Westin Chosun Seoul hosts a special Children’s Day Party with the Power Rangers starting on May 5, Children’s Day, until May 7.
The hotel’s buffet restaurant Aria and Chinese restaurant Hong Yuan will be transformed into the world of the Power Rangers. The characters of the popular children’s TV series will pay a surprise visit to the restaurants to give live performances as well as pose for photos with the young guests. A nutritious Power Ranger’s menu and character gifts are part of the event. It is priced at 80,000 won for adults, 50,000 won for children and 30,000 won for children under the age of six. For more information, call 02-771-0500.
Lotte Hotel proudly presents the opening of the Hotel Museum on the first floor of the Lotte Hotel Seoul, carrying on the heritage of the Bando Hotel, which opened in April 1938 and was Korea’s first commercial hotel.
The museum is comprised of the Lotte Zone and the History Zone. The Lotte Zone shows the development of the Lotte Hotel from its start, including the privatization of the Bando Hotel, the origin of the Lotte brand, past VIP guests and hallyu marketing. The History Zone highlights the background and development of modern hotels, offering an academic learning opportunity of the industry.
Admission is free and opening hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information, call 02-771-1000.
Grand Hilton Seoul presents Pink Ladies Packages through June 17. The package offers one-night stays in three- or four-bedroom units at the Grand Suite and a fridge stocked with party supplies, such as red wine, Asahi beef, soft drinks and snacks, along with a complementary Alpine Deli cake coupon.
Lady guests can also wear specially prepared makeup from VOV Aura Glam Eyes provided by the hotel and enjoy a party at the hotel’s Babalu nightclub, where they can enjoy a set menu worth 100,000 won. For more information, call 02-2287-8400.
JW Marriott Seoul’s Cafe@JW will offer vegetarian meals prepared by temple food specialists on May 10 and 11 in honor of Buddha’s Birthday. The hotel’s chefs will replicate the monastic dining experience until May 24.
Bibimbap with spring vegetables will be served with lotus leaf rice, mushrooms and burdock leaf rice or tofu rice. Four kinds of porridge, three soups including “doenjangguk,” and entrees such as “japchae” and potatoes and mushroom seasoned with herbs will also be included.
The price is 50,000 won for the weekday lunch buffet and 52,000 won on weekends and holidays. Dinner is 58,000 won. For more information, call 02-6282-6731.
Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas’ Lobby Lounge presents a relaxing Afternoon Tea Buffet on Saturdays and Sundays starting May 7. Guests can enjoy an unlimited choice of coffee or tea and 14 kinds of desserts, including traditional Korean sweets, pies, scones with jam and whipped cream, plum tarts, almond cakes, and a selection of sandwiches. Featured teas include traditional varieties such as ginger, ginseng and jujube, as well as popular herbal flavors including chamomile and jasmine.
The buffet is offered between 11:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. at 27,000 won. For more information, call 02-559-7603.