Royal Cliff and PEACH chosen again for the 44th Infectious Disease Association Annual Meeting

Pattaya, Thailand – The award-winning Royal Cliff Hotels Group has once again welcomed distinguished doctors, medical academics and members of the Infectious Disease Association of Thailand (IDAT) who gathered for their 44th annual meeting under the theme of “Infectious Disease 2018: Now and Next.”

“We are delighted to welcome back all the members of this prestigious association and grateful to be the chosen venue for such an important event once again.” Mr. Vitanart Vathanakul, the CEO of the Royal Cliff Hotels Group said. “The success of every event is our top priority and we are pleased with the positive feedback we have received from the delegates which continually inspire us to improve and to continue providing with excellent service to ensure a successful and remarkable event experience.”

A unique meeting destination that is set in a stunning location with breath-taking ocean views, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group along with Pattaya Exhibition And Convention Hall (PEACH) is one of Asia’s premier resort – convention destinations that provide complete versatility as a convenient ‘one-stop convention solution’ for any meeting needs. With over 13,000 sq.m of available meeting space, it offers modern facilities, professional services and technological support to successfully host a wide variety of engagements such as international conferences, exhibitions, product launches and banquets. Want to hold your next event at the Royal Cliff and PEACH? Request for a proposal by contacting our Sales Managers at (+66) 38 250 421 Ext: 2845 or emailing: success@royalcliff.com. Let us make your event extraordinary!

For more information on the Royal Cliff Hotels Group and PEACH, please visit www.royalcliff.com and www.peachthailand.com

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