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2018.11.16 Hotel Events

Nov 16,2018
Conrad Seoul

Through Nov. 18: Conrad Seoul is hosting their Tea Party to get into the autumnal mood with a unique afternoon tea that will only be available this fall. Experience your tea party from 2 to 6 p.m. on weekends.

Inspired by the colors of autumn, the seasonal sweet and savory treats are served over three wonderful tray tiers alongside a pot of Ronnefeldt tea. Savory offerings include a choice of salmon croissants and ham and cheese sandwiches to tantalize the taste buds. The selection of sweets add to the autumnal mood with Sacher Cake and Mont Blanc providing some great seasonal flavors. A serving of homemade scones is also served alongside a pot of your chosen Ronnefeldt tea. Choose from Earl Grey, Darjeeling and a selection of aromatic herbal or floral teas to suit your tea tastes from the Ronnefeldt tea collection.

Whether natural, aromatic or floral, the tea will be brewed to perfection before served at your table alongside your afternoon tea treats.

Each afternoon tea is priced at 39,000 won ($35) (per person, including tax). Advance reservation is needed for all bookings.

Conrad Seoul: (02) 6137-7000

10 Gukjegeumyung-ro, Yeongdeungpo District

www.conradseoul.com



Park Hyatt Busan

From Nov. 19: Park Hyatt Busan’s Lounge is pleased to present two festive tea sets in time for the upcoming Christmas season. The Festive Afternoon Tea Set includes a selection of savory snacks, a selection of sweets and homemade scones with strawberry jam, clotted cream and butter that is made by the chef every morning. The selection of sweets, such as red velvet Santa cake, white chocolate Christmas cake, vanilla custard donut and orange mousse Rudolph, creates a lovely and cute Christmas atmosphere. In addition, the selection of savory snacks, which includes a shrimp mini burger, a spicy crab salad, a seasonal mushroom tart and smoked salmon and cucumber sandwich, offers a rich and varied menu.

The limited Festive Afternoon Tea Set is available every day from 2 to 6 p.m. and is 70,000 won for two people including tax.

The hotel is also offering its Festive Bingsu which is also a special treat for the season. Guests can enjoy the softness of milk and the freshness of strawberries to finish it off with a cute snowman cookie. The sweet treats are available from 10 a.m. to midnight and costs 35,000 won,
including tax.

Park Hyatt Busan: (051) 990-1234

51, Marine City 1-ro, Haeundae District

www.busan.park.hyatt.com



Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel

Through Nov. 25: Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel’s Lobby Lounge.Bar, located on the 41st floor, presents an all-you-can-eat dessert buffet called Sweet Autumn Delight. The famous unlimited dessert buffet returns just in time for autumn. The colors, tastes and scents of fall are all combined in the beautifully-designed desserts. Guests can enjoy a combination of 14 different kinds of mini desserts including Earl Grey mango cake, hazelnut gateau, chocolate trifle, lavender blueberry and yogurt cake and four kinds of whole cake; gateau de velour rouge (red velvet cake), maroon mandarin cake, pecan nut tart, foret noire gateau, along with a selection of delicious and fulfilling snacks including Japanese-cured salmon, flammkuchen, tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes) and seasonal fruits. Unlimited coffee and tea are provided for you to enjoy along with the dessert selection and a choice of sangria or pumpkin juice is also available for an additional 5,000 won per person. “Sweet Autumn Delight” is available until Nov. 25 at the Lobby Lounge.Bar during weekends and public holidays. It costs 33,000 won per adult and 16,500 won per child.

Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel

(02) 2211-2100

662 Gyeongin-ro, Guro District

www.sheratonseouldcubecity.co.kr



Park Hyatt Seoul

Through Dec. 31: Park Hyatt Seoul presents its Sunday two-night stay package, Stay & Get More. For guests who begin their two-night stays on Sunday, the package offers 100,000 won worth of benefits as F&B credits which may be used as cash at The Timber House and Cornerstone. The package is priced from 630,000 won for two nights (prices are subject to 10 percent tax; no service charge applies). Reservations can be made at seoul.park.hyatt.com or by calling the hotel. Refined design using materials such as natural wood and granite, and panoramic city views from floor-to-ceiling windows provide a romantic atmosphere in each room. The bathroom area provides a special exotic experience and is perfect for relaxing, taking in sunsets or enjoying stunning night views of the city. All guests staying at Park Hyatt Seoul can enjoy access to the hotel’s infinity pool, with unseen edges which provide guests with the thrilling illusion of the pool’s water tumbling down into the city from the hotel’s top floor. F&B credits are usable as cash in the hotel’s Italian restaurant, Cornerstone, as well as in its vinyl record bar The Timber House, when ordering any single dish or beverage during their stay period. Cornerstone presents a variety of home-style Italian cuisine using seasonal ingredients and provides 300 kinds of wine. And The Timber House offers a casual Japanese menu, sushi omakase, creative cocktails and all kinds of premium drinks with music played from vinyl records.

Park Hyatt Seoul: (02) 2016-1100

606 Teheran-ro, southern Seoul

www.seoul.park.hyatt.com



Millennium Seoul Hilton

Through Jan. 20: It’s getting to be that time of year again - and to help spread the Christmas spirit and Yuletide joy to everyone in Seoul, Millennium Seoul Hilton will unveil its Christmas Tree and ever-popular Christmas Train on Nov. 22. This year marks the 23rd anniversary of this beloved holiday tradition. For over two decades, a grand 10-meter (32.8-foot) Christmas tree is placed in the center of the main lobby to welcome guests to the Millennium Seoul Hilton and warm people’s hearts with Christmas cheer. In the lower lobby, designers and engineers skillfully recreate a miniature village in the Alps, complete with snow-capped mountains, tunnels, wooden bridges and hot air balloons. The highlight, of course, is the Christmas Train, a collection of around 75 exquisitely handcrafted locomotives and railroad cars that will chug their way through the little village. This year, the display will include appearances of Milton, the hotel’s mascot chipmunk, searching for Santa. See how many times you can spot Milton as he looks for St. Nick!

Millennium Seoul Hilton: (02) 317-3000

Namdaemunro 5-ga, central Seoul

www.seoul.hilton.co.kr




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