Reverend Father Andrew Campbell, Parish Priest of the Christ the King Catholic Church, said leaders of the Hotel must be appreciative and grateful to the almighty God for seeing them through all the trying moments till now.
He also commended management for their continuous commitment and support to the Weija Leprosarium.
He urged the Hotel to extend its support to other compassionate individuals in the society for the development of the country.
The five-star facility opened on August 22, 1991, with 110 rooms, two bars and two restaurants could now boast of 54 luxury rooms, four executive suits and two presidential suites.
Mr Charles Darko Yeboah, the Financial Controller, Lababi Beach Hotel, recounting the history said the facility has gone through various structural changes albeit maintaining its unique food services.
He said the construction works of the facility were completed within 11 months to enable them host the Non-Aligned Movement in 1991.
Mr Yeboah said the Hotel has since kept a very high standard, which has brought them enviable successes over the years with the awards of the hotel of the year.
Mr Michael Rathgeb, the New General Manager of the Hotel, said the facility is committed to customer service and would continue to expand its facilities to serve clients better.
He said as part of the celebration, the Hotel would be providing special packages for customers.
The occasion which had the Winneba Youth Choir in attendance was also used to honour some staff members who have dedicated themselves in long service to the growth of the hotel.
Source: GNA/News Ghana