The Movenpick Hotel Accra, Ghana

If you didn’t know already in recent years, the continent of Africa has been inundated with luxurious branded hotels, gone were the days where 5 star treatment was unavailable in the continent and travellers had to worry about the type of hotel the would stay, a new crop os stylish, modern hotels are sweeping in the continent such as these is the Movenpick Hotels which has just recently opened in Accra, Ghana

Set on 16 acres of landscaped gardens, the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra is ideally located for both business and leisure. After a busy day, relax in an urban style resort with the largest swimming pool in Ghana.

A variety of entertainment venues include the all day “Sankofa” Restaurant as well as “one2one”, Accra’s elegant cocktail bar. The “Pool Bar and BBQ” offers a more casual atmosphere to escape the city. It’s great to know hotels in Africa can now compete with world class standards. Ghana is definitely a country that has distinguished itself in the African country through democracy, this has enabled them to advance in infrastructure, architecture e.t.c Their tourism sector has also benefitted from the progress the country continues to make. It looks like a lovely hotel.

(Photo’s courtesy of Movenpick hotels)

This entry was published on September 28, 2011 at 22:21. It’s filed under Interiors and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “The Movenpick Hotel Accra, Ghana

  1. I greatly take joy in your creating this unique post.
    This is the era needed for Ghana to develop, welcome as a nation and therefore consider
    practical ideas on how to reposition this country forward as to prevail over the present battles.
    Thanks a lot for this valuable editorial.

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