Hotel briefs

Park Hyatt Busan’s lounge presents five dessert cocktails and affogato as part of its spring celebration until May 31.

The cocktails include the Espresso Martini, a classic cocktail made with the hotel’s handcrafted ice cream, Chocolate Martini made with vanilla vodka, Pink Fizzy with flavor of grapefruit, My Sweet Orange with Earl Grey tea and orange marmalade and the Spanish-inspired Black Latte with creamy bubbles and condensed milk. French fries, assorted cheeses and pizza will be served on the side.

The cocktails will be served between 10 p.m. and midnight, with one costing from 10,000 won and snacks from 10,000 won. For more information and reservations, call (051) 990-1300.

The Westin Chosun is opening a new deli shop, Chosun Deli, just on Thursday. The shop features 103 kinds of pastries, breads, sandwiches and other items. The focus will be on small-portion bread and pastries, including a mini cake for one person. The shop offers gifts to guests who purchase goods for more than 30,000 won every Thursday. Visit for more information.

Imperial Palace Seoul Hotel’s Café Delmar at the lobby now also serves food for guests. It’s been so far a cafe, serving only drinks and pastries.

Twenty-five dishes are available, including, seafood soba salad, grilled calamari & artichoke salad, abalone tteokbokki, spicy seafood pasta, gourmet hamburger steak and special jambon salad.

Call (02)3440-8000 or visit for more information.

Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel is presenting “Berry Berry Spring Package” until May 31.

The package includes a one-night stay at one of the hotel rooms, breakfast for two at the signature restaurant Feast, in-room service of the hotel’s seven most famous strawberry desserts, and access to the swimming pool and gym. The package costs 250,000 won excluding tax and service fees.

The Ascott Limited, a Singapore-based service residence operator, has opened a new property in Jeju Island?s new resort, Shinwha World, March 25.
Somerset Jeju Shinwha World have 344 units adjacent to a theme park, a water park, gaming facilities, high-end retail outlets and a K-pop entertainment town.
It takes 40 minutes from the Jeju International Airport to the property.
The company also operates Somerset Palace in Anguk-dong, Seoul, overlooking Gyeongbok Palace.
Call (064) 908-8800 or visit for reservations and information.

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