2014.2.12 Hotel Events
Feb. 14: The hotel is presenting a Valentine’s Day wine dinner at its Atrium Cafe for couples planning a special evening.
A course menu includes abalone salad, scallop soup, fish fillet on a bed of lemon risotto, fruit sherbet and sous vide-cooked Jeju Island black pork.
Guests can enjoy wine with unlimited glasses of Penfold’s Chardonnay and Shiraz. There will also be a live music performance. The price of the dinner is 110,000 won ($103), including taxes and service charges.
Grand Hilton Seoul: (02) 2287-8270
Hongeun-dong, northern Seoul
Millennium Seoul Hilton
Through February: Il Ponte, the hotel’s Italian trattoria, will host a monthlong promotion celebrating the cuisine of Venice, one of the world’s most romantic cities.
During the promotion, guests can choose from a special menu featuring dishes inspired from this northeastern region of Italy.
Chef Anita Bidini has designed a five-course menu that includes pan-fried sea scallops with garlic, spaghetti with duck, vegetables and parmesan cheese sauce, grilled beef tenderloin with red wine and vegetable sauce served with potatoes.
The Venetian set menu costs 87,000 won. Taxes and service charges are already included.
Millennium Seoul Hilton: (02) 317-3270
Namdaemun-ro, central Seoul
Lotte Hotel Seoul
Through February: The hotel presents three types of Family Break packages.
The Family Break I (250,000 won) package includes a one-night stay in a superior room, a breakfast buffet for two people, two tickets for the City Hall ice skating rink and two tickets to Lotte Cinema.
The Family Break II (280,000 won) adds an upgrade to a deluxe room and a welcome snack for children.
The hotel also offers its Family Break III (390,000 won) package, providing family guests with an opportunity to enjoy gourmet food. To the benefits of the second package, this deal adds an upgrade to a junior or corner suite room, a welcome basket of flowers, fruits and cookies, and dinner for two at one of the hotel’s restaurants.
Prices do not include taxes and service charges. Tickets for the ice rink are available to guests staying before Feb. 23.
In addition, the hotel is holding a special promotion for Shinhan and Hyundai premium credit card holders until Feb. 28. Guests paying with Shinhan credit cards (The Premier, The Ace, The Best, The Lady Best, The Best-F) will receive a hotel restaurant voucher worth 150,000 won per night.
Meanwhile, guests paying with Hyundai credit cards (the Black, the Purple, the Red) can enjoy a 100,000 won discount on room rates per night and a free room upgrade service on all packages. Club Lounge benefits will be provided to two people if a room upgrade is not available.
Lotte Hotel Seoul: (02) 771-7311
Sogong-dong, central Seoul
Through February: The hotel offers special deals at its Korean restaurant, Ondal, and its barbecue restaurant, Myongwolgwan.
At Ondal, guests can enjoy dumplings stuffed with chewy pheasant meat served with broth made with hanwoo, or home-grown cattle, a hot pot with slightly blanched vegetables and black pork, regional specialties of Jeju Island, and rice cake soup made of hanwoo brisket broth. Prices start from 25,000 won, including tax and service charges.
Meanwhile, Myongwolgwan serves Korean’s all-time favorite, bulgogi (grilled marinated beef), and rice in a hot stone pot. The special set menu costs 47,000 won and is only served from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Sheraton Grande Walkerhill: (02) 455-5000
Gwangjang-dong, eastern Seoul
Park Hyatt Seoul
Ongoing: The Lounge on the 24th floor of the hotel presents its Afternoon Tea Set every afternoon from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., with a wide array of homemade desserts and premium tea or coffee.
Park Hyatt Seoul: (02) 2016-1205
Daechi-dong, southern Seoul
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