– a new paradigm with the concept of an ‘Urban Lifestyle Resort’ that utilizes the advantages of both hotels and resorts
– 10 minutes from Incheon Airport, and a beach resort where you can enjoy the West Sea and sunset
– Facilities such as a waterpark, pet park, blacklight minigolf, walking trail, rooftop, banquet, event halls, etc.
THE WEEK& Resort is an ‘Urban Lifestyle Resort,’ located in Eulwang-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon, where you can feel the luxury of a hotel and the comfort of a resort at the same time. It is located 10 minutes away from Incheon Airport with excellent accessibility.
THE WEEK& was named with the intention of filling each day with unique and energetic moments from Monday through Sunday. From the serene scenery of adjacent mountains to the beautiful stretch of the vast West Sea, blowing a light onshore breeze in your hair and on your skin, greeting you with the mesmerizing sunset over the horizon. You can feel the four elements of life—water, fire, earth, and wind—with your whole body. With the philosophy of these 4 elements, THE WEEK& incorporated nature-like colors and designs throughout the resort.
Customized rooms for various needs and tastes of guests
The 183 rooms consisted of a total of 15 different types so that guests can select in various ways according to age, number, and taste of guests. THE WEEK& proudly introduces “Urban Maru” inspired by the Korean cold floor, “Family Small” with a cute kid’s tent, “The Terrace Suite” pet-friendly rooms, “The House Suite” reminiscent of a two-story house in a fairy tale, and “VIP Suite” with panoramic ocean views. In addition, more than 90% of the rooms will add a special touch to your trip with the open sea and beautiful sunset views.
Meanwhile, as Korea’s first fair trade certified accommodation company, THE WEEK& Resort provides refillable vegan amenities and organic fair-trade towels that have not been tested on animals in all rooms to minimize the impact on the Earth.
Restaurant & Bar with the fusion of East and West with perfect wine pairing
The restaurant ‘WE CAN DINE’ presents fusion cuisine that reinterprets recipes from Asia, Europe, and the Americas with the creative sense of THE WEEK& chef team, including a chef from a Michelin-star restaurant in the UK. The signature menu items include ‘Korean Chamnamul Octopus Pasta’ with a combination of savory Chamnamul and soft octopus, and ‘Pork Wing Rib Milanese’, an Argentinian-style cutlet that combines the tastes of the East and the West flavors with the additional coriander and oriental sauce. In addition, vegetarian and children’s menus are available as well as a variety of brunch menus with freshly baked goods, sandwiches, and paninis.
At the ‘WE CAN BAR’ with a sensuous interior and music, you can enjoy a wine list carefully selected through blind tastings, craft beers ‘Eulwang Lager’ and ‘L for Lemon’, and seasonal cocktails presented by the resort.
‘All-in-one’ Resort, which offers everything from relaxation to entertainment
From B2 to 10th Floors above ground, has various facilities such as a waterpark, and blacklight mini golf. Kid’s playroom, pet park, walking trail, rooftop, banquet, and event halls, as well as rooms and restaurants. THE WEEK& Fun Zone not only has the “Aquaventure,” a waterpark where guests can enjoy thrilling slides, water pools, outdoor swimming pools, and saunas with artworks that contain the resort’s philosophy of four elements of life and five continents but also Korea’s first blacklight minigolf “Glowputt” which is loved by all customers of all ages.
In addition, it has a “pet park” for pets to play and run freely, “Mountain of Life”, a promenade that encompasses the sea and mountains, and “Rooftop”, the best sunset spot where you can overlook Eurwang-ri and Wangsan beach. THE WEEK& provides many different facilities such as a boutique multi-function event room, that can be customized for corporate events, family banquets, small weddings, a barbeque garden, and a fitness center.
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