W Seoul-Walkerhill introduces a new spa treatment program, “Color the Scent ― Perfume Spa @AWAY.”
The treatment is designed to discover the balance of body and soul through color, scent, touch and light. The energy color test, using gemstones, will help guests find the energy and color they lack, and the color will be replenished and restored through appropriate spa perfumes, lighting and massage method.
The customized treatment is 90 minutes, including the gemstone energy test, a back massage and gemstone facial therapy. It will be offered through the end of June for 220,000 won. For more information, call 02-2022-0450.
Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel presents a spring package through May 31.
Besides a one-night stay in a deluxe room, guests can enjoy a picnic at a nearby park or along the Han River by renting bicycles and helmets from the hotel. A picnic lunchbox for two featuring gimbap (seaweed roll with rice and assorted vegetable), panini, fruit, crackers and juice is available along with the rental.
Free access to the swimming pool and fitness center is included. The package is priced at 250,000 won. For more information, call 02-2211-2100.
Renaissance Seoul Hotel
At Trevi Lounge in the Renaissance Seoul Hotel, guests can get groovy during the Jazz & Disco Evening every Wednesday and Friday.
With the new band Keepers, the lounge offers live music performances along with snacks. On Wednesdays from 8 p.m., rhythmical soul and jazz music will be performed as a backdrop to enjoy the Caesar salad, spicy herb shrimps, grilled beef ribs and tomato quesadilla, while catchy 1970s and ‘80s disco is presented on Fridays along with beef sliders, fried prawns, sweet potato chips, California rolls and lobster cocktails.
The price of the snack menu starts from 29,000 won. Wine or beer is also offered at reasonable prices. For more information, call 02-2222-8627.
Hyatt Regency Jeju
Flavorful spring greens and fresh fish from Jeju Island are presented at the Hyatt Regency Jeju’s Terrace Cafe.
The six-course Korean Spring Greens menu features Jeju canola salad with “halabong” tangerines; seasoned spring “namul” with seafood and soba; assorted namul bibimbap with bean paste; broiled mero fish and yam mugwort; clam bean paste soup; and strawberry and Japanese apricot.
The menu is available for 45,000 won until April 30. For more information, call 064-733-1234.
Chef Qin Shuangshuang from Macao Venetian has been invited by the Plaza’s Chinese restaurant Taoyuen to offer the opportunity to experience handmade dim sum and other various Guangdong-style dishes through April 30.
The chef will prepare Jeju beef with sugar snap and spicy black bean sauce; live lobster and stir-fried fresh asparagus; and three kinds of Guangdong dim sum. Diners who order a bottle of Zhuge Niang, a Chinese liquor, will get a complimentary mini-sized bottle.
Lunch is priced at 130,000 won and dinner 145,000 won. For more information, call 02-310-7300.