[Sponsored Report] Banyan Tree opens top-notch resort
Banyan Tree Club & Spa Seoul, which comprises a private member’s club as well as a city hotel, opened in two phases in recent months. The luxury resort chain unveiled its club facilities to its members in April, while the hotel building debuted to the public in June.
It ranks as the first development of its kind by the award-winning hospitality brand Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts.
The sprawling 70,000 square-meter property is nestled in the heart of Seoul on Mount Namsan, which means it provides easy access to the downtown area yet is also located in a natural setting that feels miles removed from the city.
To celebrate the opening of Banyan Tree Club & Spa Seoul, the resort is offering rates starting at just 402,000 won a night, plus 10 percent tax, for a deluxe room for two with a minimum stay of two nights. The special is available through Aug. 31.
The offer includes daily breakfast for two at Granum Dining Lounge and a choice of a free bottle of champagne, a 90-minute massage for one at Banyan Tree Spa or a Japanese set lunch for two at the resort’s high-end Mori N contemporary restaurant.
Guests of the Hotel at Banyan Tree Club & Spa Seoul are considered club members during their stay, giving them exclusive access to club facilities including outdoor and indoor swimming pools, a sauna, gyms, golf range, tennis court and members-only restaurants and bars.
The hotel caters to guest privacy, with a maximum of four rooms or suites per floor. Additionally, two massive presidential suites provide panoramic views of tranquil Namsan Park and the city of Seoul.
The hotel also has four restaurants that are open to the public, providing a great way to socialize, relax and enjoy a memorable meal.
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