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IHG opens Holiday Inn Accra Airport Hotel

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InterContinental Hotels Group and the Royal Airport Hotel Party have opened the Holiday Inn Accra Airport. The hotel is the groups first property in Ghana.

The new seven-storey hotel boasts 168 rooms and is located next to both Ghanas Kotoka International Airport and the thriving new business district in the city.

Holiday Inn Accra features six Executive Suites and two Presidential Suites complete with contemporary amenities. The in-house conference facilities include five function rooms accommodating up to 180 guests, as well as state-of-the-art video, audio and telecommunications equipment plus a fully-equipped business centre with free internet access.

Leisure facilities at Holiday Inn Accra Airport are extensive and include a swimming pool, a fully-equipped gym, health centre, spa and even  a casino. Dining options comprise an all-day dining venue serving both buffet and a la carte styles, as well as a pool terrace restaurant for al fresco meals.

Founded by the Ga people in the 1600s, Accra has been Ghanas capital since 1877 and is the countrys largest city with a population of over two million. As Ghanas administrative, communications, manufacturing and economic centre, as well as being one of the regions major ports, Accra is one of the wealthiest and most modern cities in Africa with a high standard of living and thriving business tourism sector.

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