Radisson Hotel Group debuts in Ghana with launch of Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites

GHANA – Radisson Hotel Group has announced its debut in Ghana with the opening of Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites, a member of Radisson Individuals.

In partnership with Belfast City Management, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kwarleyz Group, the hotel also marks the second Radisson Individuals hotel opening in Africa within the last two weeks.

Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites is located on the most prominent street in Accra, in the Osu neighborhood, on the doorstep of the city’s financial business district and government ministries.

It is conveniently located for both business and leisure travel as it is situated just 4km from Kotoka Accra International Airport, 200m from the Koala Shopping Center.

It is also next to all the city’s great local attractions, including Black Star Square and Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and Museum.

The 108 luxury residential units spanning across 1500m2, create an architectural marvel that has quickly become one of the most iconic structures in Ghana.

The outdoor swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, and serene spa provide the ideal activities for guests to unwind in luxury.

The terrace offers a welcoming location for midday drinks and light meals, while Restaurant Uno creates memorable and delectable meals with a contemporary à la carte menu and wine selection.

We are delighted to mark our official debut in Ghana and maintain the momentum of our new Radisson Individuals brand in Africa with the rebranding of this landmark hotel, Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites,” said Tim Cordon, Area Senior Vice President, Middle East & Africa at Radisson Hotel Group.

Africa presents a key opportunity for Radisson Individuals, as it perfectly responds to the evolving demands of the continent’s market for both hotel owners and guests.”

The increased investment by Radisson Group in the hospitality sector coincides with the continent’s fast-urbanizing rate.

The continent is predicted to have a larger working population by 2034 than either China or India, several new mega-cities will be needed to provide accommodation.

There will be a burgeoning business travel sector, together with a growing local market for leisure tourism. This unique traveler market could well equate to “above global average returns” for those who choose to invest.

The launch of Number One Oxford Street Hotel & Suites will add to the West African country’s travel destinations for tourists and local businesses.

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