Ghana’s tourism and hospitality Industry is expected to witness the addition of another hotel brand this week as Tang Palace Hotel opens its doors to clients. It is located close to Gold House at South Airport Residential Area within 2 km from the Kotoka International Airport and 8km from the city centre.
Rated four-star, the state-of-the art facilities at the hotel are expected to be among Accra’s number one luxurious hotels constructed with a palatial glitz and glamour.
It is uniquely furnished and offers travelers more than just accommodation with a resplendent aura of its surrounding offering an incredible experience with an extra touch of elegance wherever you step.
Speaking to journalists after a ceremony to outdoor the hotel, Director of Sales and Marketing, Ekow Eyeson-Ghansah noted that the birth of Tang Palace Hotel is designed for the needs of today’s global traveler.
Mr. Eyeson-Ghansah entreated the public to expect nothing but exceptional personalised service when the hotel becomes fully operational with its modern 112 bedrooms and contemporary guest rooms and suites later this week.He observed that the hotel is a haven of new luxury in the neighborhood of many international organizations, duty free shops, business centers, recreation centers, etc. amidst the south airport residential area.“Our variety of contemporary hotel rooms and suites blend luxury and security with comfort. At Tang Palace, every guest is given a royal cutting edge customer service which leaves a delicate mark in their memory and imagination of hotel hospitality, hence whether on business or leisure, Tang Palace Hotel is exactly where [travelers] would prefer to be” he said.
The tourism industry has contributed significantly to the country’s economy, particularly in recent times, as the sector continues to demonstrate its potential as a key driver of growth,
According to a Bank of Ghana report the industry is currently the third largest foreign exchange earner after merchandise exports and remittances from abroad and has become one of the most important and fastest growing sectors of the Ghanaian economy. (Source: pulse.com.gh)
It sounds really exciting! I can’t wait to go and check it out. If it can live up to my customer service scrutiny then they are on to a winner!