Belfast Management Limited has assured the public of its commitment to prioritizing health and safety as the hospitality industry gradually bounces back after the COVID-19 coronavirus health crisis.
Speaking to Citi Business News during a client engagement event to resume operations at the the luxurious 108 apartments Number One Oxford Street Hotel and Suites located at Osu in Accra, the General Manager, Atuobi Debrah Kissi, said the company has rolled out a series of measures to guarantee the safety of its staff and clients.
Mr. Kissi said even though the hotel industry was one of the worst-hit during the crisis, Belfast Management is poised to resume full operations to enhance competitiveness in the market as the situation normalizes.
He said the company will continue to honour its commitment to providing the best comfort and security across all its four luxurious facilities in the capital city which include Kwarleyz Residence, Vyn Yard and Belgravia Townhouses.
Mr. Kissi urged customers to visit the company’s website for new offers and special discounts.
He said Belfast, in keeping with its hallmark of luxury and security, will continue to collaborate with stakeholder organizations in the hospitality industry to position Ghana as the most preferred destination for business and tourism in West Africa.