In a statement copied to wildLEAKx, the Management indicated that Mrs Amoateng has met and exceeded the expectation of them by not only marketing the hotel globally, but also promoting the culture-rich country of Ghana to the world, leveraging her wealth of network and influence.
She was appointed an Ambassador for the Hotel in 2019, following President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo’s “Year of Return” declaration, which saw many people in the diaspora coming home and experiencing our rich Ghanaian culture at Royal Senchi.
“Two years on, the quantum of visits to Ghana and the hotel and the potential numbers in the months and years ahead, are traceable to her role, which leaves Management in no uncertain position to renew the relationship with the Media Personality par excellence – a proud daughter of the land.
“The peak of the pandemic was a very challenging period to many businesses, especially for us in the tourism/hospitality space.
“The period, however, also presented us with the opportunity to essentially appreciate our strengths and capabilities, putting in more work when it became critical to turn things around,” part of the statement signed by the General Manager, Mr Gerard Schraven read.
“In the face of grim challenges, Mrs Amoateng made sure the Hotel received a constant flow of guests from various parts of the world.
“During her tenure the hotel got a number of recognitions, including winning the best River Front Resort in Africa early this year.
“It has been a wonderful journey with her and we look forward to an even better future together,” they stated.
The statement added: “The Royal Senchi Resort shall continue to be committed to promoting our time-honored heritage and artistry with a jealously-guarded set of values and devotion to class.