By Samson Echenim
Aba’s flagship hotel, Hotel du Golf, says it is offering its guests 30 percent discount on all rooms and free breakfast across its room categories for guests who make full payments for rooms.
Gibson Ejimogu, general manager, Hotel du Golf told business a.m in an interview that to set the mood for valentine for its estimable guests, all rooms in the hotel had been decorated with flowers that emit the mood of the season.
“On Val Day, the hotel is offering a la carte and we are slashing the price of the meals by half. This means our guests only have to pay 50 percent of the total meal cost. We are also offering free swimming in our exotic swimming pool, free gym, as well as cake and champagne display this valentine period till February 15,” Ejimogu said.
Located on 1-3 Margret Avenue, European Quarters, Old GRA, the 4-star Hotel du Golf, is Abia State’s biggest, attracting scores of guest seeking affordable luxury from across South-East Nigeria and other neighbouring states.
“We have just marked our two years anniversary and we are humbled by the level of patronage from our guests across Nigeria and from overseas. When we started operation, we decided to redefine hospitality in this region and that has been our core objective. With constant feedback from our guests through questionnaires, we are on top our guests’ needs and we keep training and retraining staff for best service delivery” added Ejimogu, a former president of National Union of Hotels and Personal Service Workers and NLC representative at the National Productivity Centre.
Places attractions around the hotel include the Aba Sports Club, the Cinema, Market Square, Naval Base, PZ factory, and the New Market, GRA. The Ariara International Market and the Shopping Centre, a popular textile materials market is just four kilometres away. The Abia State Polytechnic is also at sight.
“We are committed to a maintenance culture that is novel in this part of the world. The credibility that we bring into hospitality is something our guests are proud of and we continue to take guests’ complaints with the seriousness and urgency they require,” Ejimogu concluded.