2014.8.21 Hotel Events

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2014.8.21 Hotel Events

Imperial Palace Seoul

Sept. 5 to 16: The Imperial Palace Seoul is presenting a package for those who want to relax during the Chuseok national holiday, often dubbed the Korean Thanksgiving.

The Hangawi Package (hangawi means Chuseok) includes breakfast for two at Cafe Amiga and two cups of sweet hongsi, or persimmon juice, at the Lobby Lounge Delmar.

It costs 254,100 won ($248) including taxes and service charges.

Imperial Palace Seoul: (02) 3440-8000

Nonhyeon-dong, southern Seoul

www.imperialpalace.co.kr




Renaissance Seoul Hotel

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Sept. 7 to Nov. 30: The Renaissance Seoul Hotel is offering a “Falling in Love” package, the first of which includes a night at a deluxe room, including access to the hotel gym. It costs 180,000 won.

The second deal is designed for couples and features a night in a deluxe room, breakfast for two at Cafe Elysee, and a bottle of red wine and a cheese plate as room service. It is priced at 230,000 won.

The third package is for families. It includes a night in a deluxe room, breakfast, pizza, soft drinks, a bottle of red wine and an assorted cheese platter.

It costs 240,000 won.

All prices exclude taxes and service charges.

Renaissance Seoul Hotel: (02) 2222-8635

Yeoksam-dong, southern Seoul

www.renaissance-seoul.com




The Ritz-Carlton, Seoul

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Sept. 12: The Garden, the Ritz-Carlton, Seoul’s all-day-dining restaurant, will host a wine dinner in conjunction with Patz & Hall, one of California’s leading wineries, combining a series of Patz & Hall wines with a specially created set menu.

The dinner will offer a chance to taste seven Patz & Hall wines, starting with sparkling wine at the opening reception and including various pinot noirs and chardonnays.

The six-course meal includes dishes such as steamed sea bream with garlic sauce, hot French duck confit and U.S. beef tenderloin with lamb chops.

The Garden’s Patz & Hall wine dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 12 and is priced at 200,000 won per person, which includes taxes and service charges.

Ritz-Carlton, Seoul: (02) 3451-8271

Yeoksam-dong, southern Seoul

www.ritzcarltonseoul.com



Conrad Seoul

Sept. 22 to 30: Conrad Seoul’s buffet restaurant Zest has invited Chef Katsuhiro Tamura of the Conrad Tokyo to present his Kyo-Kaiseki cuisine creations at the Japanese Delight Festival.

During the festival period, the open kitchen and live-cooking stations at Zest will feature Chef Tamura’s signature dishes, which define the Japanese art of multicourse dining.

Various seasonal delicacies like broiled eel, fried lotus roots and burdock, abalone cuisine and tofu cuisine will be available.

The price for a weekday lunch is 65,000 won, or it is 75,000 won for dinner.

A weekend lunch is 80,000 won and 85,000 won for dinner per adult.

All prices include taxes.

Conrad Seoul: (02) 6137-7100

Yeouido-dong, western Seoul

www.conradseoul.co.kr



Plaza Hotel Seoul

Ongoing: The Plaza Hotel Seoul presents a food and beverage promotion themed around a perfect menu created by hotel chefs.

The project aims to offer the best flavors through its new menu at all the hotel’s restaurants and its cafe.

For the initial launch, all-day dining and buffet restaurant The Seven Square will present new dishes, including whole-Iberico jamon and a whole tuna.

The highlight, however, will be the rotisserie and barbecued meat, which is to be prepared on the spot. Exclusive meats are delicately carved by the chef while Peking duck is cooked on the rotisserie.

Weekday lunch costs 84,000 won while weekend and holiday lunch and dinner costs 90,000 won for an adult.

In order to celebrate the new food and beverage promotion, there will be a lucky draw with various prizes on offer, from hotel room vouchers to wines.

Plaza Hotel Seoul: (02) 310-7777

Sogong-dong, central Seoul

www.hoteltheplaza.com



* Information is provided by hotels




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