Located downtown and in close proximity to the State House, the Accra International Conference Centre and the National Theatre, the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City is the perfect place for business and leisure guests alike. This hotel have the largest and most luxurious accommodation available in the city, with 269 rooms including 22 luxury suites and two presidential suites, with the very best facilities and services to meet your every need.
Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City introduce the largest F&B offering Ghana has ever seen:
Papillon Restaurant: Named after the distinctive form of its architecture, the Papillon Restaurant will feature an open kitchen, sophisticated buffet counters and an à la carte menu.
The Gallery Lounge: Will be an ideal meeting place for coffee, light snacks and afternoon tea, as well as pre-dinner and late-night drinks.
The Gallery Bar: Will be a ‘fine drinking’ experience, specializing in premium beverages and the best of European mixology.
Cedar Garden: Taking inspiration from Accra’s Lebanese community, the menu will include shisha, mezzeh and Lebanese coffee
Guests will be able to indulge in 7,000 sqm of shopping facilities showcasing ultra-luxury brands and a 3,000-square-metre Resense Spa with 10 treatment rooms, a hair & beauty salon, 350-square-metre health club, a 25-metre outdoor swimming pool and tennis court.The hotel’s fully equipped, 1,750-square-metre Conference Centre will offer 700-square-metre of outdoor space and facilities and provide the most modern audio-visual equipment managed seamlessly with touch panel technology.
- Business Center
Castles and Forts: The castles and forts of Ghana constitute treasures par excellence, a legacy of the historic past as much to modern Ghana and Africa as to the world at large. Recognizing their unique place in world history, the World Heritage Convention of UNESCO has designated Ghana"s castles and forts as World Heritage Monuments.
Nature and wildlife: Ghana has a rich natural treasure made up of 16 National Parks, Resource Reserves and Wildlife Sanctuaries, which are open throughout the year. From the savannah of the coastal plains, the dense tropical forest and the grassland of the north to the life giving water bodies, which criss-cross the country, distinct wildlife abound.
Beaches: The coastline of Ghana was previously known as The Gold Coast and one can immediately see why. The majority of these spectacular sands are kept in Accra; from the more traditional beach experience to the more environmental and nature filed stant, Ghana is the place where all different tastes can be suited.
Waterfalls: There are countless waterfalls in Ghana, the country is full of this wonderful natural resources: Begoro Waterfalls, Boti Falls, Fuller Falls, Kintampo Waterfalls, Tagbo Falls, Tsatsadu Falls, Tsenku Waterfalls, Wli Falls...