Seaside getaway at Hilton Namhae Golf Spa Resort
Hilton Namhae Golf and Spa Resort is offering a seasonal package of accommodation, food, spa and coffee through Nov. 30.
The Colorful Autumn Package features a one-night stay in a suite room, breakfast at the restaurant Breeze and access to the spa, as well as take-out coffee. The Namhae area in the southern coast of Korea is ideal for travel in fall, with its seaside walking trails and close proximity to scenic mountains.
The resort has rooms offering views of the sea, golf courses open throughout all seasons and conference rooms. The facilities can be used for family holidays as well as business meetings. The resort is a four-hour drive from Seoul and two hours away from Busan.
The package costs 279,000 won for two people on weekdays. For reservation and inquiries, call (055) 860-0555, or visit www.hiltonnamhae.com.
Chinese delicacies at Millennium Seoul Hilton
Millennium Seoul Hilton’s Chinese restaurant, Taipan, is offering a six-course menu of traditional Chinese dishes for lunch and dinner every weekend.
The course meal features shredded abalone and crab meat soup, fried prawns with chili sauce, sauteed sliced beef with pine mushrooms, a choice of fried rice or noodles, and more. The dishes made of premium ingredients and with meticulous preparation are normally priced higher, but are being offered at a special price for a limited time, according to Taipan Manager Choi Pyeong-shik.
Taipan is furnished with a stylish and modern decor. It is renowned for its innovative cuisine that brings out the complex flavors of Chinese gastronomy. The restaurant boasts an extensive selection of a la carte dishes and seasonal delicacies. It also has private dining rooms.
The six-course meal costs 65,000 won per person and a minimum of two guests is required. For reservation and inquiries, call the restaurant at (02) 317-3237.
Meat, seafood platter at Park Hyatt Seoul
Park Hyatt Seoul’s Italian restaurant Cornerstone is offering a dinner set featuring a meat and seafood platter through Dec. 5.
The four-course dinner, dubbed “Alla Tavola,” is priced at 99,000 won per person and available for two or more people. Diners can also enjoy champagne or red wine at a discount.
The meal begins with a baked ricotta salad of spinach, seasonal fruits and homemade ricotta cheese, followed by Italian-style chicken soup with a fragrant tomato flavor. For the main dish, the meat and seafood platter features Australian Black Angus beef, New Zealand lamb chops, royal king prawn and soft shell crab, all roasted in Cornerstone’s wood-fired oven and served with potatoes. The course ends with a dessert platter of souffle, tiramisu, cherry ice cream and lemon meringue.
For reservation and inquiries, call Cornerstone at (02) 2016-1220-1221 or Park Hyatt Seoul at (02) 2016-1234.
Dessert, beverage set at Sheraton Seoul D Cube City
Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel’s Lobby Lounge Bar located on the 41st floor is offering an afternoon tea set for autumn through Nov. 30.
Available every weekday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., 11 dessert items -- walnut Mont blanc, orange angel chiffon, sweet potato autumn fool, yuzu trifle, classic chai tea latte panna cotta, figs cheese mousse bruschetta, raspberry ripple, lime mousse apple jelly, sweet pumpkin cranberry scone, pomegranate macaron and chocolate nuts bites -- are served on tiered trays accompanied by either coffee, tea or sweet potato latte. The price is 19,800 won.
For reservation and inquiries, call (02) 2211-1740.
Pine mushroom dishes at Sheraton Grand Incheon
Sheraton Grand Incheon Hotel’s Chinese restaurant Yue is offering two-course meals made of pine mushrooms through Oct. 29.
The first course menu at 85,000 won features cold noodles topped with pine mushrooms and five-spice shells, crabmeat soup, steamed sea cucumbers, steamed jumbo shrimps and beef tenderloin with asparagus.
The second course at 120,000 won features grilled pine mushrooms, Korean beef tenderloin steak, a ginseng sprout salad, bird’s nest soup, sea cucumbers with green onion, steamed Korean beef bran and steamed mero. Both courses come with noodle soup or a pine mushroom rice bowl, and deep-fried banana for dessert. For information and reservation, call (032) 835-1718-19.