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Novotel Accra City Centre

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The Novotel Accra City Centre is a hotel ideal for a holiday or business trip to Accra. Seven kilometer from the airport and close to the conference centre and major banks, the hotel provides WiFi internet and six meeting rooms for business travellers. Guests on holiday in the Ghanaian capital will find the Makola Market, museums, theatre, golf and the beach all nearby. The hotel features a bar, restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre, business centre, onsite parking and a tennis court.

Amenities

Air Conditioning (In Room) Newspaper (Free) Refrigerator
Telephone Television (Cable/Satellite) Non-Smoking Rooms
Television Daily Maid Service In Room Broadband Internet Access
Coffee Maker Telephone (Voicemail) Mini-Bar

Hotel Details

180 Rooms / 6 Floors Built in 1988 Babysitting or Child Care
Electronic Key Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Service Multi-lingual Staff
Pets Allowed Car Rental Complementary Transportation
Photocopy Service Computer Use Available Administrative Services
Uniformed Security on Site Common/Public Areas Accessible to Wheelchairs Business Center
Currency Exchange A-V Equipment Rental Fax (For Guests)
Complementary Coffee Gift Shop Concierge/ Club Floor
Room Service Restaurant in Hotel Pool (Outdoor)
Tennis (Outdoor)

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