Dragon Hill Lodge
July 20, 2019 5:50am

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Korea

Stay and Dine

Seoul in the Spring is a special time of year. Put on a light jacket and head out for a great time exploring the city.  Enjoy the scents of blooming flowers at one of the many ubiquitous parks in Seoul as a return to warmer weather takes hold!

Reserve now for select dates through May and get $100 dining credit during a three night leisure stay or longer. Start your day at our award-winning breakfast buffet at Greenstreet, where you can fuel up before your day of adventure! Or enjoy a beautiful sit down full-service meal at Sables and taste a perfectly prepared Lobster.  Just sign it to your room and the dining credit will take care of the meal. It's that easy. It's that affordable. 

Our resort-style accommodation offers everything you need to keep busy or kick back and relax as you see fit, including a health center, Discover Seoul Tour and Ticket Desk, wealth of dining options, and much more. 

Package includes the following:

  • Three night consecutive stay required at regular rates
  • $100 dining credit valid during your stay (see below for details)

Offer valid from April 1 -  May 31, 2019 with the following blackout dates:

  • 5-13 April 2019
  • 24-26 May 2019

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Email or call DSN: 738-2222, or (82-2) 7918-2222 if you’re calling from outside South Korea.   

 

Email or call DSN: 738-2222, or (82-2) 7918-2222 if you’re calling from outside South Korea.  

  • Subject to availability -- Not applicable for TDY / TAD / PCS / Official Travel
  • Offer not valid for groups of five (5) or more rooms
  • Dining Credit can be applied to DHL F&B outlets only (Greenstreet, Sables, Deli, Sundaes, Bentleys)
  • No cash value for dining credit not fully utilized (credit cannot be applied to Room Bill)
  • Not valid for AAFES Shoppette, Pizza Hut, or Subway
  • Not to be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer
  • Management reserves all rights to change or discontinue offer at any time without notice
  • Additional rules may apply