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Orange Guesthouse

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8km from city centre - Show on Map
7.8
Very good 34
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Just 30 seconds walk from the Busan Station! Orange Guesthouse will provide you a 'good memories' , 'Conmmunication with new friends' and 'Great rest'.... More...

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K-guesthouse Premium Nampo

Bed and Breakfast
9.9km from city centre - Show on Map
9.7
Superb 7
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

K-GUESTHOUSE PREMIUM Nampo1 is 2 min walkable distance from exit 1 in Nampo station (line no 1). We have ocean view in room so it is the place to heal and feel cozy.... More...

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K-guesthouse Premium Busan Station

Bed and Breakfast
7.5km from city centre - Show on Map
5.4
Rating 1
  • Wonderful Location
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

The Busan is the first trading port in Korea and also the second largest populated city after Seoul.... More...

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Pusan Central Hotel

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1.1km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 63
Free WiFi

Busan Central hotel is, like a Japanese business hotel, clean comfortable accommodation for businessman and travelers with affordable price.

Our hotel is located adjacent to Yeonsan-dong station (... More...

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White Island BnB

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4.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 13
Free WiFi

White island BnB is two-story building with 2 dormitory rooms and 3 private rooms and there are a lounge and a outdoor terrace on each floor respectively.... More...

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Mini by Uniqstay

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3.6km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
0
Free WiFi

Busan Asiad Stadium is 4.1 km from Mini by Uniqstay, while Busan China Town is 5 km away.... More...

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K-Guesthouse Haeundae 1

Bed and Breakfast
7.8km from city centre - Show on Map
9.4
Superb 3
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

K-Guesthouse Haeundae 1 is 7 minutes walk from the beach.... More...

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Feel Motel

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3.4km from city centre - Show on Map
7.9
Very good 2
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Feel Hostel is providing great service to our guests.... More...

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Welcome Busan Guesthouse

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7.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 30
Free WiFi

Welcome Busan Guesthouse is only a few steps from different types of local restaurants and bars.... More...

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South Korea's vibrant second city, Busan, has temples, bustling shopping areas, sizzling street food and mountains that rise above neon-lit cityscapes. Haeundae Beach buzzes with nightlife and festivals year-round, and nearby Gwangalli Beach overlooks the landmark Gwangan Bridge. The annual Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) has left its mark on the city, from celebrity handprints in BIFF Square to sculptures in glitzy Centum City.

Whether you're here to party all night or shop till you drop, hostels in Busan cater to the occasion. You can stay in a hostel with sea views over Haeundae Beach, modern accommodation with space for 200 guests or a contemporary Busan hostel with a small garden. Rooms tend to be well soundproofed and some hostels have underfloor heating to keep you cosy on cooler nights. Free toiletries are common and some Busan hostels offer extra features such as a jjimjilbang (a traditional Korean sauna), free bike hire or barbecue facilities.

Haeundae Beach is one of Busan's best-known neighbourhoods, with restaurants serving food from all over the world and bars that stay busy until the early hours. Seomyeon is Busan's downtown area, known for its chic cafés, while Gwangalli Beach is home to craft beer bars and live music venues. In the evening, take a stroll along the beach here to listen to buskers or see Gwangan Bridge lit up. Busan Station is the city's most international district, with a historic Chinatown and lots of Russian and Filipino restaurants.

As well as its beaches, Busan's attractions include colourful Gamcheon Culture Village, packed full of murals and brightly painted sculptures by local artists and Jagalchi Fish Market, the largest seafood market in the country. Busy BIFF Square is a popular spot to eat street food such as ssiat hotteok, a specialty pancake filled with sweet chopped nuts and seeds. Further along Busan's rocky coastline, Haedong Yonggungsa is one of the only oceanfront temples in South Korea.

Gimhae International Airport is approximately 45 minutes by subway from Busan city centre. High-speed trains run regularly between Busan Station and Seoul, and it's well connected by bus to locations throughout South Korea. It's easy to get around on the extensive subway system and local buses, or you can hail a metered taxi from the street. At subway stations, you can buy a T-money card, which can be topped up and used on buses, trains and taxis across South Korea. 

We have 39 hostels in Busan with an average rating of 8.7 based on 2,354 reviews 39 of 39 properties available in Busan

About Busan

South Korea's vibrant second city, Busan, has temples, bustling shopping areas, sizzling street food and mountains that rise above neon-lit cityscapes. Haeundae Beach buzzes with nightlife and festivals year-round, and nearby Gwangalli Beach overlooks the landmark Gwangan Bridge. The annual Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) has left its mark on the city, from celebrity handprints in BIFF Square to sculptures in glitzy Centum City.

Whether you're here to party all night or shop till you drop, hostels in Busan cater to the occasion. You can stay in a hostel with sea views over Haeundae Beach, modern accommodation with space for 200 guests or a contemporary Busan hostel with a small garden. Rooms tend to be well soundproofed and some hostels have underfloor heating to keep you cosy on cooler nights. Free toiletries are common and some Busan hostels offer extra features such as a jjimjilbang (a traditional Korean sauna), free bike hire or barbecue facilities.

Haeundae Beach is one of Busan's best-known neighbourhoods, with restaurants serving food from all over the world and bars that stay busy until the early hours. Seomyeon is Busan's downtown area, known for its chic cafés, while Gwangalli Beach is home to craft beer bars and live music venues. In the evening, take a stroll along the beach here to listen to buskers or see Gwangan Bridge lit up. Busan Station is the city's most international district, with a historic Chinatown and lots of Russian and Filipino restaurants.

As well as its beaches, Busan's attractions include colourful Gamcheon Culture Village, packed full of murals and brightly painted sculptures by local artists and Jagalchi Fish Market, the largest seafood market in the country. Busy BIFF Square is a popular spot to eat street food such as ssiat hotteok, a specialty pancake filled with sweet chopped nuts and seeds. Further along Busan's rocky coastline, Haedong Yonggungsa is one of the only oceanfront temples in South Korea.

Gimhae International Airport is approximately 45 minutes by subway from Busan city centre. High-speed trains run regularly between Busan Station and Seoul, and it's well connected by bus to locations throughout South Korea. It's easy to get around on the extensive subway system and local buses, or you can hail a metered taxi from the street. At subway stations, you can buy a T-money card, which can be topped up and used on buses, trains and taxis across South Korea.