I had been traveling in South Korea for three months prior to this stay, and this was my worst accommodation by far.
Almost everything about this hotel made me feel uncomfortable. The Check-in and Check-out experience being the only exception, as that ran smoothly and efficiently.
I checked in during the middle of the day, still very bright outside, yet the hallway to the room and the room itself were both very dark. In the room the carpet did not look clean and there were stains on the fabric arm chair. The mini fridge also had stains inside it. The only lighting in the room was 2 lamps, one of which did not work. There was a horrid smell coming from the closet, I think it was coming from the well used leather looking slippers, so I did not wear them and kept the closet closed. (Tip for BW regarding hygiene and avoiding fungus/warts on guest's feet - if you need to provide slippers, do as other hotels do and provide disposable ones).
The bathroom was extremely small, I am about 175cm and had to hunch down to use the sink (washing hands), and did not fit comfortably when using the shower or sitting on the toilet. The type of shower/bath in my room was not one I had seen advertised on the website, and it was in my opinion quite an odd shape and difficult to move around in. (Photo attached, sorry for the angle I didn't know I would use it for a review!) The bathroom also had poor ventilation.
I purchased the breakfast package, and going down for breakfast alone. Not wanting to take up a table for 4 or more people with just myself I tried to sit in an area where there were single tables for 2 people with my food. (I had previously gone and put my purse down on the chair so I could have free hands to fill up my plate, and staff had seen me do this). This area was attached to the rest of the seating area, with the same decor, and no where was it indicated that you could not sit there. Instead of informing me prior to me starting to eat that this area was not being used for breakfast, a staff came over after I had began eating and snapped loudly at me saying I needed to move. I apologized and moved, feeling embarrassed as now other guests were looking at me. This was the same staff that greeted me and took my breakfast ticket, so I felt that this was handled poorly. THIS however could have just been that staff member having a bad day, so it shouldn't be the main reason for you not to stay here.
Prior to staying at the BW Premier Incheon, I spent a night at the Grand Hyatt Incheon in the same type of room (One king/queen bed), for less money. This stay was far more pleasant, clean, and better proximity and transportation to the airport. I recommend if you have a chance compare prices and perhaps choose the Hyatt... at least you will get a clean room. less