Senin, 11 Maret 2013


THE General Manager of the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel, Mr Ralph Aryitey, has called on government to pay more attention to the tourism and hospitality industry in the country.

That, he said, would help generate more revenue for national development, as the sector brings in more foreign exchange every year.

“If someone gives us a listening ear, we will be able to do a lot more for the economy. We will create more jobs and brand the country as one of the best in West Africa,” he said.

Mr Aryitey said this at the annual end of year dinner and awards night for the staff of the hotel and added that challenges such as the irregular supply of electricity, water and other basic amenities for clients sometimes hindered the quality of service in the sector.

He, therefore, called for an immediate solution from government in order to maintain the hospitality industry.
He further commended the staff of the hotel for their constant support and hard work, which has made the hotel one of the best in the country.

Mr Aryitey said the hotel had one of the uniquely packaged best customer service strategies to meet the needs of its clients.

“We do our best to offer our clients memories worth repeating,” he said.

The Vice President of Group Nduom, Mr. Chiefy Nduom, in his remarks, lauded the staff for keeping the philosophy of the hotel alive.

He urged them to aspire to be greater than they were now and work together as a team in order to face the challenges that they may encounter their line of work.

“Face the challenges together as they come and work hard to support one another,” he added.
Some of the staff who exhibited exceptional loyalty and hard work throughout the year were awarded.

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