It used to be that Incheon, located 22 miles west of Seoul on the Yellow Sea, made a nice day trip from the South Korean capital. The Wolmido waterfront, after all, has nice amusement rides for the kids, charming sushi restaurants, and its small islands are attractive draws. But there are also many subtlety beautiful things to see that are causing visitors to Korea to consider a hotel in Incheon as opposed to one in Seoul. Take, for example, the Hangang River. This major waterway passing through Seoul empties into the shoreline at the Incheon area with parks and lovely scenery—most people catch a glimpse on their journey from Incheon International Airport to Seoul. Wise travelers, however, check into Incheon hotels and make it a point to visit Yeongjong-Yeongyu and other islands for their beaches or Chinatown, marked by its impressive gates. Below find a list of our selection of boutique and luxury properties in Incheon.