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Hotel Lobby

By Jun Ji-hye

Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas presents weekend autumn brunch


The Lobby Lounge located on the first floor of Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas in Seoul is presenting weekend brunch prepared using autumn's most notable seasonal ingredients, including humpback prawns, scallops and figs.

One of the best spaces in the hotel, The Lobby Lounge offers a private and comfortable brunch experience thanks to the high ceiling and wide spaces between tables in consideration of social distancing.

Beginning with apple lime kombucha as a welcome drink, the French cuisine-inspired brunch is presented in six-courses: a scallop appetizer; French-style pastry truffle mushroom soup; seasonal autumn fruit salad prepared with apple, chestnut, and walnut; roasted humpback prawn; beef tenderloin; and fig pavlova with pomegranate sorbet.

The brunch can be paired with eco-friendly champagne Drappier Blanc, made using an ecological method that produces minimal sulfur dioxide.

The autumn brunch menu of The Lobby Lounge is available until Nov. 29 on the weekends from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at 79,000 won ($69) per person.

Andaz Seoul Gangnam presents 'Spanish Bubble 'N Bites' promotion


Andaz Seoul Gangnam, a lifestyle hotel brand of Hyatt International, is presenting the "Spanish Bubble 'N Bites" promotion, where guests can enjoy canape-style Spanish food and unlimited beverages from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. every day at Jogakbo Long House on the second floor.

The promotion that runs until Nov. 30 features free flowing wines including sparkling, white and red, and small canapes; all at the reasonable price of 55,000 won.

During the autumn season, a variety of six to seven types of tapas such as crostini, small pieces of roasted bread with white anchovies; ciabatta with Spanish jamon and mashed tomatoes; gambas, one of the most popular tapas in Spain; Spanish meatballs and churros will be served directly to the guests' individual tables.

Sangria will also be prepared.

InterContinental Seoul COEX offers special Halloween dessert


With a few days to go before Halloween, InterContinental Seoul COEX is offering a special Halloween dessert to guests until Oct. 31 as part of the "Friends Night Out" package.

This package provides a night of chef-prepared food and wine in a corner suite in Gangnam. Now people can hold a safe in-room party with food, wine and desserts ― all you need for a fun Halloween with the right group of people.

The package introduced last April includes a range of chef-prepared dishes and specially selected wine so guests can enjoy a safe and exuberant night with friends. It has become a popular deal among guests in their 20s or 30s with more than 120 rooms reserved per month on average.

The club corner suite in this special offer is a 76-square-meter suite that has a living room separate from the bedroom, enough to comfortably fit three to four adults at a time. There is only one club corner suite available per floor.

This package includes six types of dishes perfect for in-room parties for three, two bottles of red wine and an extra bed free-of-charge for relaxation after a fun evening. It is good value for both the Halloween season and year-end parties.

The package is available until the end of November, and the special dessert for Halloween will be served until the end of the month.

This package is offered at 350,000 won for weekdays (Sunday to Thursday) and 450,000 for weekends (Friday and Saturday).


By Jun Ji-hye

Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas presents weekend autumn brunch


The Lobby Lounge located on the first floor of Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas in Seoul is presenting weekend brunch prepared using autumn's most notable seasonal ingredients, including humpback prawns, scallops and figs.

One of the best spaces in the hotel, The Lobby Lounge offers a private and comfortable brunch experience thanks to the high ceiling and wide spaces between tables in consideration of social distancing.

Beginning with apple lime kombucha as a welcome drink, the French cuisine-inspired brunch is presented in six-courses: a scallop appetizer; French-style pastry truffle mushroom soup; seasonal autumn fruit salad prepared with apple, chestnut, and walnut; roasted humpback prawn; beef tenderloin; and fig pavlova with pomegranate sorbet.

The brunch can be paired with eco-friendly champagne Drappier Blanc, made using an ecological method that produces minimal sulfur dioxide.

The autumn brunch menu of The Lobby Lounge is available until Nov. 29 on the weekends from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at 79,000 won ($69) per person.

Andaz Seoul Gangnam presents 'Spanish Bubble 'N Bites' promotion


Andaz Seoul Gangnam, a lifestyle hotel brand of Hyatt International, is presenting the "Spanish Bubble 'N Bites" promotion, where guests can enjoy canape-style Spanish food and unlimited beverages from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. every day at Jogakbo Long House on the second floor.

The promotion that runs until Nov. 30 features free flowing wines including sparkling, white and red, and small canapes; all at the reasonable price of 55,000 won.

During the autumn season, a variety of six to seven types of tapas such as crostini, small pieces of roasted bread with white anchovies; ciabatta with Spanish jamon and mashed tomatoes; gambas, one of the most popular tapas in Spain; Spanish meatballs and churros will be served directly to the guests' individual tables.

Sangria will also be prepared.

InterContinental Seoul COEX offers special Halloween dessert


With a few days to go before Halloween, InterContinental Seoul COEX is offering a special Halloween dessert to guests until Oct. 31 as part of the "Friends Night Out" package.

This package provides a night of chef-prepared food and wine in a corner suite in Gangnam. Now people can hold a safe in-room party with food, wine and desserts ― all you need for a fun Halloween with the right group of people.

The package introduced last April includes a range of chef-prepared dishes and specially selected wine so guests can enjoy a safe and exuberant night with friends. It has become a popular deal among guests in their 20s or 30s with more than 120 rooms reserved per month on average.

The club corner suite in this special offer is a 76-square-meter suite that has a living room separate from the bedroom, enough to comfortably fit three to four adults at a time. There is only one club corner suite available per floor.

This package includes six types of dishes perfect for in-room parties for three, two bottles of red wine and an extra bed free-of-charge for relaxation after a fun evening. It is good value for both the Halloween season and year-end parties.

The package is available until the end of November, and the special dessert for Halloween will be served until the end of the month.

This package is offered at 350,000 won for weekdays (Sunday to Thursday) and 450,000 for weekends (Friday and Saturday).


Jun Ji-hye jjh@koreatimes.co.kr


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