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Discover "Rewarding Events" at the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel

Bangkok Business District Hotel Rewards Meeting and Event Planners With Special Promotion

BANGKOK, THAILAND -- (Marketwired) -- 07/03/14 -- Featuring five-star accommodations and nearly 20,000 square feet of luxury meeting space high above Bangkok's finest shopping and dining district, the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel is a premier destination for unforgettable meetings and spectacular events. And now, the property's "Rewarding Events" promotion presents meeting planners with additional incentives to book their meeting rooms at this Bangkok business hotel.

Through December 31, 2014, meeting planners who spend THB. 250,000++ at the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel will be rewarded with a one-night stay in a Deluxe Room or THB. 3,000 toward food and beverages or spa treatments. Planners who spend THB. 350,000++ receive these rewards, plus a complimentary meeting or event room set-up and a 5 percent discount on a second event. Booking an event at this business hotel also earns planners double "Rewarding Events" points toward functions until October 31, 2014*.

Additionally, when confirming a group meeting with 30-74 room nights, meeting planners enjoy two of many rewards options, including the following (planners who book more than 75 nights benefit from three exciting rewards options*):

  • 5 percent rebate from master bill on weekdays and 10 percent rebate on weekends (Friday through Sunday)**
  • 1 free room for every 10 paid rooms (up to 10 free rooms during group stay dates)
  • 3 complimentary suite upgrades
  • Triple Marriott Reward Points for a maximum of 50,000 per group
  • Many more fantastic rewards

This hotel in the heart of the Ratchaprasong district offers a luxurious and professional setting for a successful gathering, with 15 magnificently appointed Bangkok meeting rooms, 13 breakout meeting rooms and the stunning Royal Maneeya Ballroom, which easily seats up to 800 guests. Paired with exceptional on-site dining, rejuvenating spa treatments, unparalleled service and a front-row-seat to Bangkok's distinct culture and vitality, the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel is uniquely positioned to meet the needs of every guest.

When booking a group stay at the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel, meeting planners can be confident that guests will enjoy the comforts and amenities of this luxurious business hotel at a reasonable price.

Rates start at THB. 3,600++ per person per night, which includes a substantial breakfast for up to two guests. Full-day meeting packages start at the reasonable price of THB. 1,150++ per person per day while half-day meeting packages start at a mere THB. 950++ per person per day. Dinner meetings start as low as THB. 800++ per person.

*Subject to availability and terms and conditions apply.
** For any group booked November 1, 2014 or later, contract must be signed by September 30, 2014.

Book now on t. +66 2 125 5060 or at www.renaissancebangkok.com

About the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel
The Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel sets the standard for guests seeking luxury and service in a magnificent destination. As one of the finest choices among Bangkok business hotels near the city's famous Erawan Shrine, the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel treats guests to stunning views from comfortable rooms featuring sumptuous bedding, stylish decor, warm lighting and premium furnishings. In addition to exceptional in-room amenities, the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel also offers guests its pampering Quan Spa, club-quality fitness facility, refreshing indoor pool and full-service business center, as well as an eclectic array of on-site dining options. The property's convenient location in Siam Square is ideal for exploring authentic local goods at the Chatuchak Weekend Market or upscale shopping at Gaysorn, Zen, Central World and Siam Paragon.

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For further information, please contact:
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+66 2 125 5000 ext 8717
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