6 Hotels in Ghana with the Best Christmas Trees in 2017

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The season of love and peace is here! It’s Christmas. The birth of Christ and a period when we see lots of happiness and merry making. One distinct characteristic of Christmas is the Christmas tree. In Ghana, many homes used to have this but these days, many consider it as a luxury rather than a necessity. Hotels are places where many go to for various reasons at Christmas. Whether to lodge, just swim or eat, hotels often get busy at Christmas. These hotels have also turned to heavily investing in decorations to look sleek, classy and appealing to their guests. One very iconic Christmas decoration item is the Christmas tree. Jumia Travel, Africa’s leading online travel website looks at a few hotels in Ghana with the best Christmas trees this year.

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Movenpick – Move and pick or moving pick? However you choose to interpret this giant hotel in the centre of Accra, it still stands out as one of the nations top hotels. Well, today we focus on the season. This season is a season of love and colour. Have you been to Movenpick Accra lately? If you have, you may have seen that giant masterpiece at the centre of the lobby. This year’s Christmas tree is off the hook and stands out. The colours and decorations are just breathtaking. You definately have a feel of Christmas at the sight of this tree. ‘’Bronya Aba’’!


Kempinski – Not too far away to Movenpick Ambassador Hotel is the latest 5-star Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra. Very close to the National Theatre and the Children’s Park, this hotel has a very stylish Christmas tree this year. If not for it’s green colour, you may actually believe it’s a new style of decoration because this year’s Kempinski Christmas tree is unique and stylish with a difference. Not your random christmas tree but one worth looking at twice. If you happen to visit the hotel for lunch or supper this Yuletide, don’t forget to take pictures. You may never see a tree like that.


Tang Palace – As the name suggests, this hotel sounds Chinese and of course it has Chinese history and culture in almost every aspect of the hotel. From architecture to cuisine, you have a feel of China at this hotel. When it comes to Christmas trees, Tang Palace hotel is renowned to always come up with innovative yet record breaking trees. A few years ago, they had the tallest Christmas tree in Ghana. This year, it looks like they have the most elaborate tree. With lights and gifts estimated to be in millions and Christmas characters all around the tree, you will struggle not to get into the Christmas mood after visiting this hotel.


Golden Tulip – One of the oldest luxury hotels in Ghana, Golden Tulip always has a way of creating a Christmas atmosphere around this period. Just enter the lobby and you will be dazzled by that tall green tree with colourful lights and huge gifts all around. Christmas carols playing in the background and a host of Christmas activities lined up make you want to stay there till January.


Holiday Inn – Not the biggest or the most fancy but this got a spot in our list of best Christmas trees by virtue of it’s placement. Strategically placed in the corner of the lobby, it’s elegance just attracts you no matter what. It doesn’t stand up in your face but i can bet you will take a picture or two of it when you see it. It’s position also doesn’t make it interfere with normal traffic flow where people walk across your perfect picture. The Christmas fever just engulfs you when you finally spot this tree.


African Regent – A hotel that perfectly blends local culture with international standards, you expect a masterclass from African regent Hotel. That’s exactly what’s on offer here. The Christmas tree here looks so natural you will think it was cut from the lawn outside. Decorated with some really colourful gift boxes and lights alongside some tingling carols playing, Christmas is definitely almost here. If you need a local feel of a Christmas tree, then welcome to African Regent Hotel.

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