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Maasankofah Hotel

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Accra, Ghana
Reviewed 17 June 2015

My wife and I had our honeymoon at MaaSankofah Hotel and we loved every bit of our stay there. the excitement and excellent service provision was so much that my wife always ask we go there again. what i loved about our stay was the cooking of the meal from scratch; and believe it as very delicious like home cooked...

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New York City, New York
Reviewed 2 November 2014

I've stayed at Maasankofah Hotel on 2 different occasions in 2014. Its a moderate sized guesthouse with about 8 or 9 rooms at a reasonable price (150 cedis/night at the time I stayed there). The house itself is situated on a hill overlooking the rest of Aburi, with Accra in the distance so you can imagine how beautiful and breathtaking...

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4Thank Agyam
Epsom, England, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 September 2012

We had stayed at the Botanical Gardens in Aburi and it was truly post-apocylyptic dystopian nightmare. This was a breath of fresh air by comparison. Unpretentious, comfortable, clean, friendly and with pretty grounds and friendly staff. The manager is simply lovely. We will stay there again when we visit next year.

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Additional Information about Maasankofah Hotel

Address: Oleenu Road | Behind Peduase Presidential lodge, Aburi, Ghana
Region: Ghana > Eastern Region > Aburi
Number of rooms: 12
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Agyam, 2 Nov 2014 | Read review
“best rooms are upstairs”
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