Chaophya Park Hotel, Bangkok added to its MICE facilities and will soft open its brand new “mansion house”-styled venue, Tarathep House on the July 18, 2009.
The new MICE facility is an elegant stand-alone house with an impressive façade of columns and a white dome. With its own driveway and grand entrance, guests will first glimpse a stunning new water feature at its entrance.
Located close to the main hotel entrance within the hotel’s famous gardens, which include space for 900 cars, Tarathep House can accommodate upwards of 600 people for cocktails and up to 450 people for a sit-down dinner.
Designed with a duplex mezzanine floor, the Tarathep House can be used for exclusive private parties, exhibitions, or the most unique product launches in Bangkok.
This exclusive venue comes complete with its own kitchens, top of the range audio visual equipment, cocktail bars, changing rooms, and washroom facilities.
Commenting on the opening of Tarathep House, Mr. Andrew Wood, general manager of the Chaophya Park Hotel & Resorts said: “This brings the total meeting space to almost 3,000 sq. meters, comprising of 4 separate ballrooms and 13 breakout rooms. The hotel is positioning itself as the premier meeting facility on Rachadipisek Road with a wide range of options for all meeting planners, event organizers, and wedding specialists.”
Mr. Wood added: ”We designed Tarathep House specifically with exclusive exhibitions and product launches in mind. For weddings, we don’t believe there is another venue quiet like Tarathep House. Wedding couples using Tarathep House will be able to have wedding themes unlike anything a hotel ballroom has been able to do in the past. With the private nature of a stand alone ‘mansion,’ we give you complete freedom, privacy, and exclusivity. Our policy to only offer the Tarathep House to one client at a time to ensure the event planner will ‘own’ the venue throughout the period of the event or wedding. It will certainly stand out from using just a regular hotel ballroom but at a very similar price.”
For further information or to view the Tarathep House, please contact Khun Tiroad, tel: 0 2290 0125 ext 7123.