SUMMARY – ALEPH HOSPITALITY EXPANDS PRESENCE IN AFRICA WITH NEW UPSCALE HOTEL IN GHANA, OFFERING LUXURIOUS ACCOMMODATION AND CONTEMPORARY DESIGN. PARTNERING WITH DEVTRACO GROUP, THEY AIM TO REDEFINE GHANA’S HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY AND DELIVER EXCEPTIONAL SERVICES TO TRAVELERS.
Aleph Hospitality, a renowned hotel management company, is set to open a new upscale hotel in Ghana, furthering its expansion in Africa. Several embassies, shopping malls, and leisure facilities are located in Cantonments, an affluent suburb of Accra, where the hotel is situated. Its convenient location, just a 10-minute drive from Kotoka International Airport, makes it an attractive choice for both business and leisure travelers.
The Pelican Hotel, owned by DevtracoPlus Limited, is a boutique hotel. It won three international architecture awards, including ‘Best Architecture Multiple Residence in Africa.’ The hotel in Ghana has contemporary design, luxurious suites, and apartments, offering an unmatched experience.
Bani Haddad, the Founder and Managing Director of Aleph Hospitality, expressed his delight in managing The Pelican Hotel in Accra. He anticipates a successful opening. Ghana’s natural beauty, rich history, cultural attractions, and tourism-friendly infrastructure make it appealing to travelers. With tourism rapidly growing in the country, Aleph Hospitality’s entry into Ghana is timely and exciting.
A Strategic Partnership for Unprecedented Hospitality
Devtraco Group, a leading real estate company in Ghana, is the developer and owner of The Pelican Hotel Apartments. John Kane Entsuah, the CEO of Devtraco Group, emphasized the value created for investors through their partnership with Aleph Hospitality. With Aleph Hospitality’s extensive experience in working with major hotel companies worldwide, they are the ideal partner to deliver exceptional hospitality management services for Accra’s first hotel apartment. Together, they aim to redefine the hospitality industry in Ghana.
Aleph Hospitality has set an ambitious goal of managing 50 hotels in the Middle East and Africa by 2026. They manage hotels directly for owners. They use franchising for branded properties or act as a white label operator for independently branded hotels. This approach ensures tailored and high-quality management services, leading to the success and growth of the properties they oversee.