Ghana: Alisa Hotels Group Outdoors Tema Branch with Cutting Edge Facilities

Alisa, Tema

The Alisa Hotels Group, a leading hospitality industry in Ghana with its slogan “Akwaaba” literally means welcome, has outdoored its ultra-modern Tema branch with cutting edge facilities.

It is aimed at putting the hotel at a competitive edge within the hospitality space and the world at large.

The newly commissioned hotel is strategically located at the port city of Tema with 52 guest rooms and suites and comprises of 14 superior garden view rooms, 12 superior pool view rooms, 20 deluxe rooms, 2 executive rooms, 2 ebony suites and 2 beautifully styled Meridian suites.

The facilities came on the backdrop design of Ghanaian architectural icon, Augustus Richardson and also has services and facilities such as high speed wireless internet, mini bar, in-room safe, individual climate control, tea and coffee making facilities, iron with its board, hair dryer, among others for guests to have a feel of the unique ambiance of the Hotel in a space of maximum comfort of a serene environment.

As part of the drive to exhibit excellence in conferences and events, the hotel has 5 indoor meeting rooms, a ballroom with a maximum seating capacity of 250 people in banquet style and can also be partitioned to simultaneously host two events at the same period and time.

For a competitive edge in the hospitality value chain, the hotel have 2 boardrooms and an executive lounge designed with state-of-the-art facilities at the comfort of guests and event organisers as well as trimmed lawns to beautify and add value on occasions of outdoor programmes and events.

The Atlantic Restaurant, the Sky Bar are well stocked with an array of drinks and mouth-watering menus as guests  have the opportunity  to watch sports on screen television for relaxation and to cool off stress not forgetting the Oasis pool bar which offers varieties of cocktails as well as provisions of cabanas for privacy to cherished guests.

To enjoy the African sun, guests have the comfort of sitting in a terrace to feel the warm sun while enjoying their favourite drinks as well as the Patron Lounge as an ideal location for afternoon tea or signature cocktail to unwind the evenings.

Additional service amenities at the hotel include a wellness centre that comprises four treatment rooms, sauna and a hair salon, plus a health club that features a fitness centre and a tennis court.

Others are car rentals, Automatic Teller Machine (ATM), pharmacy, airport shuttles, luggage holding rooms, outdoor parking terminals to accommodate 100 cars and up to speed social media networks on coming events and activities.

By Ben Laryea