Temperature to Rise above 40 Degree in Next 48 Hours, Says NiMet
DSS Intercepts Criminal Gangs, Recover AK-47 Riffles, Other Weapons
Pollution: Group Demands FG’s Attention on N’Delta Environment
Ghanaian Hospitality Sector Target Nigerian Clients
As more Nigerians choose African destinations for holidays, Ghana, Gambia, South Africa and others have become their preferred choice and in turn, these countries are rebuilding and rejigging their hospitality sector to meet the expectations of their new clientele.
Reports indicate that Nigerians constitute the highest number of foreign clients who patronise Ghanaian hotels.
This explains why Alisa Hotels, one of the leading hospitality outfits in Ghana has offered Nigerians, especially those in the travel and tourism business its unique services tailored to meet the taste, targeting travellers, holiday makers, business men and women looking for something different from the usual.
The beautiful hotel chains located in North Ridge and the new one soon to be opened in Tema, Ghana is one of the trusted hotel brands in Ghana in terms of quality service delivery, conferencing, complementary airport transfer, tennis court, health, fitness and wellness centre.
A team from the hotel visited Nigeria last week and attended the17th Akwaaba African Travel Market at the Eko Hotels and Suites in Lagos, where it unveiled the hotels unique selling point which distinguishes them from other hotels in Ghana.