Happy autumn festival at Kensington Jeju Hotel
Kensington Jeju Hotel will present Paw in Paw Kids Package until Nov. 30, 2015.
This package is specifically designed for children who love to play and stay at Paw in Paw Kids Club and the kids rooms. There will be ‘Pumpkin Art Festival’ on Oct. 24-31 to celebrate Halloween.
Paw in Paw Package comes with a color choice of rooms decorated with the characters from Paw-In-Paw, the television animation series, in blue, pink and brown. The room also provides children’s bathrobe, sleepers and amenities.
With the package, our precious children can have an exciting time at Paw In Paw Kids Club and a class choice of Kids Craft or Cooking Class.
For more information, call 1855 – 0202.
Grand Hyatt Incheon holds Halloween party
Grand Hyatt Incheon will hold a “Halloween Kid’s Party” on Oct. 31 at 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., giving young guests two different time options for enjoying the festivities.
This year’s Halloween kid’s party will present many themed activities for kids to enjoy.
With its spooky décor, the party venue will feature a main stage and booths hosting a variety of activities.
On the main stage, kids can have fun recreating with party professionals, while booth activities will include a pumpkin relay race, a witch’s cooking class, a shooting game, a witch’s hat ring toss and more. Cookies and beverages will also be provided.
The admission fee is 88,000 won per child; 66,000 won per child for Club at the Hyatt members. An accompanying parent has to pay 22,000 won.
'The Delicatessen' opens at JW Marriott Hotel Seoul
The Deli Shop, located in the Lobby of JW Marriott Hotel Seoul, reopened as “The Delicatessen” following a sweeping makeover.
Coming as The Deli‘s first renovation since the hotel opened in 2000, The Delicatessen maintains the trademark modern luxury concept of the JW Marriott brand while bringing additional space and a range of exciting new menu items.
The interior design is based on deep brown tones, conveying a sense of security, while the original luxury feel of the shop has been maintained, in harmony with newly-introduced elements of simplicity and modernity.
Showcases, tables, chairs and other furniture items have been replaced, while the full glass façade offers clearer views from the outside, welcoming guests to the expanded space inside.
The newly-opened Delicatessen offers a menu of more than 30 new pastries created by Sin Tae-hwa, head of JW Marriott Hotel Seoul’s Pastry Kitchen.
W Seoul-Walkerhill Launches open-bar happy hour
W Seoul-Walkerhill in Gwang-jin-gu, Seoul is launching open-bar happy hour promotions in both the Japanese restaurant ‘Namu’ and the stylish ‘WooBar,’ offering a combination of premium drinks, luxurious ambience and affordable pricing.
Check out the happy hour at W Seoul-Walkerhill for casual business meetings with delectable Japanese cuisine and a variety of Japanese alcohol, or spend relaxing time with family, friends and loved ones while enjoying Japanese drinks and a breathtaking view of Hangang River.
Namu -- a Japanese restaurant that embodies flair and charm exclusive to the W brand -- is launching a Japanese happy hour promotion called ‘Nomihodai.’ The two-hour open bar for five different kinds of Japanese drinks, such as cocktail, sake, soju, beer and whiskey, is offered at 80,000 won per person (including tax and service charge) every Friday evening.
For more information, call (02) 2022-0222.
Deli Amador whips up Halloween cake
Deli Amador at Imperial Palace Seoul is gearing up for Halloween by whipping up four types of baked goods such as Spider Cake and pumpkin cookies and eight kinds of Halloween party supplies for about a week starting from Oct. 23.
The four following Halloween themed baked goods-Spider Cake, pumpkin cookies, ghost cupcake, pumpkin cheese pie, will be brought to guests by pâtissier Park Gyu-bong.
Amp up the Halloween spirit with mask, cape and a variety of spooky Halloween party supplies, which are also purchasable.
Prices are listed as follow: Spider Cake is 45,000 won; Pumpkin cookie is 5,000 won; Halloween supplies start over 3,000 won. For more information, visit www.imperialpalace.co.kr