The African Regent Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

237/238 Airport West, P. O. Box CT6143, Accra, Ghana
The African Regent Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 58% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples84
  • Solo66
  • Business73

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Going to Ghana in July 2008

by Melly2418


I'm going to Accra this summer for about 10 days in July. I am going on a tour (for the first 7 days) and I hope to spend a few days in a hotel. Does any one have any suggestions on hotels and things to do?

Thanks for you help

Re: Going to Ghana in July 2008

by atufft

Sure, check out my pages for Ghana and cities within. Click on my member name, navigate to my "travel pages", and then to Ghana, Accra, Kumasi, etc. I have plenty of images for the activities that we did. Have fun on your tour...

Re: Going to Ghana in July 2008

by Melly2418

Thanks your page is helpful -- Can't wait to go

Re: Going to Ghana in July 2008

by atufft

Don't forget to provide the reward of comments and ratings for the tips you visit, and when you return plan to make your contribution. As it stands now, Ghana has very few "Top 5" destinations by VT standards, even though I think the places I visited were easily worth more than another trip to Europe.

Re: Going to Ghana in July 2008

by georginaantwi

Hiya I stayed at this cool which had a pool AND generator AND hot water AND was fully airconditioned. I found them at this site Check it out it might be what you are looking for. Have a safe journey Ghana is so so cool

Re: Going to Ghana in July 2008

by boaricah

How are you melly? checkout this site for Hotels these are Hotles closer to the beach.

And checkout this site
there are various hotles i Ghana most of them in Accra the capital.

Travel Tips for Accra

Village life in the compound

by sachara

When I visited Accra, I liked it to stay in Madina just outside Accra, not far from Legon University. From the main road where the lorries stopped there were some small paths between the houses to reach the house and the compound of my friend. At some places you had to jump over narrow open sewers. At sunday almost every tenth house along this route seemed to be a church with cheerful singing and dancing people.

The life in the compound was mostly easygoing, if you didn't need to fetch water or find firewood or charcoal. The older kids were looking after the younger kids. The girls were bearing their little brother or sister wrapped at their back.

Nice place in Osu

by Alpha_Ghana about Brunchie

Some small tables, two pool tables, video games. Don't go there after 6:30 PM, too many small boys playing and making noise. Some fast food restaurant, but good quality.
On cantonments Road, what they call Accra Oxford Street, there are a lot of Lebabese who run fast food restaurant. Menu are as infect as our Mc Do.
Brunchie is good and offers the best ice creams in town.

I visited Brunchie again in 2004: the place is not anymore like before. managers are no anymore behind the bar and so, food quality has decreased together with ambiance.
Ice cream has also lost quality.

Accra: The heart of the Golden country

by Djamal

"Safe & Friendly"

Ghana is an exceptionally friendly country; it is one of the friendliest and safest country in west Africa. In my opinion, it is by far the best country to visit in West Africa, it has a rich history, beautiful parks, breathtaking beaches and very cheap too. Hotels may cost you more than anything else.


Accra is the capital of Ghana, the people of Accra are –like the rest of the country – friendly and the city is very welcoming. I highly recommend that you spend at least 2 days in Accra if you are planning on visiting other towns in Ghana. There are a few places that you don’t want to miss. Keep in mind that Accra is not a city that has high rises in Downtown, it has dusty roads lined with open sewers but it has great people with warm hearts and a beautiful smile.

"Nkrumah museum"

If you are in Accra and interested in history, you must visit "Nkrumah museum". He was the first president of Ghana and one of Africa's popular leaders.


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 The African Regent Hotel

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Address: 237/238 Airport West, P. O. Box CT6143, Accra, Ghana