A section of the management of Golden Tulip Hotel
Golden Tulip Accra Hotel has officially resumed business, almost three months after the facility temporarily closed down.
This became necessary as a result of the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease in Ghana and the lockdown of the city.
Announcing this, the General Manager of Golden Tulip Accra, Nicolas Forger, assured patrons of maximum safety in the use of the facility.
He made this known during an interaction with the press at the premises of the hotel on Tuesday, June 16, 2020.
“Be rest assured that the safety protocols have been put in place for clients or customers. We are now awaiting the reopening of the borders to quickly find the level this hotel was before the COVID-19 crises,” he stated.
As a result of the current directives from the government of Ghana, the reopening affords access to the chalets, gym, swimming pool, restaurant and others while observing all safety protocols.
The hotel also hosted a special Fathers’ Day event called ‘Agya Pa Ye’ on Sunday, June 21, 2020. It was for only 100 people, and admission was based on ‘first come, first served’ principle.
The hotel has also announced that special wedding and weekend packages and rates have hugely been slashed. According to management, it is part of the gestures to make services affordable to people during these difficult times.