2012.9.27 HOTEL EVENTS

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2012.9.27 HOTEL EVENTS


Grand Hilton Seoul

Tomorrow to Wednesday: The hotel presents Chuseok holiday packages. The “Boreumdal” (full moon in Korean) package is priced at 165,000 won ($147), includes a night in a deluxe room, two cans of Kooksoondang makgeolli, or rice liquor, and breakfast for two at the buffet restaurant.

Guests also receive discounts at La Clinique de Paris spa, such as “Relaxing Back Care” for 70,000 won and “Soothing Moisture Facial” for 60,000 won. Prices for the spa include tax.

Grand Hilton Seoul: (02) 2287-8400

Hongeun-dong, northern Seoul



JW Marriott Hotel Seoul

Oct. 11-12: JW’s Grill will serve dinners featuring the American wine brand Mondavi.

The menus will be created by Jeff Mosher, the visiting chef from the Robert Mondavi Winery.

The six-course menu includes tuna tartar, carrot soup and olive-flavored salmon garnished with lentils.

The wine list includes Mondavi’s first fume blanc. During the two-day promotion, Mondavi’s Momentum will be provided for wine lovers. Due to lack of supply, the wine is not available in Korea.

The Mondavi Wine Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. and is priced at 180,000 won per person, excluding tax and service charge.

In addition, the restaurant will present a special Mondavi menu throughout October.

JW Marriott Hotel Seoul: (02) 6282-6759

Banpo-dong, southern Seoul


Grand Hyatt Seoul

Oct. 11-24: The Terrace restaurant present Singaporean cuisine prepared by Low Hui Heng, Mahahtyir Bin Ya, and Rajesh Kumar, three visiting chefs from the Grand Hyatt Singapore.

The Singaporean cuisine includes Pulut Hitam, a spicy and sweet dish of black rice and coconuts, and Popiah, a vegetable and seafood spring roll wrapped in wheat pancake.

Prices are 54,000 won for weekday lunch and 56,000 won for dinner. For weekend lunch and dinner, prices start at 60,000 won.

All prices exclude tax and service charge.

Grand Hyatt Seoul: (02) 799-8166

Hannam-dong, central Seoul


Millennium Seoul Hilton

Through October: The buffet restaurant Orangerie will offer German cuisine and draft beer in celebration of Oktoberfest.

Staff will dress in traditional Oktoberfest costume, and guests will get handmade German sausages, sauerkraut, German potato salad and more.

Unlimited draft beer, wine, and soft drinks are available for an additional 16,000 won.

The lunch buffet is priced at 60,000 won for adults and 36,000 won for children aged 12 and under. For dinner, it costs 65,000 won for adults and 39,000 won for children. Tax and service charges are included.

Millennium Seoul Hilton: (02) 317-3143

Namdaemun-ro, central Seoul



Renaissance Seoul Hotel

Oct. 4 to Nov. 2: The “October Beer Festival” offers German dishes and BBQ, and unlimited draft beer, soju and makgeolli.

The festival starts at 6 p.m. Wednesday through Friday.

Prices start at 32,000 won, excluding tax and service charges.

Renaissance Seoul Hotel: (02) 2222-8500

Yeoksam-dong, southern Seoul


Imperial Palace Seoul

To Nov. 30: Pine mushrooms are featured at the Cheonsan Chinese (from 50,000 won) and Manyo Japanese (from 150,000 won) and Verona Italian (from 78,000 won) restaurants.

All prices exclude tax and service charge.

Imperial Palace Seoul: (02) 3440-8000

Nonhyun-dong, southern Seoul


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