Haebangsan Hotel Lift Lobby

Opened in 1948 (rebuilt 1961)
5 Floors 98 Rooms

The Haebangsan Hotel is Pyongyang’s oldest hotel and has a history stemming back prior to the Korean War. Meaning ‘liberation mountain’, the hotel takes its name from the adjacent street. Its central location places it opposite the headquarters of the Worker’s Party’s official newspaper: Rodong Sinmum. With a recently renovated glass window exterior, the hotel boasts a restaurant, three bars, a karaoke area, a hairdresser, a shop selling local goods, a spa and a souvenir & bookshop.