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This is a typical over-priced hotel in Ghana that really doesn't understand customer service. I could have written the same summary about so many hotels we stayed in in Ghana. It looked ok on the outside, in a nicer part of town. Reception also was...More
Accra is a fascinating place to be by day, but for the nights a restful comfortable hotel is just what is needed. The Erata is on the outskirts of the city, is close to the N4 with easy access back in to the city, the...More
I have now stayed a total of three weeks on two separate visits at this hotel. It is clean, pleasant, and well-managed. It’s staff are quite well mannered, respectful, and helpful at all. The place is definitely quirky… That is, The rooms are laid out...More
My company organizes training for staff every month.I was changing venues from time to time because of space.Till i found them.I am able to hold conferences there because they have all sizes of conference halls for my training.The problem i have with them is the...More
Hotel staff are friendly. Breakfast is okay.
The room was basic but fine. Cleaned daily.
The hotel layout is a bit of a maze.
Tv service quality is very poor. Someone keeps flipping the channels.
There was noise from the restaurant every morning (I initially...More
The hotel is about 15-20 minutes from the airport (with traffic). I purchased a tour package but I think the cost for the double room was less than $100. My travel dates were Oct. 31 - Nov. 11, which may have influenced the... More
The hotel is about 15-20 minutes from the airport (with traffic). I purchased a tour package but I think the cost for the double room was less than $100. My travel dates were Oct. 31 - Nov. 11, which may have influenced the cost. Hope this helps.