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[Around the Hotels] Promotions and packagesBy Kim Hae-yeon
Published : Nov. 12, 2021 - 09:01
The Lounge, situated on JW Marriott Hotel’s eighth floor, presents the “Go Bubbly” promotion that provides unlimited servings of popular dim sum and small bites every Thursday.
The selection of 11 dim sum creations includes har gau with soft skin and prawn filling, black pork shu mai made from tender Jeju-grown black pork, xiao long bao dumplings and hanwoo shu mai filled with chopped hanwoo eye of round steak. Some small bites include lotus leaf sticky rice cooked with tasty duck egg yolk, chicken and Taiwanese-style shang tang sausage, pan-fried turnip cake and Sichuan-style prawn wontons. Dim sum and small bites are accompanied by unlimited servings from a choice of premium sparkling wine or luxury Champagne.
Go Bubbly is priced at 130,000 won with sparkling wine or 160,000 won with champagne. The promotion is served from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. with 90 minutes given per table. For inquiries, call (02) 6282-6267.
For two days only -- starting Christmas Eve and Christmas Day -- Paradise City Hotel in Incheon is offering the “Knock Knock Santa is Coming” package, to wish guests a memorable holiday.
Included in the package are a deluxe suite stay for one night, Santa’s surprise present, a strawberry Christmas cake and access to a heated swimming pool, all for family guests to comfortably celebrate the end of the year.
Reservations are accepted for 20 guests only. For those who request Santa to visit the room for children staying at the hotel, Santa will arrive with a gift and a short magic show. Breakfast for four guests is also provided in the package.
The package is priced at 1,100,000 won for two adults and two children. For reservations, call 1833-8855.
In celebration of World Vegan Month in November, Grand Josun Jeju presents the “Mindful Stay” package.
Guests are offered to stay at a room with a spacious terrace, while enjoying a vegan brunch that consists of garden salad, vegetable baguette sandwich and two glasses of orange or grapefruit extraction juice.
A mindful and refreshing activity program created by fitness program team Gran Joe is included in the package. The wellness program has options of singing bowl yoga, a one-point swim lesson, floating yoga and the home Pilates program, and each time slot can be reserved by 8 p.m. the day before. The first 100 reservations will receive an organic bath bomb and homeware gift set.
The package begins at 280,000 won and can be reserved through March. For reservations, call 1811-0511.
InterContinental Seoul Coex in Samseong-dong has launched its “edutainment” package to provide a vacation for children that combines education and entertainment.
In collaboration with Kidop, a science home schooling service brand for young children, the hotel offers a “Science Playground” package through the end of January, during schools’ vacation season.
The package includes one-night stay and a Kidop Edutainment kit for entertaining science learning. Breakfast for two adults and one child below the age of 12 will be included.
The package provides access to an indoor swimming pool with a deck that has a view of the temple Bongeunsa.
Rates start from 290,400 won for a superior room, and reservations can be made at (02) 3430-8888.
L’Escape Hotel has teamed up with Starbucks Korea for the coming winter.
L’Escape Hotel’s “Winter Edition: My Comfort Azit” comes with a one-night stay in the hotel’s French-inspired room and a limited-edition Starbucks comforter.
The padded comforter was created in collaboration with 275c, a visual artist known for his colorful modern art. With an attached buckle, the comforter can also be used as a cape. In addition, two cocktails made with Starbucks’ VIA Instant Coffee will be offered at the hotel’s bar, Marque d’Amour’s.
The package is being offered through Jan. 31.
Prices start at 220,000 won, and an additional 10 percent discount will be offered to guests who make reservations through the hotel’s official website.
For inquiries, call (051) 922-5001.
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