Airport View Hotel has held a series of activities to mark 15 years of its existence in the hospitality industry.
The hotel hosted corporate clients, suppliers and Journalists to a lunch last Thursday at the Luna Restaurant rooftop terrace to acknowledge their support and contributions for the past 15 years of its operation.
Welcoming the guests, Chief Executive Officer of the hotel, Mr. Francis Fori Dwumah disclosed the hotel started operating in 2002 with 12 bedrooms, a restaurant and a conference room with 10 staff and through the hard work of its dedicated staff and support of its clients, the hotel has enhanced its facilities.
He said the hotel now had 80 rooms, three conference rooms, a restaurant and a rooftop terrace, a swimming pool, a coffee bar, an onsite convenient shop, salon and massage parlour.
“You have been with us through our most challenging times to date and without your patronage we wouldn’t have come this far” he said and thanked the corporate entities, regulators, oversight agencies, suppliers and service providers for their support.
The President of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), Mr. Affail Monney, who was the Guest speaker, paid tribute to the hotel for opening their doors to the media fraternity, a move he observed had inspired a bond of friendship between the media and the hotel.
He urged the media to do its part by projecting the hotel to continue to make more impact on Ghana’s hospitality industry for economic development.
The Sales and Marketing Manager, Jane Gyimah-Amoako said she was optimistic that working together with its clients had motivated and strengthened the hotel’s capabilities.
She gave an assurance that the hotel would remain committed to offering unmatched services through paying attention to details, working on feedback and developing unique concepts that give guests memorable experiences.
As part of activities earmarked to celebrate the anniversary, the hotel in partnership with GTV Sports+ and other sponsors on Saturday, April 8, 2017 embarked on a health walk from Ayi Mensah to Peduase. Participants were later engaged in aerobics and refreshment.