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    Ghana Hotel & Resort Travel Guide

    Much of life in Ghana takes place outside on the streets due largely to the stifling heat that creeps its way indoors mid-day. From the windows of hotels in Ghana, you can spot sidewalks crowded by women bedecked in bold patterned cloths, suited businessmen catching up on the days news with tribal chiefs, markets overflowing with local handicrafts, and flowers exploding in vivid bursts of color.

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    Many of the top hotels in Ghana are located in Accra, the waterfront capital with a modern landscape, congested streets, shanty towns, hip nightlife, gourmet restaurants, and shady suburbs. Take advantage of cheap hotel deals in Ghana, and book rooms overlooking the Gulf of Guinea to catch cool breezes and great views, then spend your days exploring the local markets, National Museum, and white-sand beaches.

    Ghana hotel deals near Busua and Dixcove are perfect for sun-worshippers and swimmers. The two fishing villages boast some of the country's best beaches and Ghana hotels, and the waters are also good for surfing. Many Ghana hotel packages in Busua offer special discount rates on tours of the nearby ruins of Fort Batenstein.

    To catch a glimpse of traditional life in the country, find a cheap hotel deal in Ghana in Kumasi, once the capital of the powerful Ashanti kingdom. Although Kumasi is now a bustling metropolis, visits to the Manhyia Palace Museum and the National Cultural Centre Complex bring to life Ashanti history and culture. The Cultural Centre even includes a model Ashanti village that offers workshops highlighting traditional crafts like kente cloth weaving, brass working, and batik cloth dyeing.

    To delve even deeper in to Ashanti history, take a personalized tour of the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum. The fascinating displays showcase the Ashanti king Prempeh II's war attire, royal insignia, jewelry, ceremonial clothing, protective amulets, and gold art.

    If you love shopping, book a cheap Ghana hotel deal near the Kejetia Market in Kumasi. Make reservations at low prices, then spend your savings at the huge market, rumored to be the largest in West Africa. Underneath the rusting tin roofs are hundreds of stalls filled with everything from batik and bracelets to kente cloth, second-hand shoes, foodstuffs, bootleg electronics, and dried chameleons.

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    Ghana is always hot and humid, but the weather is most tolerable from November to April. During this dry season, the roads remain in good shape and the mosquitoes are less bothersome. The animals in Mole National Park tend to congregate around watering holes during this time, creating ample opportunities to spot elephants, warthogs, buffalo, hippos, and colobus monkeys.

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    Hotels in Accra

    Labadi Beach Hotel - Accra Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars

    Labadi Beach Hotel

    1 Laby Pass, Accra - Map
     
     
    "Great Hotel"
    Great hotel with good facilities, cleans Nd very relaxing environment. Superb service. Proximity to the beach a major plus. I will come back.
    Traveller from Lagos , Nigeria
    Situated on landscaped gardens adjacent to Labadi Beach, this 5-star Accra hotel is about 4 miles (6.5 km) from both Kotoka …More
    The Aknac Hotel - Accra Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars
    $120

    The Aknac Hotel

    Trasacco Valley, Accra - Map
     
     
    "Not very good location, as it is far from amenitie"
    Real good staff and very friendly, Internet problem in the rooms, Overall hotel is too hot most of the time. Breakfast is poor and almost always the same. Gym, most of equipment aged badly and not working. very bad smell not nice
    Traveller from london
    The Aknac Hotel enjoys a quiet location in affluent Trasacco Valley. Kotoka International Airport is a 20-minute drive, while …More
    Airport West Hotel - Accra Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Airport West Hotel

    137 Airport Residential, Airport West, Accra - Map
     
     
    3.6 out of 5 (11 reviews)
    Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1 mi (1.6 km) from Accra Mall and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Wild Gecko Handicrafts …More

    Hotels in Kumasi

    Golden Tulip Kumasi City - Kumasi Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Golden Tulip Kumasi City

    1 Rain Tree Street, Kumasi - Map
     
     
    "Nice, quiet, clean, very friendly staff"
    Enjoyed the breakfast a lot outdoors by the pool also. Got bit by some mosquitoes though.
    A Traveller
    Located in the heart of Kumasi, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Manhyia Palace, Kejetia Market, and Saint Peter's …More
    Hotel De Texas - Kumasi Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Hotel De Texas

    Plot 11 Block 1, Hudson Road, Asokwa, Kumasi - Map
     
     
    3.4 out of 5 (11 reviews)
    Situated in Kumasi, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Kumasi Sports Stadium, Kejetia Market, and Saint Peter's Cathedral …More
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    Rees Hotel

    Hudson St,, Kumasi - Map
     
     

    Hotels in Busua

    Busua Beach Resort - Busua Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Busua Beach Resort

    Agona Ahanta 80, Busua - Map
     
     
    "Dated hotel in good location, lacking in service"
    The location is nice (right by the beach which is public (i.e. accessible to local people from outside the hotel as well but that's no bother) and rather nice). The rooms vary from good (esp. beach facing newer chalets) over mediocre (other units with the - unfortunately - only too typical Ghanaian quality-in-detail issues (e.g. our shower enclosure was about to topple down and didn't allow closing the door - which apparently wasn't seen as an issue by hotel management) to truly bad (some of our group stayed in truly old rooms with horrible carpet, a shared hallway and entrance with another room, and duvets that were fraying, dusty, and absolutely unacceptable for a hotel charging such prices (though the last point got corrected after complaining). All in all some members of our party had to move rooms three times in four days after complaining about the quality of the first rooms. That's typical of the overall service we received. The restaurant staff were friendly and their service okay. Cleaning staff mostly as well - apart from the room not being cleaned until after 17:30 one day!. The beach/pool staff sometimes couldn't be asked to arrange the beach chairs/loungers - which is their job. Similar experiences with the reception staff. Overall pretty disappointing service (for the price) which is unacceptable for a hotel of this size and (attempted) class.
    Traveller from London
    Situated in Busua, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Fort Metal Cross.More