Mohegan INSPIRE Entertainment Resort on Yeongjong Island in Incheon, South Korea, has officially earned a five-star rating for its overall operations.

The rating is bestowed by the Korean Hotel Rating System, managed by the Korea Tourism Association (KTA), following an assessment of criteria spanning facility quality, hygiene and exceptional service standards.

Mohegan INSPIRE’s soft opening phase, which began in late November 2023, has invited guests into its three themed hotel towers – Forest Tower, Sun Tower and Ocean Tower.

The entertainment integrated resort contains 1,275 rooms, ranging from deluxe accommodations to villa suites, complemented by guest lounges, a premium spa, a fitness centre and an indoor pool.

Other facilities in the complex include a multi-purpose arena with 15,000 seats, an indoor water park, an outdoor entertainment park, and a casino.

INSPIRE is poised to unveil its comprehensive Phase 1A facilities by mid-2024. The organisation is wholly owned by Mohegan, a global premier integrated entertainment resort operator. Mohegan owns, develops and operates a total of eight entertainment integrated resorts in North America and Northeast Asia (Korea). 

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Mohegan INSPIRE president Chen Si commented: “I would like to thank our team for their hard work in all areas, including facility, hospitality and operations management.”

South Korea is a popular destination for hotel development, with industry leaders such as Wyndham and Marriott opening properties across the nation.