Ramada Plaza Jeju

Ramada Plaza Jeju is Korea’s first coastal hotel

★★★★★ First 5 Stars Hotel in Jeju

Located only five minutes away from Jeju International Airport and Jeju Port,
Ramada Plaza Jeju gives you a unique experience as if you are in a cruise ship on the ocean. (

Address: Ramada Plaza Jeju, 66 Tapdong-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju Island  I  TEL. +82-64-729-8100

Ramada Plaza Jeju has been founded and financed by the Korean Teachers Credit Union under a franchise agreement with Ramada International as the highest grade hotel “Ramada Plaza”.
Designed after the Northern European cruise ship SILJA LINE, this resort-type business hotel opened on July 1 2003 with 400 rooms and suites in a building with 9 floors above ground and 1 underground floor.

Jeju lsland

Overview of Jeju

Korea’s only Free International City, Hub of Northeast Asia, and Island of Natural Wonders

Classification Classification details
Location Hub of Northeast Asia close to major cities in Korea, China, Taiwan, and Japan
Total Area 1,848.5㎢
Highest Point Mt. Halla 1950m
Population Approx. 630,000 (as of Oct. 2016)
Climate & Weather Subtropical climate with four distinct seasons, and small differences in the annual and daily temperatures
Average Annual Temperature Jeju 15.5℃ / Seogwipo 16.2℃
Average Annual Rainfall Jeju 1456.9mm / Seogwipo 1850.8mm
Visa All visitors to Jeju may stay up to 30 days without visa (except for 11 countries)

The largest island of Korea
The only Special self-governing province of South Korea
The only Free International City of South Korea
The Southernmost region of Korea
A World-renowned volcanic island
Important hub that connects continental nations (China) to island nations (Japan and Southeast Asia)
An island with magnificent view of Nature
Treasure Island of the World, International Resort & Tourist Destination
Selected as the New 7 Wonders of Nature (Nov. 11, 2011)
Only place in the world that has been certified by UNESCO Triple Crown in Natural Science: Biosphere Reserves (Dec. 2002), World Natural Heritage (Jun. 2007), World Geological Park (Oct. 2010)
One of the safest cities in the world
Designated by WHO (World Health Organization) as an International Safe City (2012, 2007)
Convenient location with no visa or tax requirements
No visa entry and 30-day stay for 187 countries including China



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Tucked away in northeast Asia, Korea is a nation that boasts a fast growing economy and a lifestyle that brings together the old and the new.

Once known simply as a quiet nation in the East, the peninsula now hardly sleeps as it pulsates with life and commerce.
Numerous branch offices of international corporations and businesses can be found throughout the country, as well as most western franchises.

Despite all such enthusiasm for modernization and globalization, Koreans still greatly value their 5,000 years of history and the Confucian philosophy that has governed the lives of their ancestors.