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Paradise Hotel Busan offers Thanksgiving Holiday Package
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Paradise Hotel Busan offers Thanksgiving Holiday Package
  • By matthew
  • September 4, 2015, 06:45
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An evening shot of the Paradise Hotel Busan.
An evening shot of the Paradise Hotel Busan.

 

Sept. brings us crisp autumn air, sights of colorful landscapes, and Chuseok, or the Thanksgiving holidays. Chuseok is a time when families and friends get together to share food and enjoy their time together. The Paradise Hotel has planned two Thanksgiving holiday packages that help you make the most of your precious family vacations and suit the thanksgiving spirit from Sept. 26 to 28. Both A and B packages are designed for two people.

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Package B features one night at a deluxe room in the newly-renovated building and a breakfast buffet, light snacks in the afternoon, and some alcoholic beverages during the evening happy hour. The deal also comes with a day pass for the lounge, where guests can relax and unwind in the inviting atmosphere, which offers an ideal sanctuary with all-day menus.

Both Packages A and B feature access to many of the hotel’s amenities and varied activities. Some cater to family fun, while others promote rejuvenating and pampering treatments for adults and couples. The hotel has planned programs that help guests to make the most of their precious family vacation by participating in fun folk games like kite flying, ttakji-chigi, a traditional Korean game played with folded paper, and a marble game. If one prefers the spa treatment, the “Thann” aroma spa ocean offers a sanctuary where one can relax and let the pressures of work melt away in the luxurious open air of a hot spring. The open-air hot spring named Cimer on the fourth floor is the number one destination for those who want to enjoy a seaside view while relaxing outside in the tub. Bordering Haeundae Beach, the hot spring has a gorgeous view of the ocean.

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Both packages are priced at 290,000 won (US$243), which doesn't include voluntary service fees.