"We will definitely make sure he gets the best room the hotel has to offer," the CEO of HotelPlanner.com said of his hotel offer to Kim.
The historic summit has already been endangered once by incendiary remarks from Trump's White House.
"North Korea can build nukes and ICBMs, but claim they are too poor to pay for foreign travel costs," a Korea expert said.
Trump cancelled his summit with Kim Jong Un but later suggested it could still go ahead.
An official newspaper blamed U.S. "hack media on the payroll of power" for insinuating that North Korea was pursuing talks to get an economic handout.
Pyongyang's rhetoric went ballistic after comments by National Security Adviser Bolton and Vice President Pence, prompting the announcement that the historic U.S.-North Korea summit was off—at least for now.
South Korea appears to be caught unaware and confused by President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of next month's summit with North Korea. "We are attempting to make sense of what, precisely, President Trump means," said South Korean presidential representative Kim Eui-kyeom in a statement Thursday morning.
President Donald Trump's decision came shortly after a top North Korean diplomat insulted the vice president, but there may be more at play.
"It could very well be that he's influencing Kim Jong Un. We'll see what happens," Trump said.
A spokesperson for the Japanese foreign ministry called the mango mousse featuring a unification flag "regrettable."
President Donald Trump and the United States were roundly snubbed at this year's World Government Summit, just two years after President Barack Obama delivered the forum's keynote address.
The invasion of Crimea vies with interference in the US election as the number one topic.
Apple's Tim Cook, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Microsoft's Satya Nadella, Alphabet's Eric Schmidt and IBM's Ginni Rometty are among those expected to attend the meeting.