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2020.3.6 Hotel events

Mar 06,2020
Park Hyatt Seoul

Through April 30: The Timber House, the upscale music bar at Park Hyatt Seoul, celebrates spring abundance with the king crab promotion, running through April 30, 2020. The seasonal promotion features a selection of dishes crafted from tasty, tender king crab, as part of a happy hour with unlimited servings of your favorite beverage or in a series of a la carte options. Rich in protein and amino acids, king crab is renowned as a source of energy and nourishment for the body during the transition from winter to spring. Happy hour is priced at 69,000 won ($58) per person, while a la carte prices start at 42,000 won (prices include tax; no service charge applies).

Happy hour, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. every weekday, features five menu options. For appetizers, The Timber House serves king crab salad, a fresh green salad topped with king crab meat; and yaki gyoza, dumplings stuffed with king crab meat and vegetables and moulded into the shape of a crab. King crab ramen, served in a refreshing miso broth infused with gochujang chili paste and grilled king crab shell, is the perfect companion to king crab rice balls - king crab meat and vegetables rolled into rice balls and seasoned with tasty katsuobushi flakes. The meal ends with a dessert of Cognac jelly, made with blue liquor to evoke the sea and topped with white chocolate powder. The Happy hour menu is available with unlimited servings of The Timber House’s signature sake, white wine, red wine or Suntory Premium Malt’s draft beer, offering the perfect pairing option for every palate. The happy hour menu costs 69,000 won.

For a leisurely king crab experience with no time restrictions, the a la carte menu is an ideal choice. Crispy king crab tempura is served together with vegetable tempura, while the king crab sandwich features king crab meat, wasabi mayonnaise and avocado omelette between slices of toasted bread. King crab donburi brings steamed rice topped with slowly steamed king crab, shiitake mushrooms and vegetables simmered down in soy sauce. A la carte prices start from 42,000 won (including tax; no service charge applies).

Park Hyatt Seoul: (02) 2016-1100

606 Teheran-ro, Gangnam District


Park Hyatt Busan

Through May 31: Park Hyatt Busan presents the Bed & Breakfast at the Park package promotion, which allows guests to enjoy a leisurely staycation at an affordable price in a room away from all the challenges of the outside world.

Start your day off while enjoying breakfast made with fresh seasonal ingredients that boost your energy with the vibrancy of spring. For only 10,000 won per person in addition to the daily standard rate, guests can select from various international breakfasts, from American to Korean style. Breakfast is available from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the Dining Room. (In-room dining service is not available.)

The Bed & Breakfast at the Park package promotion is only available May 31, 2020, and advanced reservations are required. The price starts at 260,000 won (based on one king bed, double occupancy. Prices vary by room type and date, taxes not included). Breakfast discount rates may change; room restrictions may apply.

Park Hyatt Busan: (051) 990-1234

51, Marine City 1-ro, Haeundae District


Swiss Grand Hotel

Through Feb. 28, 2021: Swiss Grand Hotel’s residence type Grand Suite located in Seodaemun District, western Seoul, presents an All-In-One package where you can enjoy a day in a spacious room with fried chicken and hotel facilities including an indoor pool and a fitness center.

The Grand Suite, located next to the Swiss Grand Hotel, is a residence type which will provide convenience with in-room kitchen and laundry facilities. Shuttle buses which go to Yeonhui, Yeonnam-dong, where you may experience famous restaurants, and Itaewon via Seoul Station and Myeong-dong will take you to the real attraction for free.

This package consists of a three-bed room (for four people) or a four-bed room (for six people), a 30 percent discount on breakfast and a 20 percent discount for the hotel’s signature restaurant, Buffet Restaurant. Moreover, fried chicken, cooked by hotel chefs, wedge potatoes and a pack of soda will be included as well. Chicken packs will be provided in accordance with the number of guests.

All package purchases are complimentary with fitness clubs and swimming pools, and saunas are available at a 50 percent discount. The All-In-One package is 174,000 won excluding tax and service charges.

Swiss Grand Hotel: (02) 3216-5656

353 Yeonhui-ro, Seodaemun District


Millennium Hilton Seoul

Ongoing: Il Ponte, Millennium Hilton Seoul’s popular Italian trattoria, has unveiled its new menu. Long-acclaimed for its authentic Italian pizzas and homemade pastas, Il Ponte added tempting new dishes to its culinary repertoire from March 2.

The new items will include a signature handmade pasta. Il Ponte will continue to make its authentic Italian pizzas - hand tossed and thin-crusted - with more gourmet toppings, such as the pizza Vesuvio with salami, mozzarella, basil and garlic (25,000 won) and pizza verde with basil pesto, ricotta, and pistachio cream (28,000 won).

Other main dishes include: tagliolini with black truffle and Parmesan cheese (24,000 won); cotoletta alla Milanese with breaded veal chop (42,000 won) and more.

There will also be new dessert additions including: mascarpone tiramisu with strawberries (18,000 won); cannolis with sweet ricotta and pistachio (18,000 won) and Amalfi, which includes lemon cake, sherbet and limoncello (18,000 won).

The new menu items pick up on current culinary trends in Italian cuisine from around the world, and are an exciting way for Il Ponte diners to experience unparalleled Italian food in Seoul.

Millennium Hilton Seoul: (02) 753-7788

Namdaemunro 5-ga, Jung District