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Kempinski set to open hotel in Ghana in 2013

Kempinski set to open hotel in Ghana in 2013

The five-star Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City is on track to open its doors in Ghana in early 2013. The 269-rooms hotel will include 22 luxury suites and two Presidential Suites, combining the European hotel traditions with genuine African hospitality.

It will also boast three restaurants, a lobby café with outdoor seating, a cocktail bar and 6,000sqm of retail space. The 3,000 sqm Resense Spa will offer 10 treatment rooms, a beauty parlour, fitness centre, yoga studio, organic food bar, 25-metre outdoor pool, two paddle tennis courts and two tennis courts. 

Adjacent to the Accra International Conference Centre, State House and National Theatre and with other commercial and Government buildings nearby, the hotel will create a focal point for Accra Gold Coast City. It will set new standards for luxury, quality and service across all of West Africa and the hotel is currently developing key local partnerships to help make the many hidden gems of Accra available to guests.

Inspired by the warmth of the African sun, each room will feature beautiful hardwood floors, luxuriant textiles and carefully selected artwork celebrating the heritage and colours of Ghana. Rooms and suites will be spacious and 137 of the Deluxe Rooms will have their own balconies.

The large bathrooms will feature rain shower sections and separate toilets. In the suites, guests will find toiletries designed and produced exclusively for Kempinski by the revered Paris parfumier, Blaise Mautin. Every room will have complimentary WiFi, interactive TV, in-room safes, and private bar as well individual climate control.