From Sebastian R. Freiku
A 3-star state-of-the-art facility, christened Rosapearl Hotel, has been commissioned at Adako Jachie, near the Asante Kotoko Training grounds in Kumasi, as the latest sensation in the hospitality industry.
This distinctive hotel has first-class facilities, which include 30 luxurious rooms of all tastes, 50-seater executive conference room, a restaurant with a capacity of 50, a terrace bar, a 5 by 10 feet swimming pool, a spacious car park, and a standby generator which keeps “dum-so” at bay and provides the assurance that there is no fear of darkness.
Among the services to guarantee a warm reception are bed and breakfast, laundry and a standby bus for transport services for guests.
The facility is managed by 26-year-old Ms Emelda Antwi, a product of the Institute of Project Management, who knows the inside out of hotel management from her many years of experience up her sleeve.
Manager Emelda Antwi says the 30 rooms include a standard, super, deluxe, executive rooms and suites, which prices are comparably affordable and low, hence the 100 percent occupancy of the facility at all times.
She says lodging at Rosapearl could not be a boring affair, because the place is really a “Home away from Home.”
The Mayor of Kumasi, Osei Assibey Antwi, who commissioned the facility last Saturday, described Rosapearl Hotel as super and a hotel of class, noting that the facility is comparable to any hotel in China or Dubai.
He commended the Proprietress, Mrs. Rosina Fosu, and hoped the management would work to add to the tourism potentials of the Ashanti region, as the government intends to increase tourist arrivals to one million this year.
The Regional National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) Co-ordinator, Mr. Kwabena Nsenkyire, has since presented a certificate of good safety practice and measure to Rosapearl Hotel.