Novotel Ambassador Daegu

Daegu Hotel
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Total Meeting Space2,827 sq. m
Guest Rooms203
611 Gukchaebosang-ro
Daegu 700-733

Novotel Ambassador Daegu

Daegu Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Rental Car Service
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,827 sq. m
Meeting Rooms16
Largest Room1,100 sq. m
Second Largest Room595 sq. m
Exhibit Space1,100 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms203
Tax Rate10%


Local Attractions


Convention Center
10 minutes away
The first provincial city to have its own exhibition center. There are lots of international convention and exhibition.
1676 Sangyeok-2dong
Daegu, KR 702-712

Daegu Confucian School

Historical Landmark
10 minutes away
Head for 500m towards the Bongsan 6-way Intersection from the Nammun Intersection Walk for 10 minutes towards the 6-way Intersection from Kookmin Bank at the Nammun Intersection The Confucian School is currently used for Hanzi and etiquette education, as well as for traditional wedding ceremonies. Visitors can also enjoy a spot of meditation in the serene atmosphere of the garden.
735-4 Namsan-dong
Daegu, KR 700-433

Donghwasa Temple, Mt. Palgong

Historical Landmark
40 minutes away
Donghwasa Temple is located at the southern foot of Mt. Palgong, 22km northeast of downtown Daegu. The temple was built by Geukdal in 493, originally called Yugasa Temple and reconstructed in 832 A.D. by Simji. The temple was renamed as "Donghwasa (temple of winter flowers)" after the paulownia trees in its compound, blooming during the reconstruction of the temple in winter. Also, the temple is recorded to have been reconstructed eight times and the present facilities are believed to have been rebuilt in the late Joseon period (1392-1910). There are eleven cutural assets officially designated by the central government or by the city government. The six satellite temples of Donghwasa include Geumdangam, Biroam, Budoam, Yeomburam, Yangjinam, and Naewonam Hermitages. A 33-meter high Tongilyaksadaebul Buddha was recently built, hoping for the reunification of the Korean Peninsula. Currently, Donghwasa is the 9th head temple of a Korean Buddhist order
35 Dohak-dong
Daegu, KR 701-430

Yakryeong Market

Historical Landmark
5 minutes away
Behind Donga Shopping Center Walk for 5 minutes towards Donga Shopping Center from Jungangno Station, Subway Line 1. Yakryeong Market is a specialty market dating back to the Joseon period. Oriental medicines and medicinal herbs from across Korea are sold here. Some 350 medicinal herb stores, pharmacists, oriental medicine centers, ginseng stores, and herb tea stores can be found along the 600m-long alley near Namseong-no. You can also visit the Yakryeong Market Museum, which was opened in this area by the Yakryeong Market Preservation Committee and the City of Daegu. An alley filled with the perfume of medicinal herbs in the middle of downtown Busan is definitely worth a visit.
51-1 Namsung-ro
Daegu, KR 700-230


5 minutes away
Walk for 5 minutes from Jungangro Station, Subway Line No.1. Dongseongno in Daegu is equivalent to Myeong-dong in Seoul. The area is home to countless stores, restaurants, street vendors, movie theatres, roadside water fountains, and a tourist information center located around Daegu Department Store, and it has long been the commercial face of Daegu. This popular tourist destination is full of young people shopping and visiting video rooms, karaoke salons, and coffee shops
1Ga Dongseo-ro
Daegu, KR 700-091

Distance from Airport

  • 6 km from Venue


  • Complimentary Parking
  • Valet Parking


Novotel Ambassador Daegu is located at the heart of Dongsung-ro, the city's shopping and fashion district. Directly connected to the subway and a stone's throw away from the train station, the airport and the EXCO convention center, the hotel is the perfect base for exploring South Korea as well as doing business. The hotel building boasts spacious rooms with fantastic view over the city, meeting and wedding facilities, an international restaurant and western-style bar and a wellness-center.

Facility Restrictions

No pet allowed. All public areas (restaurant and bar) are non-smoking and Free WIFI areas.

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