|Park Hyatt Seoul offers the "Experience More" package to celebrate its reopening scheduled for June 9, after the temporary shutdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic. / Courtesy of Park Hyatt Seoul|
By Jun Ji-hye
Park Hyatt Seoul is presenting the "Experience More" package, a celebratory promotion to mark the hotel's official reopening on June 9.
Park Hyatt Seoul was shut down temporarily, March 27, to ensure the health and safety of guests and associates, following a visit by a guest confirmed to have COVID-19.
The Experience More package features a relaxing breakfast for two served in-room, a room upgrade and a Park Hyatt Seoul signature teddy bear, all at the lowest available room rate.
A unique gift of a children's bath robe will also be offered to guests staying with children.
Package guests can enjoy complimentary use of the hotel swimming pool and fitness studio.
Park Hyatt Seoul's stunning indoor infinity pool is located on the uppermost 24th floor of the hotel, offering captivating views of the city.
At sunset, the pool is bathed in a red evening glow, conjuring a dreamlike ambience of deep tranquility and relaxation.
The Experience More package offers luxury escape and relaxation, complemented by the irresistible indulgence of a room service breakfast.
A choice of five different breakfast sets is available, including Korean, Western and "healthy."
The fitness breakfast features detox juice, seasonal fruit and Greek yoghurt topped with organic honey and granola, presenting a light yet highly nourishing start to the day for guests wishing to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Even greater luxury comes courtesy of a complimentary one-tier room upgrade with every reservation, applicable up to the city view deluxe level.
A gift of one Park Hyatt Seoul signature "Parker" teddy bear is offered per stay.
The package is priced from 283,500 won ($231).
"We will continue to follow the strict hygiene and sterilization guidelines introduced at the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, including the wearing of masks by all associates, hourly sterilization and temperature checks, complemented by further enhanced hygiene measures," a Park Hyatt Seoul official said.