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Centara's New Chiang Mai Resort launches Meetings Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Centara Hotels & Resorts has launched a value-added meeting package for its new Siripanna Villa Resort Chiang Mai property. The promotion brings the cost of a meeting down to only Thai baht 1,000 net per person per day and includes two coffee breaks as well as lunch.

Also included in the package are the use of an LCD projector, TV monitor with DVD player, and presentational materials such as whiteboard and flipcharts.

The Siripanna Meetings Package is available during the period 1 April - 31 October, 2010.

Located in Chiang Mai city centre and adjacent to the Gymkhana Golf Course, Siripanna Villa Resort Chiang Mai is a low-rise resort hotel with an architectural design based upon the citys Lanna heritage.

The hotel, which has 74 guestrooms and villas, was opened late last year and is the first property in Centaras Boutique Collection brand.

The main function room is located on the second floor of the hotel and can hold up to 200 persons. The room is divisible into two equal halves, each with a capacity of 100. A boardroom is adjacent to the main function room which can be used for board meetings or act as a secretariat room.

A traditional Thai house can hold up to 100 persons for a Lanna khantok dinner, private receptions and banquets, while the extensive gardens can hold up to 500 for an outdoor event.

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