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[Around the Hotels] Promotions and packagesBy Kim Hae-yeon
Published : Feb. 25, 2022 - 09:00
Grand Hyatt Seoul Hotel’s signature restaurant Teppan opens its new lunch and dinner menu event, Spring Breeze in Namsan.
Starting with baekhap pot as an appetizer, a great variety of meat and fish dishes using ingredients fresh from Jeju Island are served at the table.
This season’s hanwoo beef sirloin is a specialty created by the hotels‘ executive chef, Dallas Cuddy. The sour and saltiness of turnip and the seasonal Jeju yuchae namul, similar to spinach, create a good balance with the hanwoo beef.
A unique dessert created by the restaurant, Textures of Kumquat, is made for guests to feel the fresh and sweet tastes of spring, with added richness in ginger and black tea brulee.
Teppan’s new tasting menu is to be offered from March 8. The lunch menu starts at 130,000 won, with dinner 240,000 won. Reservations can be made at (02) 799-8272.
Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas in Samseong-dong has prepared a fragrance marketing event in collaboration with Nonfiction, a trendy Korean lifestyle and beauty brand. Starting next month, the hotel welcomes guests with scents from a large-scale rose wall decorated with some 10,000 roses at the ground floor lobby of the hotel.
Nonfiction’s Gentle Night fragrance (30 milliliters) and hand cream (50 ml) worth 80,000 won are included as special gifts in the package.
The “Beauty-vacance Spring Edition” is available from 400,000 won for a classic room. Reservations open Friday and extend through May. For inquiries, call (02) 559-7777.
Fairmont Ambassador Seoul announces a new takeout version of the Atrium Lounge’s seasonal High Tea at Fairmont afternoon tea set, ideal for enjoying at home, while preventing risks of coronavirus infections.
The promotion is a takeaway version of the seasonal afternoon tea set served at the hotel’s first-floor Atrium Lounge, featuring artfully designed desserts and a selection of savory items. The takeout set does not include beverages.
The set is priced at 80,000 won for two and can be picked up from the Atrium Lounge, 24 hours after ordering. Seasonal variations are given as desserts.
The Atrium Lounge is open from 6:30 a.m to 10 p.m, with takeout options available from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. For inquiries, call (02) 3395-6000.
Korean contemporary restaurant Eatanic Garden, located on the 36th floor of Josun Palace Hotel, has reopened to guests Monday, led by Son Jong-won as the new head chef.
Offering various Korean dishes with fresh twists, Son will present creative dishes that pair well with traditional Korean liquors.
For the upcoming spring season, dishes using spring greens will be the main theme.
The nine-course lunch is served at 190,000 won and the 12-course dinner at 320,000 won from Tuesday to Sunday.
For reservations, call (02) 727-7610.
Westin Josun Seoul is launching a scent-related package in collaboration with incense stick brand Or-fiume.
All package guests will be given a limited edition package of the “Spring-in-Sense” gift box provided by Or-fiume. The gift box consists of four scents: Korea’s traditional natural scents, eucalyptus, basil and musk.
A seasonal fruit juice and gluten-free bread set is offered along as an afternoon meal kit for limited room types.
Reservations for the package are available until May 31, and prices start at 220,000 won.
For inquiries, call (02) 727-7400.
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