Radisson Hotel Group Launches in Ghana

Radisson Hotel Group Launches in Ghana (News Central TV)

The Radisson Hotel Group has announced the inauguration of Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites, a Radisson Individuals member, in Ghana.

The hotel is also the second Radisson Individuals hotel to open in Africa in the previous two weeks, thanks to a cooperation with Belfast City Management, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kwarleyz Group.

The Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites is located on Accra’s most famous street, in the Osu neighbourhood, just steps from the city’s financial area and government departments.

It is located approximately 4 kilometres from Kotoka Accra International Airport and 200 metres from the Koala Shopping Centre, making it ideal for both business and leisure trips.

It’s also close to Black Star Square and the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and Museum, as well as all of the city’s wonderful local attractions.

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The 108 premium residential units, which cover 1500m2, are an architectural marvel that has swiftly become one of Ghana‘s most recognizable landmarks.

The outdoor pool, state-of-the-art fitness centre, and tranquil spa are ideal for guests looking to relax in style.

Restaurant Uno delivers memorable and delightful dinners with a contemporary à la carte menu and wine selection, while the terrace is a comfortable setting for midday beverages and light lunches.

“We are delighted to mark our official debut in Ghana and maintain the momentum of our new Radisson Individuals brand in Africa with the rebranding of this landmark hotel, Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites.

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“Africa presents a key opportunity for Radisson Individuals, as it perfectly responds to the evolving demands of the continent’s market for both hotel owners and guests,” said Tim Cordon, Area Senior Vice President, Middle East & Africa at Radisson Hotel Group.

The Radisson Group’s expanded investment in the hospitality sector corresponds to the continent’s rapid urbanisation trend.

By 2034, the continent is expected to have a greater working population than either China or India, necessitating the construction of numerous new megacities.

There will be a developing business travel sector, as well as a growing local leisure tourist market. For those who chose to invest, this unique traveller market might easily translate to “above world average returns.”

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The opening of Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites will expand the number of tourist and local business destinations in the West African country.


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