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Lotte Hotel Jeju

The hotel offers “Private Villa Suite Package” through the end of February. The package includes a one night stay in a luxurious private villa suite, breakfast in room for two persons, a mist from the U.S. spa cosmetics brand EI Solutions (worth 130,000 won), blueberry cheesecake, fruits, four tickets to the ice rink, and two welcome drink vouchers to be enjoyed at the romantic Pungcha Lounge. A “Winter Carnival Party Menu” is served in the guest room for a private party for two. The menu includes pizza or chicken wings, two bottles of Guinness and one bottle of soft drink. The package is priced at 520,000-590,000 won for one night and 1,040,000-1,180,000 won for two nights. For inquiries, call 1577-0360.


Grand Hilton Seoul

Grand InterContinental Seoul said it has changed the hotel’s official name to Grand InterContinental Seoul PARNAS as of Jan. 3, as the owning company Parnas Hotel Co. plans to enhance its brand and expand its hotel business overseas in the future. The hotel was established in Samseong-dong in southern Seoul 25 years ago when the district was mere farmland. It rapidly grew to be able to hold significant international events including G20 Seoul Summit in Novem­ber. Parnas Hotel Co. is an affiliate under GS Engi­neering & Construction.


Sheraton Grande Walkerhill

The hotel’s European bar and restaurant CLOCK16 is offering a special lunch menu “J Signature Steak.” The four-course meal is prepared by CLOCK16’s sous chef Justin Toth, an experienced chef from New York who has previously worked with prominent chefs like Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Gray Kunz. The menu includes a starter soup, char-grilled U.S. prime beef steak, dessert and coffee or tea. The usual portion of 120 gram steak has been upgraded to a bigger portion of 150 gram. The menu is available on all days during lunch hours, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. It is priced at 50,000 won. Call (02) 450-4516.


Hyatt Regency Incheon

From Jan. 17 to Jan. 23, the hotel’s Restaurant 8 offers authentic Chinese dimsum for the celebration of the New Year. Ken Yeh, the sous chef of Grand Hyatt Taipei, will showcase a special dimsum menu and weekend Chinese buffet offerings. For more information or to make a reservation, call (032) 745-1234 or visit www.hyattregencyincheon.com.


Grand InterContinental Seoul PARNAS

Grand InterContinental Seoul said it has changed the hotel’s official name to Grand InterContinental Seoul PARNAS as of Jan. 3, as the owning company Parnas Hotel Co. plans to enhance its brand and expand its hotel business overseas in the future. The hotel was established in Samseong-dong in southern Seoul 25 years ago when the district was mere farmland. It rapidly grew to be able to hold significant international events including G20 Seoul Summit in Novem­ber. Parnas Hotel Co. is an affiliate under GS Engi­neering & Construction.
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