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Fiesta Royale Hotel

Fiesta Royale Hotel

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Motorway Extension | PO Box 163 CT, Accra, Ghana

Fiesta Royale Hotel raises the bar for business and leisure accommodation in Ghana by combining affordable luxury and modern facilities.

Located only five minutes away from Ghana’s main airport, the Kotoka International Airport in Accra, and 15 minutes away from the Accra city centre, Fiesta Royale Hotel is the hotel of choice for the discerning traveler.

The hotel has 100 luxuriously appointed and elegant rooms with contemporary decor. These include 10 chalets, and all the facilities you would expect from a first class hotel, such as swimming pool, a gym, business centre, conference rooms etc.

Whatever your idea of indulgence, Fiesta Royale offers an unrivalled combination of hospitality, delightful amenities, efficient service and modern luxury.

The Fiesta Royale Hotel offers uncompromising luxury accommodation with generous room sizes (40 sq m). All the rooms are decorated with style and elegance.

The refined architectural details and rich fabrics create an aura that is inviting, opulent and relaxing.

Stroll through our open terrace to embrace the evening breeze or simply catch a panoramic view of the beautifully manicured lawns and landscaped swimming pool.

Fiesta Royale Hotel offers three types of accommodation to suit your needs.

    Standard Rooms
    Executive Suites

Our World-Class room facilities include;

    Direct internet access(wi-fi inclusive)
    Direct dial telephone
    International Direct Dialing - IDD
    Multi-Channel Television
    Tea and Coffee Bar
    Hair dryer
    Room Service
    Laundry service

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