More than 200 Pattaya government, business and community leaders turned out to help the Holiday Inn Pattaya celebrate the opening of its new Executive Tower.
General Manager Kate Gerits welcomed Auttapon Thaweesuntorn, assistant director for the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s Pattaya office and other guests to the Aug. 22 party.
(L to R) Sukhumnanda Kukudom, Auttapon Thaweesuntorn, Assistant Director, TAT Pattaya, Kate Gerits, General Manager Holiday Inn Pattaya, and Jatuporn Phiukhao, Executive Assistant Manager Holiday Inn Pattaya, raise a toast to the opening of Holiday Inn Pattaya’s Executive Tower.
The 25-story tower increases the Holiday Inn’s room capacity by 200 and adds high-tech facilities for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions. Each business room comes with technical and artistic tools and access to a new kitchen and restaurant.
Kate Gerits, General Manager Holiday Inn Pattaya, welcomes honored guests to the Launch Party at Holiday Inn Pattaya’s Executive Tower.
The main conference hall, spanning 625 sq. meters, can accommodate 250-550 people and can be split into two halls.
A medium-sized conference hall can handle 111-250 people while a 250-sq. meter conference hall can accommodate presentations, speeches or concerts for no more than 75 attendees.
There are also seven conference halls 61-159 sq. meters and a boardroom for business meetings of 12-30 people.
(L to R) Vikrom Malhotra, Manager of Massic Travel and his daughter Fahana, along with Elfi Seitz, Executive Editor of Pattaya Blatt, and Kamolthep ‘Prince’ Malhotra, GM of the Pattaya Mail Media Group, congratulate Kate Gerits, General Manager Holiday Inn Pattaya and Thitiporn Boonsuk, Director of Sales & Marketing.
East Coast Kitchen restaurant and the pool next to it have beautiful views out into Pattaya Bay.