2014.10.2 Hotel ListingGrand Hyatt Incheon
Until Oct. 31: Restaurant 8, located on the first floor of the Grand Hyatt Incheon East Tower, is launching its Discover Korea signature menu, which takes its guests on a journey to discover local culinary delights. Two different menus are available for lunch and dinner until Oct. 31. Meals start with pancake rolls, seasonal green salad and snow crab meat salad with yuja dressing, followed by Korean beef tartar, sweet pumpkin porridge, assorted Korean pancakes and Jedong beef stew. For dessert, seasonal fruits, rice punch, Korean crackers and Korean rice cake are served.
Vegetarian choices are also available.
Lunch is available at 66,000 won ($62) and dinner at 88,000 won. The vegetarian lunch is 55,000 won and dinner is 66,000 won, inclusive of 10 percent tax.
Grand Hyatt Incheon: (032) 745-1234
InterContinental Seoul Coex
Until Nov. 30: The Brasserie buffet restaurant will serve a selection of autumnal wines this season. With a purchase of a lunch or dinner buffet, patrons will receive unlimited refills for red wine, white wine and beer, with no additional fee.
Don’t miss the chance to savor sumptuous wines that pair well with the eatery’s dishes. The offer doesn’t apply on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays. Lunch is 71,000 won and dinner is 83,000 won.
InterContinental Seoul Coex: (02) 3430-8610
Bongeun-sa-ro, southern Seoul
JW Marriott Hotel Seoul
Until Nov. 30: The hotel has launched the “Last Minute Wedding” promotion, designed for couples seeking to enjoy a reasonably priced autumn hotel wedding planned at short notice.
Customers signing autumn wedding contracts will be offered a special wedding menu priced at 69,999 won per person, a 10 percent saving on alcoholic drinks and complimentary table candles to the value of one million won. This promotion is available for weddings with at least 250 guests. To mark the renovation of JW Marriott Hotel Seoul’s third-floor meeting rooms, customers holding small-scale wedding ceremonies on the third floor will be offered complimentary table flower decorations worth 700,000 won.
JW Marriott Hotel Seoul: (02) 6282-6262
Seocho District, southern Seoul
Lotte Hotel Seoul
Until Nov. 30: Lotte Hotel Seoul’s Toh Lim and Momoyama are holding a DIY menu promotion until Nov. 30, which allows guests to create a custom menu. The Chinese restaurant Toh Lim offers the DIY dim sum set at a price of 75,000 won. The four-course menu is composed of chilled vegetables, main dishes, dim sum and dessert. Guests can choose from three to 16 selections for the main dish, such as king crab soup. The Japanese restaurant Momoyama offers the DIY menu at 80,000 won, which includes an appetizer, three kinds of sashimi, a main dish, rice or noodles and dessert. Guests can choose two out of nine savory autumn dishes for the main.
Lotte Hotel Seoul, Toh Lim 02-317-7101-2 / Momoyama (02) 317-7031-2
Sogong-dong, central Seoul
Renaissance Seoul Hotel
Until Nov. 30: The Renaissance Seoul Hotel is offering three “Falling in Love” packages. The first includes a night in a deluxe room with access to the hotel gym and costs 180,000 won.
The second is designed for couples and features a night in a deluxe room, breakfast for two at Cafe Elysee, and a room-service bottle of red wine with a cheese plate for 230,000 won.
The third package is for families and 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
Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel
Until Dec. 30: The hotel introduces a new package for mothers-to-be. The “Maman Bebe” package pampers future moms with a fresh fruit platter rich in vitamins and relaxing prenatal treatments.
The hotel offers three different options for this package, priced from 229,000 won to 480,000 won. All prices exclude tax and service charges.
Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel: (02) 2022-0000
Gwangjang-dong, eastern Seoul