It is 45-storied twin building. It stands about 200 metres to the left of Pyongyang Railway Station.
It can accommodate over 1 000 guests. The atrium and all the rooms have been elegantly and gracefully furnished, and service facilities are on a high level. On the top of the two buildings are revolving restaurants, where you can enjoy the bird’s-eye view of the city centre while having meals. In the foyer, there is a tea shop, which serves popular black beer. On the basement and the second floor are various service facilities, restaurants serving traditional Korean food such as Pyongyang cold noodle and sinsollo and hairy crab and other national foods and a souvenir shop.
Near the hotel there is Changgwang Restaurant Street, which serve Korean, Chinese and Western dishes.
Rooms: 500 (VIP: 5, suite: 49, deluxe: 222, standard: 224)