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April 29, 2011 - 18:45 By Oh Kyu-wook
Lotte Hotel Seoul

The hotel’s restaurant Peninsula offers a special cake baking class on Children’s Day from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Participants can take part in the cake-baking experience and also enjoy a lunch buffet. Children will also receive a Children’s Day gift. A variety of activities, such as face-painting, caricature-drawing and magic shows will be offered. The fee is 300,000 won for a family of four. The fee is 100,000 won for adults and 70,000 won for children. For more information, call (02) 3117-7121. 

Seoul Palace Hotel

The hotel’s restaurant The Goong will hold a special cooking experience corner, where children can make spaghetti, sandwiches and more on their own with its chef. The program has specially designed menus for children including cheese California roll, mini burger, pumpkin rice, seafood risotto and also a chocolate tower for them to make their own favorite chocolate desserts. Children under age 5 are free of charge, and one child per family of four or more will be welcomed with free entry. For more details, call (02) 2186-6885.

The Ritz-Carlton, Seoul

European restaurant the Garden is to offer its new outdoor dining menus, presented by Australian chef Chris Taylor in May. Six different types of full course menus are available in May at dinner time. The price for the BBQ set menu is 85,000 won (10 percent VAT and 10 percent service charge will be added). A BBQ Sunday brunch, priced at 65,000 won, will be available from 11-2.30 p.m. For more details, call (02) 3451-8271.

Novotel Ambassador Gangnam

The hotel’s bar Gran*A offers a special Golden Time event from 9 p.m. through midnight in May. At 9:40 p.m., 10:40 p.m. and 11:40 p.m. every night, the Golden Time event offers 1+1 on Heineken, Guinness or draft beer, 30 percent off a bottle of whiskey or a whiskey upgrade and also 30 percent off the snack menu and cocktails. All menus are selected by the Michelin starred chef. Apple mint plant is given to all guests with an online reservation. For more information, call Gran*A at (02)531-6868.

Grand Intercontinental Seoul

The hotel offers an afternoon tea buffet at its lobby lounge, starting from May 7. All the arrays of desserts, including a Korean traditional sweets set and a variety of pies such as scone with jam and whipped cream, plum tart, almond cake, cherry pie as well as selections of healthy sandwiches, will be prepared. Teas include traditional teas such as ginger, ginseng, jujube, ssanghwa tea as well as popular herb teas like chamomile and jasmine. The buffet is available from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at 27,000 won. For more information, call (02)-559-7603.

Sheraton Grande Walkerhill

The hotel offers a special package for Parents’ Day. The Flower package includes a one-night stay in a deluxe room, a breakfast buffet at the restaurant, The View, along with two tickets to its show “Legend of Flower.” The package is available from 252,000 won, excluding tax and service charges. The Legend I package also includes a one-night stay in a deluxe room, a breakfast buffet at The View, and two tickets to the show, plus a Western or Korean style dinner. The package is available from 328,000 won. For more information, call (02) 2022-0000.