2012.7.25 HOTEL EVENTS
Tomorrow: The hotel is to hold a W Indulge Summer, offering a variety of menus accompanied by wines from the Italian regions of Tuscany, Lombardy and Piedmont. Dishes will be created by Leonardo Concezzi, head chef of the hotel St. Regis Bangkok, along with chefs of the W Seoul-Walkerhill.
The wine list includes a 2011 Michele Chiarlo Gavi Le Marne and a 2010 Tommasi Ripasso Valpolicella Classico Superiore, among others.
This event will be held in the Kitchen on the first floor starting at 7 p.m. and an aperitif reception will be held as well at the Woobar.
The price per person is 180,000 won ($156.80), not including tax and service charge.
W Seoul-Walkerhill: (02) 2022-0111
Gwangjang-dong, eastern Seoul
Grand Hyatt Seoul
To Aug. 8: The Grand Hyatt Seoul presents the “Yogurt Special” in its European-style delicatessen, The Deli. Designed by the hotel’s executive pastry chef, Beat Loeffel, the special offers a variety of flavors including fresh orange yogurt cake, raspberry yogurt cake, fig yogurt cake, mango, strawberry and blackberry.
Cake slices are priced at 5,500 won each, 6,500 won per cupcake and 25,000 won for whole cakes. Prices exclude tax.
Grand Hyatt Seoul: (02) 799-8167
Hannam-dong, central Seoul
Renaissance Seoul Hotel
To Aug. 12: To celebrate the Summer Olympic Games, the hotel is presenting a Special Olympic Promotion offering two specials.
First, the Trevi Lounge will serve an Olympic menu with two traditional English snacks of fish and chips (19,000 won) and bangers and mashed potato with onion gravy (23,000 won).Guests can also enjoy unlimited beer or wine for an additional 10,000 won or 12,000 won, respectively.
Starting Friday, all restaurants in the hotel will run an Olympic promotion: customers that leave their business cards will be eligible for drawing to win lodging, buffets or cake certificates.
Prices exclude tax and service charge.
Renaissance Seoul Hotel: (02) 2222-8627
Yeoksam-dong, southern Seoul
Millennium Seoul Hilton
Aug. 1 to Aug. 14: The hotel’s international buffet restaurant, Orangerie, will welcome Chef Hun Pin Cheng, a guest chef from the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel in Singapore, to its kitchen for two weeks during August.
The chef will introduce authentic Singaporean cuisine, including papaya salad with roasted peanut and shrimp, braised duck with superior soya sauce, Malyasian laksa and chilled mango and pomelo soup.
The lunch buffet 60,000 won and the dinner buffet 65,000 won. For children aged 12 and under, the lunch buffet is 36,000 won and the dinner buffet 39,000 won. Prices include tax and service charge.
Millennium Seoul Hilton: (02) 317-3143
Namdaemun-ro, central Seoul
During August: The Seven Square, the hotel’s buffet restaurant, will feature special dishes prepared with rare premium pork “duroc” for the entire month of August. The promotion is a part of the “Special Food for Your Table” series, a yearlong promotion featuring premium food ingredients delivered directly from the producers. The “duroc” menu is being introduced to promote the pork, often called “luxury premium” pork by gourmets.
The Seven Square will introduce duroc selections including grilled duroc belly, dongporou and homemade duroc pancetta.”
Lunch is 60,000 won and dinner 66,000 won for adults, excluding tax and service charges.
The Plaza: (02) 310-7777
Sogon-ro, central Seoul
The Westin Chosun Seoul
To Sept. 3: The hotel will have prize drawings for customers of the Chinese restaurant Hong Yuan and buffet restaurant Aria.
Prizes include a trip to Phuket, Thailand, and accommodations at the Westin Chosun Seoul and Busan.
Guests get an entry for the drawing with each restaurant visit. Drawings will take place on Aug. 3 and Sept. 3.
Winners will be contacted individually and announced on the hotel’s Web site.
A total of 20 people will receive prizes.
The Westin Chosun Seoul: (02) 771-0500
Sogong-dong, central Seoul