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Banyan Tree Opens Ice Rink in Seoul

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The Banyan Tree Club & Spa Seoul has opened an ice rink for guests, and to celebrate is offering a Winter Romance promotion until the end of February, 2011.

The promotion includes breakfast and free tickets to the ice rink including skate rental per one-night stay. Guests who stay two nights will be offered additional ice rink tickets and set lunch at Granum Dining Lounge. Additional two tickets of 90-minutes spa treatment will be provided to guests who stay three nights.

Overlooking the picturesque Mt. Namsan and located in the middle of Seoul city, access to and from downtown Seoul is easy. The Ice Rink in Banyan Tree Club & Spa Seoul is open exclusively for hotel guests and Club members only. With views of mountains and the city, guests can enjoy this natural and scenic environment from right in the middle of the city.

The special package offers guests the chance to enjoy romance and entertainment in the Ice Rink, and an unforgettable experience in the romantic in-room relaxation pool of the Banyan Tree Club & Spa Seoul. Package starts from KRW 486,000 + VAT.

Ice Rink and Snow Sleds

When winter arrives in Seoul, the outdoor swimming pool transforms into an ice rink and snow-sledding field. The ice rink is open from 11:00 to 20:00 from Sunday to Wednesday and 11:00 to 21:00 from Thursday to Saturday and public holidays.

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