2021.6.24 Hotel EventsFour Seasons Hotel Seoul
Whether the dream is for a lavish Korean BBQ complete with traditional fermented favorites or an elegant eight-course banquet, each dining experience is fully customizable. Cuisine choices include Korean, Japanese, Italian, Cantonese and Western, showcasing the skills of chef Jae-young, who brings his famous dynamism and creative flair to every dish.
The Hotel’s sommelier Josephine Yoo is also on hand to offer exclusive wine and cocktail pairings, drawing on intuitive skills honed during her 13 years in the industry.
A minimum of 24 hours after the suite booking is made — and the private chef experience requested — the lead guest will be invited to a telephone consultation with chef Jae-young and sommelier Yoo to discuss ideas and preferences, before the pair begin crafting a feast.
“In light of the current situation with physical distancing, we wanted to create an unforgettable experience that surpasses dining in the city’s top restaurants due to its exclusivity,” comments Sébastien Ganry, Director of Food and Beverage. “Imagine one of the country’s finest chefs preparing a menu you’ve chosen while a renowned sommelier selects the pairings — it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for our suite guests and we’re delighted to be able to offer it at Four Seasons Hotel Seoul.”
The exclusive private dining experience is available in the Hotel’s stunning Sejong Two Bedroom Suite and Presidential Three Bedroom Suite. Light-filled corner suite Sejong features floor-to-ceiling, wraparound windows with views over Sejong Road, while the palatial penthouse Presidential Suite includes a full gourmet kitchen and huge dining table as well as three bedrooms, an office, a media room, a private spa-treatment room and access to the Executive Club Lounge.
Sejong (Two-Bedroom) Suite starts from 3,980,000 won ($3,600) per night while the Presidential (Three-Bedroom) Suite starts from 15,000,000 won per night.
The in-suite Private Chef Experience starts from 350,000 won per person, for up to four diners.
Four Seasons Hotel Seoul: (02) 6388-5000
97 Saemunan-ro, Jongno District
Andaz Seoul Gangnam
Ongoing: Andaz Seoul Gangnam, a lifestyle hotel of Hyatt International, announces the launch of an Andaz Afternoon Tea Set featuring a combination of desserts, finger foods and coffee or tea at Jogakbo-Bites and Wine bar.
The menu is composed of seven kinds of desserts, including Valrhona chocolate lollipop, mascarpone mille-feuille, cherry blossom roll cake, nut tarts, assorted cookies and chocolate, and three kinds of finger foods, such as crab sandwich or a herb-pesto puff pastry. Coffee or tea is unlimited. Add 10,000 won, and receive a petit bottle of wine (200 milliliters).
The Andaz Afternoon Tea Set is available from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The price is 90,000 won for two people. In celebration of the launch and throughout the month of June, guests may purchase the 3+1 Andaz Afternoon Tea Set promotion through Naver Pay.
Andaz Seoul Gangnam: (02) 2193-1234
854 Nonhyeon-ro Gangnam Distrct
Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas
Ongoing: Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas presents the Signature Handcraft Beer Combo as this summer’s to-go product at Grand Deli, located on the first floor. The hotel’s Signature Handcraft Beer Combo with a refreshing and cooling flavor that offers reprieve from the summer heat includes two cans of “Art Pale Ale,” assorted cold cuts prepared by hotel chefs, cheese and mini pretzels and is packed in a hotel-branded cooler bag. “Art Pale Ale” is a fragrant ale full of citric aroma with orange and grapefruit, and it has been instantly poured into and sealed in a specially made aluminum can. The cooler bag made by the hotel is a portable size broadly useful during the summer season, especially for outdoor camping and picnics. The Signature Handcraft Beer To-go is available until the end of August at 33,000 won, including tax.
Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas: (02) 555-5656
Teheran-ro 521, Gangnam District