotel, the bustle of the outside world gives way to calming soaks in marble bathrooms and leisurely meals in the art deco-inspired Serasé. As part of the palatial Paradise City entertainment complex, Art Paradiso provides easy access to a dedicated art museum, an indoor amusement park and a seemingly endless array of restaurants as well.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Spend a day or two lounging by the Incheon hotel’s gorgeous Mediterranean-influenced pool. Two stories of cabanas provide plenty of space to spread out and partially submerged loungers help you cool off just enough without taking a full plunge.
  • Classic charm meets modern luxury in all 58 accommodations, but none more so than the three Royal Suites. Round mattresses, chrome accents and modern photography are paired with sumptuous marble bathrooms, ornate chandeliers and wood-paneled libraries.
  • Indulge in modern Korean cuisine in the whimsical, art deco-meets-Alice in Wonderland-inspired Serasé. Curved tables lined with mismatched chairs snake down the center of the restaurant while a bubbled crystal chandelier follows the trail from above.
  • The hotel’s spa facilities are as indulgent as they are stylish. Spend some time in the Nokju stone-lined sauna for a quick detox, reduce stress in the salt room or unwind in the hanjeungmak (traditional Korean sauna).
  • Art Paradiso provides a chic retreat in the center of vibrant Paradise City. If you can tear yourself away from your stylish digs, be sure to explore the casino, nightclub and Plaza shopping mall.

The Look

  • Art Paradiso’s gallery-inspired interiors feature dark walls that allow the well-curated collection of artwork to pop. Notable pieces on display include South Korea-born American artist Nam June Paik’s bird-themed sculpture Hitchcocked and Australian photographer Alexia Sinclair’s Lady Justice.
  • All 58 rooms feature a dark and moody monochrome palette that further enhances the boutique hotel’s gallery-like feel. Pops of color in the form of artwork, accent walls or furniture provide an artistic touch.
  • Bar Serasé brings a more metropolitan vibe to the gallery theme with exposed brickwork, modern photography, extra high ceilings and warm backlighting.
  • Even the boutique hotel’s spa gets in on the gallery vibe with black stone floors, clean marble walls and contemporary furnishings that do double duty as seating and artwork. A glass-enclosed whirlpool takes center stage in the wet lounge, showcasing streams of dancing bubbles in a work of relaxing art.

Adults Only
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Getting There
186, Yeongjonghaeannam-ro 321-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon, Korea
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