Royal Cliff Hotels Groups once more inducted into TTG Hall of Fame

Friday, 02 November 2012 From Issue Vol. XX No. 44

The award-winning Royal Cliff Hotels Group was once again inducted to the prestigious TTG Hall of Fame Honoraries List at the 23rd Annual TTG Travel Awards 2012 Ceremony & Gala Dinner held recently in Bangkok.

With this celebrated recognition, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group not only holds the honor of being the only hotel in Asia elevated to this status, but also shares this distinction with an elite selection: Singapore Airlines, Singapore Changi Airport, Star Cruises, Abacus International, SilkAir, Lotte Tour and Hertz Asia Pacific.

Royal Cliff Hotels Group Vice-President Vathanai Vathanakul (center) receives the TTG Hall of Fame award from Michael Chow, TTG Travel Trade Publishing. Royal Cliff Hotels Group Vice-President Vathanai Vathanakul (center) receives the TTG Hall of Fame award from Michael Chow, TTG Travel Trade Publishing.

The Travel Hall of Fame was inaugurated in 2002, with the objective of establishing a permanent home in honor of our region’s most exceptional organizations. The Royal Cliff Hotels Group joined the Travel Hall of Fame in 2006 for having won awards for at least 10 times. The annual event recognized 80 of the Asia-Pacific travel trade’s best organizations and individuals and was attended by 700 people.

Royal Cliff Hotels Group Vice-President Vathanai Vathanakul received this esteemed award from Michael Chow, Group Publisher, TTG Travel Trade Publishing and Martin Craig, CEO, PATA.

The Annual TTG Travel Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner is held yearly in Bangkok, in conjunction with the Incentive Travel & Conventions, Meetings Asia and Corporate Travel World (IT&CMA and CTW). The awards recognition reflects the dynamism of the travel industry and represents the achievement and contributions of the industry. Award winners were voted by readers of TTG’s print and online publications. The TTG Travel Awards is now reputed as the most coveted and influential awards in the region’s travel industry.

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