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Benikea The Bliss Hotel
8.3 Excellent
266, Wolmi-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea
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9.7 km from city centre, Incheon, South Korea 
ExcellentBased on 83 reviews
8.3

This comfortable hotel in Incheon offers complimentary wireless internet, as well as an express check-in and check-out feature and meeting rooms. Only a short walk from Wolmido Theme park, it provides comfortable rooms equipped with a refrigerator, a private bathroom and a flat-screen TV.

Sea & Moon Tourist Hotel
8.4 Excellent
8, Wolmi-ro 260beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea
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9.7 km from city centre, Incheon, South Korea 
ExcellentBased on 84 reviews
8.4

Sea Moon Tourist Hotel is situated in Incheon and features free Wi-Fi. Only a short walk from Wolmido Theme park, it offers comfortable rooms equipped with a refrigerator.

Wolmido G Tourist Hotel
1, Wolmi-ro 248beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea
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9.6 km from city centre, Incheon, South Korea 

This unique 1-star hotel provides a range of accommodation options throughout the old city of Incheon. It also offers free Wi-Fi.

Premiers Hotel
7.5 Good
12, Wolmi-ro 260beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea
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9.7 km from city centre, Incheon, South Korea 
GoodBased on 11 reviews
7.5

Premiers Hotel provides a comfortable setting when in Incheon. It also offers an express check-in and check-out feature, a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi.

Benikea Hotel Sea Star
7-2, Wolmi-ro 242beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea
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9.6 km from city centre, Incheon, South Korea 

Benikea Hotel Sea Star is located in Incheon and offers free Wi-Fi. It provides a 24-hour reception and a vending machine, and is a brief walk from Wolmido Theme park.

Hotel Wolmido
7.9 Good
274, Wolmi-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea
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9.7 km from city centre, Incheon, South Korea 
GoodBased on 21 reviews
7.9

This comfortable hotel in Incheon offers free Wi-Fi, as well as a 24-hour reception and an outdoor pool. Just a short stroll from Wolmido Theme park, it provides comfortable rooms equipped with a refrigerator.

Hotel iNaver
5, Wolmi-ro 243beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea
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9.6 km from city centre, Incheon, South Korea 

Inaver Hotel provides a comfortable setting when in Incheon. It also features a 24-hour reception, an express check-in and check-out feature and luggage storage.

Best Western Harbor Park Hotel
8.1 Excellent
217, Jemullyang-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea
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7.7 km from city centre, Incheon, South Korea 
ExcellentBased on 639 reviews
8.1

Best Western Harbor Park Hotel Incheon provides 4-star accommodation in Incheon. It also offers free wireless internet.

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About Incheon China Town

Located in the district of Jung-gu, Incheon China Town is the largest of its kind in South Korea and dates as far back as 1884. It’s packed with shops selling Chinese goods and traditional foods, as well as being home to a Chinese temple and an elaborate entrance gate.

In the 1940s, Incheon China Town was renowned for its shops selling Chinese silk, oriental medicine and chinaware, but regulations against the Chinese during the Korean War saw the population reduced and the area’s prominence heavily diminished. Today most of the businesses in the area have been transformed into Chinese restaurants which serve up sweet and sour pork, noodles with black soybean sauce and moon cakes to tourists, as well as traditional gongal pita bread. It’s a good place to shop for Chinese tea and antique pottery, in addition to traditional qipao dresses. The History of Three States Mural Street features colourful murals detailing influential historic events between China and Korea, while the Korea and China Cultural Center fosters the relationship between the two nations. There’s also the Chinese Village Culture Experience which offers a glimpse into the rural life and is fronted by the impressive, 11 metre-high Paeru entrance gate, as well as the Jajangmyeon Museum which explores the history of this much-loved Korean Chinese noodle dish.

Incheon China Town is easily accessed from Seoul by subway to Incheon Station, with the grand entrance gate visible across the street from its exit. It’s also just a short walk away from many of Incheon’s other sights, including “Jayu”, or Freedom Park, the Sinpo Market and the Dapdong Catholic Church.

Incheon China Town emerged following the signing of the China-Korea Treaty in 1882 and the opening of the Incheon Port the next year, with Incheon being a designated extraterritoriality of the Ching Dynasty. By 1892 there were more than 600 Chinese living in Incheon, with many residents today being 2nd or 3rd generation Chinese.

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  • What are the best hotels near Incheon China Town?

    83 reviews rated Benikea The Bliss Hotel with an average score of 8.3/10. It may also be worth looking into the Sea & Moon Tourist Hotel, which received a rating of 8.4/10 from 84 reviews. Premiers Hotel could be another great option, with a score of 7.5/10 from 11 reviews.