Rolyal Diamond Hotel in a bid to give its teeming guests the royal treat they deserve has a variety of local and international delicacies with a rivers specialties.
Notable among its local delicacies is the riverine native soup that is prepared with variety of seafood thus making it rich in protein. It is an ideal place to have a tranquil breakfast and romantic dinner with friends and family.
The hotel’s manager, Mr. Bassey Akpan told The Tide on Sunday that the hotel is popularly known for its African dishes such as Afang soup, porridge plantain, native soups among others.
He also added that the hotel is upgrading its rooms from the present 22 elegant ensuite rooms to 80 in order to give its guests a more elegant, spacious and royal service.
Mr. Akpan said on completion, the hotel will have in its fleets, modern halls, conference rooms, bigger restaurants and bars, swimming pool and gymnasium.
According to him, the expansion will enable Royal Diamond to have an edge in the highly competitive hospitality industry in Nigeria.
He also said the hotel has well trained personnel that carry out services in a first class and standardized manner and treat guests in a royal manager because the customers are the best.
He explained that the royal service starts at the reception where the business desk is well equipped to render secretarial and communication services efficiently and courteously.
With a serene environment, its bar has a variety of exotic drinks that sooths the quest’s nerve after a hard day’s job. There is also the hanging bar which is a part of the hotel’s building exposed to the sky to enable the guests have fresh air and a more relaxed atmosphere.
Commenting on the bar, a guest at the hotel said what attracted him to Royal Diamond “is the hanging bar because when you are there it seems you are on top of the world. It is as if you are ruling the world”.
Royal Diamond Hotel is situated off Artillery junction, Rumuogba area, Aba Road, Port Harcourt. Its centralized location ensures easy access to Trans-Amadi Industrial Layout, the Eleme-Onne axis of Rivers State home of the two Refineries, Fertiliser plant and the Port Complex, Government House and the state Secretariat Complexes and Port Harcourt International Airport.