Photo Release: Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit 10 received an honored MICE Standard Awards

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Monday April 24, 2017 14:09
Bangkok--24 Apr--Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit 10

Pol. Gen. Tanasak Patimapragorn, Deputy Prime Minister for Foreign Affairs, recently presented a "MICE Standard Awards" to Ms. Supaluk Nonthapa, Senior Sales Manager of Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit 10. This event was organized by Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) on 13th March 2017.

The MICE Standard Awards were given to Thailand hotels who achieved a high performance towards meeting, incentive, convention and exhibition venue standard. Accordingly, Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit 10 has provided every effort to offer a professional facilities and services to MICE industry.

Beyond the generic standard, Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit 10 also accommodated stress-free meeting room with greenery garden view and day-light meeting atmosphere as part of eco-friendly.
Discover the distinguished meeting spaces at Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit 10 at

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