Photos Of Inaki Williams’ Multi-Million Dollar Hotel Pops Online

Photos Of Inaki Williams' Multi-Million Dollar Hotel Pops Up Online

Latest report indicates that Black Stars forward, Inaki Williams, has reportedly constructed a hotel in his hometown, Akyem Achiase in the Easton Region. Photos of this multi-million dollar project has surfaced online with many surprised at the huge investment made by the young football talent.

The name of the hotel is San Mames Hotel, which is boldly written on the building in red together with the logo, the face of a lion.

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The hotel is getting close to completion as it is only a few adjustments away from being ready. It has a conference room, a restaurant, guest rooms, and many more facilities.

The hotel is named after Athletic Club’s 39,000-seated capacity stadium, San Mames, fuelling the rumours of Inaki being the owner of the multi-million dollar project.

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Inaki Williams was born to Ghanaian parents in Basque, Spain where he has lived all his life.

He switched nationality to play for Ghana in June 2022, honoring the country of his ancestry despite being born in Spain and thus holding dual nationality.

Inaki Williams Hotel

About Inaki Williams

Inaki Williams Arthuer is a professional footballer who plays as a forward for La Liga club Athletic Bilbao and the Ghana national team.
He was born on 15th June, 1994.

Inaki Williams was born in Bilbao, Biscay to Ghanaian parents (who reached Spain by crossing the Sahara on foot and jumping the Melilla border fence).

Williams spent most of his childhood living in Pamplona, specifically the Rochapea  neighbourhood, and was playing youth football with local CD Pamplona when he was spotted by Athletic Bilbao, who signed him to their youth setup at Lezama at the age of 18.

He spent his first season with the Juvenil A side and made a big impression, scoring at the rate of almost a goal a game (eventually ending with 36); the team finished runners-up in the Copa del Rey Juvenil de Fútbol, and on 25 June 2013 he signed a new contract with the Basque club, running until 2017

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