Aylo's Bay in Atimpoku is an ideal spot from which to visit the Volta Dam and to enjoy a dazzling view that includes the spectacular bridge which acts as a gateway to the Volta Region.Located on the riverbank, 500m. from the Adomi bridge, on the Akosombo road, Aylos Bay offers both an excellent outdoor restaurant and comfortable accommodation
One great little hostle is called Big Milly's Backyard. A small hotel for rucksack travellers. Simple. Cosy. A garden surrounded with walls with small houses, rooms, cold beer and a snack three times a day.
It’s an ideal place to recover, when you’re traveling for a while and you’d always sleep in basic facilities.
The rooms are very clean and the food is OK.
It’s an artificial place but it’s an interesting place.
Because, where can you have dinner, while there’re crocodiles swimming below your feet?
There're also domesticated monkeys.
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It was a refreshing and relaxing stay in this compound.
The bungalows were very clean and the view was terrific.
When the ocean is calm and the sun is shinning, you can say this place is like heaven.
The only negative thing is, that the kitchen is very bad.
But you can always walk to Axim city along the coastline.
Mole Hotel is situated near Laranbanga, inside the Mole National Park.
The accommodation is alright and I can’t complain of the kitchen.
The swimming pool is very refreshing after a day of walking in the bush.
When you’re in Beyin for a visit at the Amansuri Conservation and Integrated Development Project. You have two options when you stay overnight, the old fort or the bamboo hut on the beach. You have to pay and collect your key at the Ghana Wildlife Society office, beside the main road.
This is the other sleeping facility in Beyin, the old fort is also in management of Ghana Wildlife Society in partnership with the western Nzema traditional council. Here you share all the facilities with other travelers. The Ghana Wildlife Society also manages several projects in the area. You’ll find info at the office.
Akuma Village has a splendid location on the cliffs, above the ocean and is just a few minutes away of the city-centre.
It has a nice shady garden with terraces, overlooking the ocean with fishing boats and a small beach, reachable by steep steps.
The rooms are basic with shared toilets and showers, all very clean.
The place is frequented by rastaboys. In the bar they have lovely music.
Rooms and suites are very well accomodated with new and modern furniture, included stereo and Sat television.
Hotel is really very comfortable, owner is a Ghanaian who travelled a lot in Europe and mixes Ghanaian and European hospitalities.
The hotel is very clean and provides with a excellent service.
Hotel is in a very quiet place and not far from city centre and activities.
The garden: around a nice swimming pool, you will find a combination of English and French gardens, a wonderful bar made around a tree with hundreds of different bottles.
The restaurant is also very good.
The Osu district has plenty of hotels like this one, so it's worthwhile shopping around, even on foot. Our friends took us around and we saw several places, and settled on Penta Hotel for combination of cleaniness, price, and service, although in this part of town the service is generally quite high. The location was great, as we could easily walk to a number of restaurants. The main thing is to avoid the hotels near the airport, which is far from everything. I don't like the coastal hotels either, frankly, as I'm more interested in getting a good meal by walking down the street. The Osu district is as upscale as one can get in Accra, providing such an opportunity.
I don't recall a pool, but satellite televisionn, AC, and a view across the boulevard were all there. It was not the sort of place to spend the day, but it was quite adequate for our purposes. The beds were new and the room was clean and comfortable. Right next door was a Lebonese restaurant where we ate breakfast, but there were also several eateries available within the block. Prices in Accra are higher than other parts of the country though.
When I first landed in Accra, I was driven to this hotel. After a 6 hr flight from Adis the drive seemed to be a really long one and finally I reached the hotel in a place callled Tesano in Accra. It took me 45 minutes to beat the traffic and reach there. It is a 2 star hotel.
To my surprise the hotel was a small one, but the staff immensly friendly and were always up to service me. The rooms although slightly small were cosy. They have a small swimming pool too.
The restaurant has a limited menu, so I suggest you venture out after you have tasted couple of dishes as rest of them taste almost same. But the neighbourhood is good and not crowded, you can take a stroll and reach a junction where you can find plenty variety to eat.
Overall a comfortable place to stay.
I stayed in this hotel in 2004. It was during the off-season that I stayed there and hence it was less crowded. The hotel offers a breath-taking view of the Dam and the volta lake. The scene from the restarant just mesmerises you as you stand there admiring the gushing water and the vast lake. The hotel is essentially a leisure resort, a good holiday can be spent there if one is interested to be close to the nature in a calm and quiet environment. The staff was very friendly and always at service and in my experience they went out of the way to help me out. The restaurant is a good place to try out traditional ghanian dishes and it offers a lot of veriety in that respect. Overall a pleasant experience.
In 2004 when I first stayed in this hotel. I think I must be their first customer. Every one was eager to service me and very friendly. I could see the construction still going on in the second wing. The rooms here are big by any standards and as it was new at that point of time it was very neat and clean.
Being a new hotel there were'nt many people staying there, butI made it a point to only stay in Crysta Royal in my subsequebt visits to Accra.
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The three budgethotels downtown, I know myself are the Nkrumah Memorial Hotel at the Kojo Thompson road, and further north
California hotel (with a nice porch) and opposite the Crown Prince Hotel (not very good). If one has no rooms left, you can easily go to one of the others.
On the walls of the restaurant of Nkrumah Memorial Hotel are funny wallpaintings of Nkrumah and Rawlings.
In December 2003, I didn't see these hotels anymore from the minibus. People in the bus told me, that the California Hotel still exist, but moved to another place.
we have a variety of accomodations in ghana from hotels to motels,guest houses,hostels etc.we have expensive and luxurious hotels, middle class hotels and cheap ones as well.we have hotels like the la palm beach hotel, the golden tulip hotel, the elmina resort beach hotel, the novotel, the labadi pleasure beach hotel just to mention a few which are expensive and luxurious. we have hotels like the avenida hotel, prince way hotel, bay view hotel etc which are moderate and very nice and we have cheap ones like the bell view hotel, kingscourt hotel,nyansapow in elmina etc.this is just t mention a few.we also have guest houses which are moderate price.there are also hostels lke the ywca and ymca which are very cheap but always filled to capacity.
the hotels have good customer care and are safe to live in expect for some few ones which are swarming with call girls.
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