From April 9-13 MetLife (Korea) held the first of a series of three meeting at Royal Cliff Hotels Group. Over 500 participants and their families were accommodated at the hotels group and held many of their functions around the property including PEACH (Pattaya Exhibition And Convention Hall); a prominent flagship of Royal Cliff Hotels Group. By choosing the Royal Cliff and adhering to the property’s green-oriented culture and standards, MetLife was honored with the ‘Green Certificate’.
The ‘Green Certificate’ is awarded to selected organizations for having taken great steps in helping to safeguard the environment, and help reduce global warming by opting to have their event at Royal Cliff Hotels Group. The event resulted in the reduction of many emissions, pollution and use of natural resources following the ‘Initiative on Green meeting’, the extensive and heavily implemented environmentally friendly initiatives and policies in place at the Royal Cliff Hotels Group and PEACH which have already served to improve the local environment and community.
Royal Cliff Hotels Group General Manager Christoph Voegeli (right) presents Metlife CEO Kim Jong Woon (left) with the Royal Cliff Green Certificate.