Radisson Hotel Group has marked its Ghana debut with the opening of Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites in the capital city Accra.
The carrier will operate four weekly flights to Accra from September 29th. The city thus becomes the fourth new destination launched by the airline since the start of the pandemic.
Croatia, Ecuador and Ghana have become the latest destinations to be awarded a global safety stamp by the World Travel & Tourism Council.
South African Airways will increase its frequency on non-stop flights between Washington, DC-Dulles International Airport and Accra’s Kotoka International Airport to five days weekly starting April 2nd.
Protea Hotels by Marriott has revealed the signing of a new hotel in Accra, at Kotoka Airport. It will become the brand’s second hotel in Ghana and the first Protea Hotel by Marriott in the capital city.
AccorHotels and Platinum Properties have announced the signing of an agreement for Pullman Accra Airport City. The country’s first Pullman branded hotel and Pullman Living serviced apartments, the property will be located in the heart of Accra’s Airport City.
The ten busiest passenger air routes in Africa have been revealed in a new study conducted by Routes, organiser of aviation network development conferences.
Marriott Hotels has announced its debut in west Africa, with the opening of Accra Marriott Hotel. Owned by African Hospitality, the hotel is strategically located opposite the Kotoka International Airport.
The Ascott is boosting its record growth this year with its first foray into Africa. The company has secured contracts to manage two properties in the heart of Accra, one of Africa’s top cities for investment.
Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City Accra has revealed the appointment of Manish Nambiar to the role of general manager. With an extensive knowledge of the African hospitality industry, spanning across hotel management and project coordination, he brings strong commercial insight and a wealth of leadership to the role.
Marriott International is opening the 132-room Protea Hotel Select Takoradi, its first establishment in Ghana.
Ghana Tourism Authority has been established to replace the old Ghana Tourist Board with the express mandate to promote sustainable development of the tourism industry both locally and internationally.