Hotel De Pearl located at Okpavie community in Oleh kingdom, Isoko South South local government area, has been commissioned by HRM Anthony William Ovrawah Omogha 1, the Odiologbo of Oleh kingdom and chairman Isoko traditional council at the weekened.
Speaking at the event, the monarch urged chief executive officer of the hotel, Chief Ambassador Anthony Okoro, chairman Oleh council of chiefs to ensure peaceful environment and prayed for blessing, long life and wisdom in the management of the hotel.
The royal majesty commended chief Okoro for been prudent and resourceful in building the edifice, which according to him has contributed to the development of the area. The monarch noted that the hotel is built for patronage and sued for cooperation and peace from all that will lodge the hotel.
While declaring the hotel open, the royal majesty enjoined residents of the area to be accommodative even as he prayed God to bless whoever will lodge the hotel. The monarch who was fascinated at the modern equipment’s installed, commended chief Anthony Okoro for investing in Oleh kingdom.
Speaking to news newsmen, the chief executive officer of the hotel, Chief Ambassador Anthony Okoro thanked God for providing the resources used for building the edifice. He noted that hotel De Pearl is for hospitality and comfort, emphasizing that “the lodger will be rejuvenated and refreshed as the hotel is a home away from home”.
Chief Okoro while assuring of maximum comfort and security maintained that, light in the hotel runs for 24hours, adding that there are 11 rooms and each has air condition, fan and water heater facility.
He commended the monarch for declaring the hotel open even as he noted that hotel De pearl is located in a serene environment at number 3, Eraro Street, off Ozoro road, Okpavie community Oleh kingdom.