Turn your trip to Ghana into an exceptional stay by staying in our 4- and 5-star hotels! Comfort await you in your Golden Tulip hotel room. Our high-end services allow you to relax during your stay with your family or your business trip. You’ll also love the exotic flavors we serve up at our restaurants.
Explore national parks to observe animals and landscapes
Visit the ancient Portuguese forts built in the 15th-16th centuries
Discover a turbulent history from empire to independence
Sail on Lake Volta and venture into the surrounding areas
Tread on the hot sand of the beaches of the Gulf of Guinea
Stroll through its markets with a thousand scents, colors and flavors
Visit Ghana from our hotels
About to land on the former Gold Coast? Our comfortable hotels in Ghana will receive you with their warm decor. Once you’ve set down your things, it’s time to explore. The African country is full of fabulous landscapes! Don't wait a moment longer to discover this West African country. The national parks, in particular Mole and Kakum, feature savannah and tropical forest. Nature opens its doors to you near our hotels in the African Republic. If you have a preference for history, the forts established on the coast are sure to make you happy. These well-preserved buildings were built by Europeans starting in the 15th century. From our hotels in Ghana, take a trip to the cities of Accra and Kumasi. In Accra, make sure you visit Fort Christiansborg and the Mausoleum of Kwame Nkrumah. In Kumasi, you will surely have a penchant for the Manhyia Palace and the market, located near your hotel.
What is there to do in Ghana?
A stay in Ghana is an opportunity to dive into a little-known culture. You will first discover Accra, the capital, where you will stay in the comfort of the 4-star Golden Tulip Hotel. You will enjoy visiting the sights of the city, such as the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and Fort Christiansborg. You will also visit the surroundings of the lighthouse and browse the fishing port to discover a vibrant atmosphere and taste fresh and tasty food. Discovering Ghana also means making a pilgrimage to the slave trade centers. The Cape Coast region, known for its major role, is home to two essential destinations in the Gulf of Guinea. You will begin by exploring Elmina Castle, a 15th-century Portuguese building. It was initially an isolated fort before becoming a major center during the slave trade. Just like the Cape Coast Castle that you will visit after.
Top 3 natural attractions in Ghana
In Ghana, there are three natural places to be included during your trip, whether you are planning a family or a business trip. You must take the time to visit at least one of these three spectacular sites. You can access them from your 4- or 5-star hotel in Ghana. You will explore Kintampo, a picturesque and charming place whose exotic beauty will seduce you. You will discover a majestic waterfall and Ashanti culture. Then you will plunge into the lushness of Kakum National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will love the rich flora and fauna of its forest. Make sure you cross the rope bridge in the middle of this natural setting. Finally, you can head to Mole National Park, the largest park in Ghana. You can explore it by car and observe majestic and wild animal species.