The Front Office Manager for the newly dedicated Millennium Guest House and Suites, Chester C. Nah, says in order for a country to be developed, focus should be given to tourism and other activities.
Speaking in an interview with reporters on Wednesday, 20 December he stresses that tourism plays a major role in building a nation, noting that the issue of tourism cannot be over emphasized.
According to him, the Millennium Guest House and Suites is owned by the Seventh Day Adventists Church, but managed by the Afraid Land Hotel from Ivory Coast.
The newly dedicated facility, which consists of 50 bedrooms, was dedicated by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf led by senior officials of government and business individuals.
Mr. Nay declines to give the cost of the construction, adding that work is still ongoing at the hotel to include restaurant and children playground, among others.
“What we’re giving out to the public is the gym and the conference hall that takes about 500 persons, meeting room, and a swimming pool.”
“We trying to work on the system issue, we are putting some system in place, beginning with training of every worker to boost the morale of the hotel”, he adds.
By Lewis S. Teh-Editing by Jonathan Browne