Ghana: Movenpick Ambassador Hotel(Accra) Grand opening set for May 15th

Published on: Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Ambassador Hotel Ghana PictureBy Peterking Quaye, from Accra, Ghana for Shout-Africa.com – Management of the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra has announced that the facility would be ready for use by May 15, this year to help contribute its quota to the hospitality industry in the country.

The Hotel located in the central business district of Accra, is a joint venture between the Government of Ghana and the Saudi prince and businessman, Al Waleed Bin Talal Wahab Abdul Aziz Alsaud. Mr Chase said over 100-million dollars had been used to execute the project which employed more than 700 Ghanaians during the construction phase and would employ more upon completion.

The project is in three phases; phase one consist of 10 secured apartments, and is being built with new and bigger state-of-the-art plans and architecture that will put it in a five-star deluxe category globally.

Mr Stuart Chase, General Manager of the hotel, made the announcement on Wednesday when Ms Akua Sena Dansua, Minister of Tourism, paid a day’s working visit to the hotel to assess the progress of work on the facility.

Mr Chase said, 93Two of our accommodation floors would be ready for use and opened by May 15, this year while minor works would be going on and I am sure by July this year, all works would be completed.”The Movenpick Ambassador Hotel is a five star hotel and has 260 rooms including 61 executive club rooms, 24 hour club lounge, 15 junior suites and 320 square metre presidential suites and other facilities of international standard.

Ms Akua Sena Dansua expressed gratitude about the progress of work and said the hotel would help boost the tourism industry when opened. She said the tourism ministry would give the necessary support to hotel management and that tourists who complain of inadequate high standard hotel accommodation would have nothing to complain about.

The Ambassador Hotel according to my research was built and donated to Ghana by the United Kingdom as an Independence Day gift but it degenerated over the year hence the decision of the state to diversify it.


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