As Korea relaxes its COVID restrictions, hotels like the Four Seasons are continually adapting to the needs of their customers. During COVID, the hotel’s focus switched from international travelers to domestic. This meant perfecting the staycation experience.
The Four Seasons has tailored packages to the various needs. Pet-friendliness, family-centric, rowdy party time or a quiet, romantic weekend with loved ones, they have packages for all.
Michael Cho, Four Seasons Seoul Hotel Manager also lets us know about the changing face of fine dining at the Four Seasons. The Oul bar is coming soon. As Korean traditional drinks gain popularity both at home and abroad, the Four Seasons is paying homage with the Oul bar. It pays homage to the ever-changing identity of after-hours Seoul. This late-night contemporary bar is an artful exploration of the city’s traditional history, the turn of the century, and of today and beyond, where Korean specialties and seasonal drinks are served alongside bar bites crafted by world-class chefs.
Alex and Michael also talk about the Four Seasons commitment to superior service with the dedicated team of hospitality professionals adapting to the needs of each guest as an individual.