Bangkok, Thailand, January 30, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Rembrandt Hotel and 18 other leading hotels in Bangkok join hands to support the Seasons Greetings Donation, a program supporting children for educational and other purposes. The Rembrandt hotel has the pleasure of participating in this program for four consecutive years assisting various causes.
For the past 18 years, the Seasons Greetings Donation has ensured that money raised from the hotel industry be donated to worthy projects around Thailand benefiting the local community and economy. This year’s donation will go to the Hands Across the Water Foundation, a small charity providing needy children with a caring environment. The funds will be used to support an HIV orphanage in Yasothon province.
As a friendly-family hotel, Rembrandt is proud to support program for kids to prosper and grow as they become future leaders. Rembrandt offers many child friendly services and facilities including the kid’s corner at the famous Sunday Brunch at Rang Mahal, as well as many other family friendly initiatives.
Rembrandt Hotel is honored to support the local community and schools such as the New International School of Thailand by advocating activities such as these as a part of its social responsibility efforts to provide future generations with the educational facilities they need to grow.
About Rembrandt Hotel
Rembrandt Hotel offers luxury, outstanding services, and facilities to satisfy all travelers to Bangkok, Thailand. The property is conveniently located in Bangkok’s Sukhumvit district, near the central business district as well as shopping attractions, city landmarks and vibrant nightlife. Rembrandt has been a landmark on Sukhumvit since its construction by a Nishimatsu Construction Company to Japanese earthquake resistance standards over a decade ago. This quality Bangkok Hotel is just a short 5 minute walk to the Asoke skytrain (BTS) and Sukhumvit metro (MRT) system. It is a great location for both tourists and business travellers, who will find easy access to all of Sukhumvit and Bangkok.