Sheraton Incheon Hotel
Winner of the Leader of the Year award for the Korea-Japan-Guam region, Richard Suter is now the new general manager of the Sheraton Incheon Hotel. The Swiss Hotelier's career in hospitality spans 24 years across seven different countries including his homeland, Thailand, Indonesia and Hong Kong. He left his last position as general manager at the Westin Miyako Kyoto in Japan to come here.
Suter has been recognized as the industry leader especially for community initiatives and personnel management skills.
"Sheraton brand will be celebrating its 75th anniversary this coming September and to be a part of the great milestone, Sheraton Incheon Hotel will continue to establish ourselves as the best business hotel with the highest quality customer service", he said.
Grand Hilton Seoul
In celebration of the traditional German festival, Grand Hilton Seoul presents the Oktoberfest package to be held at the hotel's convention center on Sept. 8.
The package includes a one-night stay at a deluxe room or a two-bedroom suite, two tickets to Oktoberfest, breakfast buffet for two and free use of the swimming pool and gym. Guests can attend the German beer party throughout the night and conveniently take a rest at a comfortable room until the next morning.
Unlimited Paulaner beer, traditional German dishes, dance sessions, games and lucky draws will take place during the one-night event. For more information, call 02-2287-8400.
Grand Hyatt Seoul
Cool down with a delicious selection of refreshing ice-cream cakes offered at the Deli at the Grand Hyatt Seoul through the end of August.
Prepared by head chef Beat Loeffel, the ice cream delicacies will be available in a variety of summer flavors including mango cake filled with mango macaroons; vanilla strawberry cake topped with crunchy strawberry jelly; and caramel nut cake made with caramelized nuts and caramel ice cream. Prices start from 28,000 won. For more information, call 02-799-8167.
Millennium Seoul Hilton
Cilantro, Millennium Seoul Hilton's Mediterranean all-day dining restaurant, will offer exotic Asian specialties from Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and India for the month of September.
The restaurant's buffet will feature a variety of Asian dishes made using exotic spices and seasonings mixed with lush local ingredients. Some highlights include chili crab from Singapore, tom yam kung from Thailand and pata humba of the Philippines.
The lunch buffet is priced at 51,000 won for adults and 30,600 won for children under 12, while dinner costs 55,000 won for adults and 33,000 won for children. For more information, call 02-317-3062.
Imperial Palace Seoul
Imperial Palace Seoul's Chinese restaurant, Cheonsan, is presenting a traditional Chinese course menu for a limited time, prepared using the recipes by a chef from Haiqing Hotel in Qingdao, its sister hotel.
In the seven-course meal, set A features jellyfish dish, fried green bean sprouts and vermicelli, scallops and bacon with mayonnaise sauce, bean curd with black bean sauce, braised port and Zha cai and fried rice or noodle. It costs 60,000 won.
Set B includes soup with shrimp and vegetables, braised spiny turban shell and celery, fried shrimp with orange cream sauce, bean curd with brown sauce, and braised pork belly in oyster sauce. The price is 75,000 won. For more information, call 02-3440-8000.
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