Thirayuth Chirathivat (3rd right in photo), the new Chief Executive Officer of Centara Hotels & Resorts, recently presided over a cocktail party to welcome leading members of the travel industry and extend cooperation among travel agents all over the world, who attended the recent Thailand Travel Mart Plus 2012.
Organized by Chris Bailey (2nd right), Senior Vice President for Sales and Marketing at Centara Hotels & Resorts, the event was attended by Suphachai Tangvorachai (2nd left), Executive Vice President for Engineering, the Telephone Organization of Thailand Public Company Limited (TOT); Dr. Suwat Sidthilaw (3rd left), Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Of Tourism and Sports; and Tommy Serban (far right), TUI Nordic. The reception was held at Red Sky Bar, Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld.
Photo shows from left to right:
- Jurairat Mongkolwongsiri, Group Director of Sales, Centara Hotels & Resorts
- Suphachai Tangvorachai
- Dr. Suwat Sidthilaw
- Thirayuth Chirathivat
- Chris Bailey
- Tommy Serban
Centara Hotels & Resorts is Thailand's leading operator of hotels, with 37 deluxe and first-class properties covering all the major tourist destinations in the Kingdom. A further 17 resorts in the Maldives; Philippines; Vietnam; Bali, Indonesia; Sri Lanka; and Mauritius Indian Ocean, brings the present total to 54 properties. Brands and properties within Centara ensure that specific categories such as couples, families, individuals, and meetings and incentives groups will all find a hotel or resort that is appropriate to their needs.
Centara operates 25 branches of Spa Cenvaree, one of Thailand's most luxurious and innovative spa brands, together with its newly-launched value brand Cense by Spa Cenvaree, which provides core spa services for busy travelers. The company's Kids' Club is available at all the family-friendly resorts to ensure that the youngsters and teens are taken care of. Centara Hotels & Resorts also operates 2 state-of-the-art convention centers in Bangkok, and 2 in northeastern Thailand, 1 being located in Udon Thani and the other in Khon Kaen.