It was a freezing Sunday evening. Two weeks ago, Hubby and I visited Grand Hyatt Seoul for our weekend bonding. Hotel restaurants are usually fully-booked from December to January, but we were so lucky to get a table as one group cancelled their reservation. We had a delightful dinner at The Terrace with a magnificent view of Seoul and enjoyed live music along with a perfect selection of delights at The Gallery to cap the weekend off.
Here are some random snaps..
Hubby (referring to the performers): Yeobo, I think they’re Filipinos.
Me: I think so, too.
Hubby: How did you know?
Me: Of course the best singers are from the Philippines. Ako lang ang yabag. :-p
The Terrace Weekend Dinner:
- Adult – KRW 112,000
- Child – KRW 56,000
- Dessert: KRW30,000 per person
- Tapas: KRW30,000 per person
- Dessert & Tapas: KRW50,000 per person
Grand Hyatt Seoul operates a 24-hour automated parking system. Obtain a parking validation ticket from the hotel outlet you are visiting before exiting the parking area. Valet and self-service parking are available to in-house guests for a charge.
Parking charges for in-house guests:
- One-day self service parking: KRW10,000
- One-time valet parking service: KRW15,000
- Within 10 minutes: Free of charge
- Within 30 minutes: KRW 3,000
- After 30 minutes: KRW 1,000 per 10 minutes
- 1 Day: Maximum KRW 50,000
- Valet Parking: KRW 25,000
How to get there by subway: Take Seoul subway line 6 and get off at Hanganjin station. Walk to Exit 2 and take the bus #405.
Hubby and I had a wonderful time at Grand Hyatt Seoul. It was already our third time dining at The Terrace and the food selection got so much better than before, but I enjoyed the live music at The Gallery the most. I’ll definitely go back to try their afternoon tea buffet.
Thank you for dropping by!