The Royal Cliff Hotels Group offers a luxurious escape from the stresses of the modern world.
Situated on on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand not too far from Bangkok, this beautiful, award-winning resort offers a choice of four 5-star hotels each with its own distinct style and ambience, extensive meeting and convention facilities, 64 acres of tropical gardens, numerous sports activities, superb dining options and private beaches.
Whether you come for leisure or business, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group promises to match and exceed your expectations. The hotel group has won multiple prestigious awards, and is the only property in Asia to be elevated to the Travel Trade Gazette (TTG) Travel Hall of fame.
Altogether the Royal Cliff Hotels Group consists of four 5-star hotels linked by walkways, offering a total of 1,090 rooms and suites, 11 restaurants and bars, six swimming pools, two health spas, Thai culinary arts school, state-of-the art fitness complex, seven floodlit tennis courts, two squash courts, 4-hole putting green, two private beaches, a world-class convention and exhibition centre, three ballrooms, 53 meeting rooms and a private catamaran for charter.
Needless to say, I was quite impressed during my three day stay there. I could learn to live like this a lot more often!
The Royal Cliff Hotels Group has 11 restaurants and bars. Here are a few highlights. Breezeo is the newest restaurant in the property. Set on the resort’s private beach, the location is unbeatable and is one of the few places where guests can enjoy the fresh, clean coastal breeze in peaceful surroundings. Guests and local residents are welcome to unwind in this chic haven and watch the day go by while enjoying a vibrant menu that will tempt your taste buds to no end.
For Chinese food lovers, it would be a great and tasty experience for you to visit the property’s Chrysanthemum Palace. It offers a superb range of elegant Chinese cuisine and Cantonese specialties, including bird’s nest and Peking duck, with enticing flavors that make this a favorite Asian dining spot.
Open 24/7 for those that need their food fix whenever they desire, the Panorama Restaurant serves international favorites and fusion dishes. The very popular American breakfast buffet offers a vast range of cooked dishes, fruits, cereals and etc. After sampling the breakfast buffet one morning, all I can say is…. bring your appetite with you!
Those wine and grill buffs are going to love hanging out at the Royal Grill Room and Wine Cellar as this Chaîne des Rôtisseurs-accredited venue serves high quality grilled imported meats and seafood, enhanced by a magnificent Wine Cellar with over 1,000 new and old-world wine labels in its multiple award-winning wine lists. Couple great meat and wine with a spectacular view of the sea, any person would feel like they are the kings or queens of the property.
As a business destination, with well over 10,000 square meters of available meeting space, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group is one of Asia’s premier meeting, incentive and convention destinations. From a small boardroom meeting for 30 with coffee breaks and lunch to a 3-day Annual General Meeting for 1000 guests or a gala dinner complete with live music, ice carvings, Chinese acrobats and grand fireworks finale, the resort has a venue, menu and proposal to suit you.
Situated between the Royal Cliff Hotels Group and Royal Wing Suites & Spa, the Royal Cliff Beauty Salon provides an excellent range of treatments and a relaxing garden view. The Salon was recently redesigned to offer guests a chic, modern, spacious and comfortable setting in which to enjoy your treatments and obviously totally and completely safe.
There are a lot of other things that you can do in the Royal Cliff Hotels Group. They have a Cliff Spa, a Kid’s Corner, Nah Pah Cooking School, FITZ Club, Shopping Arcades, Sweets and Bakery as well as a De Vine Wine Club. What more could you possibly look for? The Royal Cliff Hotels Group has everything you need!
I was so happy to have been offered a sponsored stay, via Great Hotels of the World, with them for a few days last fall, when I was in Southeast Asia. I must say, I can’t wait to go back.
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