Avani Hotels & Resorts showcases potential for MICE industry in Thailand

Showing which of its hotels can best suit each aspect of the industry

Avani Riverside Bangkok
Avani Riverside Bangkok

Avani Hotels & Resorts has asserted its Thailand hotels’ potential to work for meetings, incentives, conventions, and exhibitions (MICE) visitors.  


The group mentions its Avani+ Riverside Bangkok Hotel as an ideal property to host meetings. 

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The hotel features on its 10th floor 4,500 square metres of space which can be used to host more than 700 guests.

There is also a 3,000kg-capacity car lift for direct access to the ballroom. For presentation needs, the hotel provides modern audio visual technology. Recreationally there are bars, restaurants and a reception terrace.


Highlighted in Avani+ Samui Resort, the property has a range of recreational activities.

Activities include morning yoga, beach volleyball, cooking classes, and more. There’s also a number of beach beds, pool loungers and available spa treatments.

The resort is situated as to allow guests to visit uninhabited islands and shuttle to nearby market and nightlife opportunities.


Avani Khon Kaen Hotel and Convention Centre is located 15-minutes away from Khon Kaen Airport, as well as providing conference and function facilities.


Finally, for exhibitions the group puts forth its Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel.

It explains the hotel is a few BTS Sky-train stops away from The Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC).

The hotel itself has one ballroom and three separate meeting rooms, all with direct access to an outdoor terrace area. There is an entertainment complex to host cinema evenings, seminars or product showcases.

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