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[Around the Hotels] Promotions and packagesBy Kim Hae-yeon
Published : March 4, 2022 - 09:01
Park Hyatt Busan’s Lounge cafe located on the 30th floor is newly showcasing its spring tea package.
The Citrus Bloom Afternoon Tea set presents combinations of a variety of citrus fruits added to tea or coffee of guests’ choice.
The set is paired with traditional homemade scones, jam and clotted cream. The selection includes a sweet gold kiwi tart, an orange sand cake, a yuja mille-feuille and a hallabong cake with hazelnut cream.
Tea sets are served daily from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., and are priced at 85,000 won for two. For inquiries, call (051) 990-1300.
Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas and InterContinental Seoul Coex in Samseong will be selling two types of limited edition cakes on March 14 for couples wishing to celebrate White Day.
The Blooming Rose Chiffon Cake, which gained overwhelming popularity during Valentine’s Day, will be on sale. The Amour Rouge Cake, a strawberry-filled cream cake with fresh strawberries and blueberries, will be another option.
For reservations, call (02) 555-5656 or (02) 3452-2500 for the respective locations.
For guests seeking a staycation in the center of Seoul, Four Seasons Hotel is launching a special Suite Delight package. The deal includes a stay in the executive suite at a 20 percent discount. From a breakfast buffet and afternoon tea to dinner cocktails, the Executive Club Lounge is open to paid customers.
Guests will also have free access to the fitness club, swimming pool and indoor golf arena. The package starts at 680,000 won. Inquiries can be made at (02) 6388-5041.
Josun Hotels and Resorts’ luxury resort hotel Grand Josun Jeju is offering a relaxing stay package for guests until the end of the year.
The minimum two-night stay package in a suite with a balcony includes a morning buffet for two at the hotel’s restaurant Aria and in-room dining service including fried chicken and two bottles of J-Lager, Grand Josun Jeju’s specialty beer.
The price for the package starts at 1 million won. Additional benefits will be given to guests staying three nights or more. For reservations, call 1811-0511.
Grand Hyatt Seoul Hotel’s signature restaurant Teppan is launching its new lunch and dinner menus with the event “Spring Breeze in Namsan.”
Starting with “baekhap” pot as an appetizer, a variety of meat and fish dishes using fresh ingredients from Jeju Island are served at the table.
This season’s hanwoo sirloin, a cut of top grade Korean beef, is a specialty created by the hotel’s executive chef, Dallas Cuddy. Sour, salty turnip and seasonal Jeju yuchae namul, similar to spinach, compliment the hanwoo.
Teppan’s new tasting menu is to be offered through Tuesday. The lunch menu starts at 130,000 won, with dinner at 240,000 won. Reservations can be made at (02) 799-8272.
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