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Stop over at our 4-star hotel in Kumasi and explore Ghana's second largest city. Whether on a business trip or on vacation, treat yourself to a comfortable stay in West Africa by booking a room at our hotel, located in the heart one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in the capital of the Ashanti region....

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What to do in Kumasi

During your stay, you will be keen to visit the military museum at Kumasi Fort, located in the Uaddara barracks. To the north of the city, you will explore the Manhyia Palace, home of the Asantehene, the Ashanti rulers. You will see the courtroom where the traditional council sits. A large collection of antique weapons, precious objects, typical musical instruments and vintage photos is on display. Another must-see in Kumasi, the Center of National Culture, will teach you more about the history of the Ashantis, their artistic and craft heritage, their dances and their theater. Our hotel near the Kumasi Zoological Garden is also the starting point for pleasant walks through Ghana’s only animal sanctuary. It’s away from the hustle and bustle of the city, a place where you can take the time to observe more than 40 species from West Africa.
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Unmissable activities in the city

During your stay at our hotel in Kumasi, you will have the opportunity to familiarize yourself with Ghanaian culture in general, and Ashanti in particular. You will start by getting to know the local gourmet traditions at our Golden Tulip restaurant or during a stroll to the central Kejetia market, followed by a cooking workshop. Then, head for Lake Bosumtwi, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This sacred body of water is, according to the Ashantis, the last place of stay for deceased souls who came to bid farewell to the Twi God. This expanse of water and its green banks framed by mountains are to be explored by canoe, bicycle or horse. In the village of Ntonso, you will discover the secret of Adinkra symbols, these hand-made patterns that adorn Ashanti outfits and fabrics. By participating in the workshops organized by the craftsmen of the village, you will even be able to initiate yourself into this art, if the heart tells you.

Good to know before you go

  • Visit Kumasi Fort and the Military Museum
  • Stroll through the zoological garden
  • Discover Ashanti traditions at Manhyia Palace
  • Open the door of the center of national culture
  • Take a tour of the Kejetia Market (central market)
  • Learn the art of Adinkra symbols in the village of Ntonso

Find a hotel in Kumasi

Twenty minutes' drive from the international airport, the Southern By-Pass and the Dakar - Abidjan - Lagos corridor, our 4-star hotel in Kumasi welcomes you to the heart of the commercial and economic center of Ghana's second city, after Accra. Located in the Adum district, it is lined with restaurants and shops, banks and official buildings, including the metropolitan assembly of Kumasi. Close to tourist spots and cultural centers, our hotel near Kumasi Fort enjoys a privileged position, close to taxi stations and tro-tros. You can take advantage of your stay in the capital of the Ashanti region by discovering the sites of interest close to our hotel, like the military museum, the zoological garden, the Manhyia Palace, the center of national culture or the big market of Kejetia. To unwind after a day spent in the bustle of the city, you can rest in the comfort of our cozy and luxurious rooms.








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