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Nigeria: Movenpick Hotel Plans Unforgettable Festive Season

Movenpick Ambassadorial Hotel, Accra, Ghana, has lined up series of events intended to leave unforgettable memories for guests during this festive season, from 15th December to 10th January 2013.

Movenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra a luxurious upmarket property conveniently located in the city centre near the National Theatre of Ghana and Accra International Conference centre.

With just US$ 999, a couple is guaranteed 4 consecutive nights in a Superior Room for 2 adults and up to 2 kids sharing the room. This also qualifies the lodgers for 1 free bottle of champagne per stay. In the same line, with US$ 1899 a couple will enjoy 4 consecutive nights in Junior Suites or Executive Suites for 2 adults and up to 2 kids sharing the same room. This also qualifies the lodgers for 1 free bottle of champagne per stay.

Other side benefits include free access to kids' activities for children during the duration of the stay, kids who are up to 12 years old are allowed to stay in their parents rooms at no extra cost.

In order to create an atmosphere that encourage great family time together during stay, the hotel has put together gourmet dining experiences for both Parents and their wards.

Buffet Dinner with Live Band for US$65 per person (excluding drinks) on Christmas Eve; Brunch Lunch with Live Band for US$65 per person (excluding drinks) on Christmas day and Boxing Day; Buffet Dinner for US$106 with entertainment and fire works on New Year Eve

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