Bangkok, Thailand, January 24, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- As the second consecutive years, Rembrandt Hotel once again brought more than 1,000 used calendars and recycled papers to donate them to the Foundation for the Blind in Thailand under the Patronage of H.M. the Queen on Friday Jan 18th.
The School for the Blind utilizes these calendars to make a Braille cards as educational materials for students. In addition to the used calendar, donations of used A4 paper, both single page and double pages, with a thickness of 80 grams or more were also donated. For those who are interested to donate, please feel free to visit www.blind.or.th or call 0-2354-8365-8 for more information.
As a friendly-family hotel, Rembrandt is proud to support kids to prosper and grow as they become future leaders of our country. Rembrandt offers many child friendly services and facilities including a kid’s corner at the famous Sunday Brunch at Rang Mahal, family rooms as well as many other family friendly initiatives.
The Rembrandt Hotel is honored to support the local community and children as exemplified in the support of the 3rd Annual NIST (New International School of Thailand) Golf Tournament and joined the Season Greeting project to help recovery efforts from the recent flooding situation.
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.