AS EFFORTS to combat the threat of Covid-19 and ensure Thailand is safe for business events, one of the kingdom’s leading convention resorts has been recognised for complying with the highest hygiene and safety standards.
The Royal Cliff Hotels Group received the Amazing Thailand ‘Safety and Health Administration Certificate which signifies that the Pattaya property is ready for domestic and international guests’ return post-Covid. The certificate is a significant recognition that Royal Cliff is a destination that complies with the highest hygiene and safety standards from the Department of Health and the Ministry of Public health.
The Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration (SHA) project is a collaboration between the Tourism Authority of Thailand, the Ministry of Public Health, the Department of Disease Control, the Department of Health as well as public and private sector partners which aims to elevate the country’s tourism industry standards.
Being awarded with the SHA certificate means that the hotel along with the Cliff Spa and all its MICE venues underwent a strict inspection and passed the SHA’s good standards of hygiene, health and cleanliness in accordance with the nationwide measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Royal Cliff has also developed the Prevent and Protect Program which consists of a wide range of measures to ensure guests will have an enjoyable and safe stay in all its different hotels.
“As we move forward through this unprecedented time together, the health and safety of all our guests and employees remain our No.1 priority,” Vitanart Vathanakul, the CEO of Royal Cliff Hotels Group, said.
“We want to provide a safe haven where essential services can be enjoyed with the appropriate safety precautions in place. We have taken significant steps in reviewing our existing service offerings and adapted them to create a safer guest experience for you and our loved ones.
“In order to ensure that every guest will be safe, we have made some essential changes in the way we operate. Despite these adjustments, we have made sure that the quality of our guests’ hotel experience will not be compromised.”
Situated on a 64-acre private parkland estate overlooking the stunning Gulf of Thailand, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group operates four award-winning hotels and the PEACH convention centre.