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Grand Hyatt Incheon’s package offers eco-friendly playground, Nintendo gamesBy 박형기
Published : Feb. 5, 2016 - 09:35
It is somewhat hard to resist peeking out the window at the Boeing 777s or Airbus A350s coming and going every 5-10 minutes against the beautiful skyline in the background in this quiet and tranquil hotel. It makes you want to disconnect your mobile phone, laptop, and drop everything and just hop on an airplane and fly away.
Hotels nowadays offer more than just a place to eat and sleep. They provide an environment where you can take your mind off things and rest either by yourself or with your friends and family.
Grand Hyatt Incheon, which is about 10 minute walk from the airport and around 3 minutes by car, is located in the middle of nowhere, and there is nothing much to see outside or near the hotel, except for the airport.
And it is a perfect place to keep your mind focused on spending time alone or with your family without any distractions whatsoever especially during the Lunar New Year holidays.
With its Lunar New Year package “I Love Trees,” guests can enjoy the “Fun” option of the package which includes a one-night stay in a guestroom, breakfast for two adults and free access to the Wooden Playground and Nintendo Play Zone for children.
The package also offers access to the hotel’s three swimming pools, including the children’s pool, as well as the sauna and fitness center. The full option of the package includes all of the benefits of the “Fun” option, plus a dinner for two adults.
The Wooden Playground and the Nintendo Play Zone are special play areas.
The Wooden Playground is filled with a variety of play equipment -- all made of environmentally-friendly materials -- such as a ball pool, a slide, wood blocks and other edutainment toys. The Nintendo Play Zone is a game room where adults and children can enjoy a variety of Nintendo Wii and DS games, including winter sports games such as skiing and boarding.
Guests can also enjoy the Snow Garden located on the second floor. Filled with artificial snow, Snow Garden offers guests a chance to play in the snow even when it is not snowing. The I Love Trees package will be offered until Feb. 13, 2016.
The Fun option starts from 240,000 won, while the Full option starts from 360,000 won.
For more details, call (032) 745-1234, or visit Incheon.grand.hyatt.com.
By Park Hyong-ki (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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