|Exterior view of the Kensington Jeju Hotel in Seogwipo, Jejudo Island. (Kensington Jeju Hotel)|
The nautical themed resort meets all the standards and quality services of its neighboring brands, however, with the property being relatively smaller, Kensington guests can bask in all its 4-star bliss in a more intimate and less crowded atmosphere.
In an effort to offer guests a rare opportunity to get the most bang for their buck while enjoying their time at one of the peninsula’s most popular summer getaways, the hotel is introducing its newest “Luxury All-Inclusive Package.”
This special, limited time package allows guests to experience everything that the Kensington Jeju Hotel has to offer without being burdened by any additional costs. The package, which is available until Sept. 7, takes its “all-inclusive” vow to heart, where even the contents of each room’s minibar are complimentary.
With the all-inclusive offer, guests will not only enjoy the comforts of a one-night stay in one of the hotel’s deluxe rooms, but will also have free access to the nightly rooftop DJs party, poolside bar and a variety of indoor and outdoor activity programs organize by the hotel staff. And unlike most hotel establishments that only offer complimentary breakfast, with the all-exclusive package, Kensington guests can feast on three-square meals a day ranging from Korean to Italian cuisine, as well as the morning’s international buffet.
|Guests participate in the Kensington Jeju Hotel’s “Nightfall Boat Fishing” program. (Kensington Jeju Hotel)|
For those looking to spend a little time outside the resort, the hotel package includes a number of organized activity programs such as the “Green Tea Farm Tour,” “Jeju Gotjawal Tracking,” “Nightfall Boat Fishing” and others.
Aiming to cater to both families and young vacationers, the Kensington Hotel also features the rooftop Skyfinity Zone and the Oceanfinity. The Skyfinity Zone is an adults-only pool with rooftop tanning zone -- including th services of a private tanning butler -- and the Club Havana, serving up refreshing Cuban Mojitos. On the other side of the spectrum is the Oceanfinity, the outdoor pool area that welcomes kids and family-guests.
The Kensington Hotel’s all-inclusive package is priced from 580,000 won to 630,000 won for two people.
For more information on the Kensington Jeju Hotel and its summer packages, visit www.kensingtonhoteljeju.com.
By Julie Jackson (email@example.com)