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2021.5.10 Hotel Events



InterContinental Seoul COEX
Through June 30: To accommodate the growing golfing population in their 20s and 30s as well as the increasing number of female golfers, InterContinental Seoul COEX in Samseong-dong presents the “Spring Day Rounding Package with Piv'vee" until June 30. Targeting beginner golfers in their 20s and 30s, the package features concept rooms, each equipped with a mini golf course, and offers golf lessons at the hotel’s indoor driving range.
In collaboration with golf & life wear brand "Piv'vee," the Business Suites, which are more than twice the size of regular rooms, are transformed into a mini golf course. Each Piv'vee Golf Concept Room comes with a large putting mat specially made by the hotel, along with Piv'vee cushions, bed runners and coasters among other items as well as two Piv'vee hats and ball pouches offered as gifts. The package also includes golf lessons worth 200,000 won ($179) (30 minutes each for two people, must be reserved in advance) at a driving range inside the hotel fitness club. On top of that, each package provides in-room dining consisting of portable canned wine, handmade burgers, french fries, and salads. In the morning, breakfast for two can be enjoyed at The Brasserie, which boasts healthy menus prepared with fresh local ingredients. Guests can also access the hotel’s fitness club and swimming pools.
Guests can opt for the Superior Room instead of the Golf Concept Room, and each of these rooms includes two Piv'vee hats, complimentary access to the indoor driving range, hotel fitness club, and swimming pools, as well as breakfast for two at The Brasserie. Golf lessons are available at a special rate for package guests who reserve the lesson in advance.
The “Spring Day Rounding Package with Piv'vee" is available until June 30, and the rate starts from 430,000 won for the Piv'vee Golf Concept Rooms and 230,000 won for the Superior Rooms. (Including tax and service charges).
InterContinental Seoul COEX: (02) 3430-8888  
Bongeunsa-ro 524, Gangnam District  
Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas
Through Aug. 31: Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas in Samseong-dong has announced its plan to release two types of new to-go products that can be enjoyed at home with family members. “Home Glamping To-go,” which consists of popular items from buffet restaurant “Grand Kitchen,” and “Royal High Tea To-go” prepared under the theme of flowers are all available from May.  


“Home Glamping To-go,” which features popular items from Grand Kitchen under the theme of glamping, will be served until Aug. 31. Tandoori shrimp, LA beef rib roast, marinated pork back rib roast, crispy boneless chicken, and various other items are prepared, and this offer is available as a four-person set and a six-person set. Designed to create a unique glamping mood, “Home Glamping To-go” requires reservation 24 hours in advance and is priced at 110,000 won for the four-person option and 180,000 won for the six-person option. (Tax included)    
“Fleur de la Reine Royal High Tea,” jointly brought by the Lobby Lounge, and luxurious French perfume brand “Maison Francis Kurkdjian,” is also available as a to-go option. “Fleur de la Reine Royal High Tea To-go” prepared with a flower motif offers ten types of tea foods, including flower dacquoise in the shapes of cherry blossoms and roses, elderflower lemon cake, and spring flower and scallop puree, in a specially made container and is served with premium tea. Prepared with a spring flower motif, “Fleur de la Reine Royal High Tea To-go” is available upon reservation with a one-day notice and can be picked up at The Lobby Lounge on the ground floor from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. It is 80,000 won for two. (Tax and service charge included)  
Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas: (02) 555-5656  
Teheran-ro 521, Gangnam District  
Andaz Seoul Gangnam


Ongoing: Andaz Seoul Gangnam, a lifestyle hotel brand of Hyatt International, located next to Apgujeong subway station, announces the return of the Apple Mango Bingsu, or shaved ice, season. Apple Mango Bingsu is one of the ever-popular seasonal Korean desserts. The apple mango bingsu comes with other treats made with mango such as apple and mango tart and mango jelly. The set is usually good for two to three people to share. About two to three entire mangoes are used to make one bingsu. Mango sherbet is placed on top with chocolate. Milk ice flakes help soften and enhance the mango flavor. Guests can also add red bean paste or condensed milk according to their preference. The Apple Mango Bingsu is priced at 56,000 won.
The Jogakbo restaurant, recently relaunched in March, offers exquisite dining experiences via three unique dining & bar venues, Bites & Wine, Seafood Grill and Meat & Co.. The Bites & Wine bar, which offers the Bubbles N Bites happy hour promotion, features over 100 kinds of liquor and a variety of snacks cooked nonstop from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Teppan open kitchen. Most dishes are priced between 10,000 and 30,000 won, and beverages start from 8,000 won per glass.
Andaz Seoul Gangnam: (02) 2193-1234  
854 Nonhyeon-ro Gangnam District  
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