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Ghana Gov’t Sells 60% of Golden Tulip Hotels To Lebanese Company

Government of Ghana has sold 60% of Golden Tulip Hotels to a Lebanese Company.

The government of Ghana has sold 60% of Golden Tulip Hotels to a Lebanese Company according Joynews journalist Ernest Arhinful.

The Lebanese company has officially communicated the change of name so henceforth the name of the hotel is Lancaster Accra and the one in Kumasi will be Lancaster Kumasi.

They have given the public assurance that the change of name will not affect normal operations of the hotels.

The hotel will however be going through refurbishment to give enhancements to most of their facilities.

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