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Accommodations range from an almost European-style first class to basic (visitors are not given a choice, so hope for the best; if you're there for any length of time, you'll find both pleasant and unpleasant surprises). Guides often will check you into a hotel upon arrival in a city even when you're not staying overnight, just so that you can have a place to rest during the day. Currently, the strange-looking Koryo Hotel is the best in the capital, but be aware that only 54 of its 500 rooms are...Read More ... Accommodations range from an almost European-style first class to basic (visitors are not given a choice, so hope for the best; if you're there for any length of time, you'll find both pleasant and unpleasant surprises). Guides often will check you into a hotel upon arrival in a city even when you're not staying overnight, just so that you can have a place to rest during the day. Currently, the strange-looking Koryo Hotel is the best in the capital, but be aware that only 54 of its 500 rooms are considered "first class" (224 are rated "third class"). The Yangagkdo Hotel in Pyongyang is of a similar standard and also has a Macau-run casino in the basement. To get a flavor for how Koreans live, ask to stay in the "Folk Custom" (Minsok) Hotel in Kaesong, which has traditional Korean furnishings (there aren't any beds—you must be willing to sleep on a bedroll on the floor). It's not currently possible to prebook single rooms, but one may be available upon arrival at a surcharge. As a general rule, visitors are assigned to hotels and have no choice in the matter.< Show Less

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