Friday, 8 June 2018

THAILAND: Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa, Merlin Beach Is A MICE Gem

Thailand is one of the leading players when it comes to meetings and events with an almost overwhelming range of hotels and conventions centres to choose from, especially in Bangkok.

Now those MICE options have grown even wider with the introduction of Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa, Merlin Beach’s new meeting spaces.

Fully embracing Marriott’s concept of Meetings Imagined, which empowers meeting planners and MICE specialists with inspiring and creative ways to organize events, Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa, Merlin Beach’s latest offerings.

These include its refurbished meeting spaces – the 573 sqm Merlin Grand Ballroom with a maximum capacity of 600, as well as the adaptable Vanda Room at 84sqm.

The property also features the Beach Lawn, a beachside venue overlooking the Andaman Sea.

Trevor May, general manager of the hotel said: The resort is going through a transformation when Marriott International entered into a new management agreement in December 2016.

We offer Marriott International’s innovation in technology, spaces and service while localising these experiences to reflect Thai culture, Trevor May said.

We work with organizers to discover the essence of great events and execute them in a way that resonate with their clients, he added.

Trevor May went on to say: At Marriott, meetings are people-inspired and Marriott delivered. The resort’s professional events team work one-on-one with planners to identify their meeting purpose, business background and how to integrate those concepts into a smooth and stunning event.

To take advantage of all the features and benefits, Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa, Merlin Beach is running Marriott International’s Power of Three campaign.

These make planning an event even more attractive with a 5% discount on master bedrooms, complimentary internet in meeting rooms as well triple Marriott Reward points and a whole lot more.

As long as you make reservations by 15 September 2018 for meetings or events happening until 30 September 2018.

Tourism Observer

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