Tang Palace Hotel menu

Those who appreciate luxury totally understand that quality doesn’t come cheap.

But in a country where prestigious jobs pay coins, one may be thinking people are not ‘chilling’. Sorry to burst your bubble but people are actually living the life, I mean “de” life.

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¢58,000 converts to somewhere around $15,000, not much for people with very deep pockets. In the plush Tang Palace Hotel, located at Roman Ridge, Accra, the price of a mere bottle of wine costs more than 90% of Ghanaians’ annual salary. Hold up! the cheapest bottle of wine costs ¢1,800, around $460, whilst the most expensive sits at ¢58,000.

Remember this amount can get you a “tear-rubber” saloon car or even an elegant SUV if you try hard.

But before you go all whiny on us, see the menu from the Tang Palace Hotel’s restaurant in the photo below.


The hotel’s premises

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Tang Palace Hotel’s menu

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As they say, there is no smoke without fire, you may want to check out the place where they charge as much as ¢58,000 for a bottle of wine. It’s heaven on earth, believe it or not. See below photos of the Tang Palace Hotel.

 

Their rooms

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Bathrooms

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Continental restaurant

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Their gym, after that expensive wine and food, you may need to work it all out

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Pool side

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The big question still holds, would you dish out ¢58,000 from your account and splash it on a bottle of wine? Let us know in the comment box below.

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