|Town or city||Pyŏngyang|
|Height||338.28 feet (103.11 m)|
The Sosan Hotel is a 1st-class hotel located in Pyongyang, North Korea. A skyscraper, it has a height of about 338.28 feet (103.11 m), with 30 floors and 510 rooms. It was built in 1989. Located roughly 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from the railway station, is run by Golden Cup, the sports tourism company of North Korea. The hotel has a golf range.
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