Protea Hotels by Marriott to open its second hotel in Ghana

New 200- room hotel to open near international airport in 2019

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Protea Hotels by Marriott signed the Protea Hotel by Marriott Accra, Kotoka Airport, the brand’s second hotel in Ghana and the first Protea Hotel by Marriott in the capital city of Accra.

Protea Hotel by Marriott Accra Kokota Airport will be a 17-story, 200-room hotel offering a restaurant, a lobby bar and lounge, small conference and meeting facilities, an air crew lounge, a gymnasium and a roof-top pool bar and lounge with views of the city.

Owned by Baobab Hotels & Resorts which is a subsidiary of the Yamusah Group, the hotel is in close proximity to key diplomatic, government and commercial nodes.

Protea Hotel by Marriott Accra Kotoka Airport is expected to open by end of 2019.

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