Movenpick marks 10 years milestone

BY: Graphic Business
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Mrs Mawuena Trebarh (left) Board Chair, Movenpick Ambassador Hotel assisted by Mr Mark Okraku Mantey (2nd left), Deputy Tourism Minister, Deborah Lee-Ann Sivertsen (middle), and Rev Father Andrew Campbell in a toast to celebrate the anniversary.

Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra has marked 10 years of its contribution to the country’s hospitality industry and the economy in general.

Staff and management of the hotel, a leader in the hospitality industry, marked the anniversary in grand style with a corporate soirée and a symbolic cutting of the anniversary cake to climax the celebration.

The anniversary, which began some months ago, was on the theme "Doing the Ordinary in Extraordinary Ways – 10 years and beyond".

The celebrations have also seen a lot of activities being undertaken, including blood donations in conjunction with the Accra Technical University, Charity Donations at the Shelter for Abused Children under the Kilo of Kindness Campaign, among others.

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Corporate soiree

Speaking at the corporate soirée, the General Manager of the hotel, Deborah Lee-Ann Sivertsen, expressed gratitude to Ghanaians for their warm support and affection in making the dream of Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra a reality.

She further acknowledged the immense support and contributions of the corporate organisations, stakeholders and her team’s passion for making real memories.

“Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra strives to demonstrate quality, reliability and care and has achieved many successes since joining Ghana’s hospitality industry.

“For the greatest part of last year, we were deprived of sharing these commitments with you but we are grateful for this opportunity to reaffirm our beliefs that welcoming, safeguarding and taking care of guests is at the very heart of what we do and who we are,” she said.

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Collaboration

On her part, the Board Chair of Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra, Mrs Mawuena Trebah, expressed her delight in the collaboration between the government and the regulators for all the success achieved within the 10 years of operation.

"I would like to acknowledge the partnerships with the government and their regulators; they offer policy guidelines and directions to support and broaden the national policy agenda through the hospitality industry.

“We want to thank the government and we look forward to more fruitful collaborations to grow the hospitality industry to its exceptional level,” she said.