Kempinski, Movenpick and the rest of Ghana's most expensive hotels
Ghanaians have a very complex relationship with hotels. For majority of people, it is still the place in which illegitimate romantic affairs are had.
It is not clear what informed this myth but it is quite prevalent. Hotels are also known to be relatively expensive than saving money to rent a decent place for yourself and companions.
Although we may never prove that hotels are only good for illegitimate affairs, we can say for sure that they are expensive. But that is because they are also luxurious.
Luxury is the word and that comes with people digging deep to pay world class prices even for the Ghanaian market.
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YEN.com.gh brings you a list of the most expensive hotels in Ghana. The figures we give are based on our research and may not be the exact current rate but any deviation will not be far off.
1. Kempinski Hotel
Kempinski has come to represent what people in Ghana mean when they want to say they had an expensive weekend.
Our search shows that a night at Kempinksi starts around $276, about GHC 1,324. That is the minimum.
2. Labadi Beach Hotel
For much of the 90s, Labadi Beach Hotel was the most luxurious hotel in Ghana. But it has faced good competition.
Even with competition, Labadi starts around $244 or GHC 1,171 a night.
3. Villa Monticello Hotel
This is a relatively new hotel in Accra but it is every bit as luxurious and classy as any world class hotel.
Monticello does not come cheap and it starts at $232 or GHC 1,113 a night.
4. Movenpick Ambassador Hotel
Many people in Ghana are attracted to the fancy name of Movenpick. And its fancy offerings are also expensive.
Movenpick costs $212 or just a little above GHC 1,000.
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5. Fiesta Royale Hotel
Fiesta Royale is located in a very prime area in Accra. It is also one of the most popular in the country.
Fiesta Royale starts at $192 which translates into about GHC 920.
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