Where to Stay : Tang Palace Hotel

In every city on the planet there are those hidden gem hotels just waiting to be found. Sometimes it’s a local who tips you off and sometimes it is just by chance. Those types of hotel usually have something about them that sets them apart from the rest of the city and once you do find them, that’s it, you are hooked. Well with the Tang Palace they certainly have something that really does set them apart from the rest. Wine, beautiful, yummy, gorgeous, wine. They have invested in the absolute best collection of wine in all of West Africa. So if thats your thing, Tangs your place.

One other element of this hotel I do really like is their private dining room. It is set usually for a Chinese style meal, a speciality of the hotel, but I am sure if you did want something else they would provide. But the room itself, is wonderful. It is private, well lit, good AC and easily sit 16 around an amazing table.

Tang has over the last year won a few International Hotel awards and it is easy to see why. Of course it faces all the usual local challenges and the pool is not the most relaxing. However the internet is okay and better than most, and a number of the staff are quite helpful and friendly. This is another hotel where it is easy to see the influence of the experienced General Manager. The decor is very much in the local style, however it also has a flavor of it’s Chinese connection. There is a lot of marble in this hotel.

What the hotel says : Located in one of Accra’s most sought after areas, The Tang Palace Hotel welcomes its guests with all the comforts and personal attention you would expect from an international 4 star hotel. From the freshly cut orchids to the impressive chandeliers to the impeccably dressed and attentive staff, the Tang Palace Hotel focuses on the details that makes your stay memorable. When you arrive and meet our amazing staff and see our facilities you will see little reason to leave, we have some great amenities and things to do on property but we are also not far from other things to do in the center of Accra since we are so centrally located.

Accra Mall – 15 minutes away, featuring shopping, movie theater and dinning
Nearby Dinning and Coffee Shops – There are plenty of dining options and some coffee shops in the surrounding areas.
Accra Polo Grounds – only 10 minutes away this is your spot for polo and other field related enjoyment.
Achimota Golf Course – 15 minutes away this idyllic 18 hole golf course will give you a change to play your favorite game in Ghana.
Marina Mall – 15 minutes away right around the airport another option for dinning and shopping
Achimota Retail Center – 20 minutes away another shopping mall and more choices of restaurants and entertainment, the newest in Accra.
University of Ghana – 20 minutes away, like any University it can be a place for meetings, constant events, and also a botanical gardens.
Osu Oxford street and Mall – 20 minutes away, this is entertainment central, the street is lined with shopping, eateries, restaurants, and another mall.
Nima Grand Mosque – 5 minutes, this mosque is an impressive sight built in the grand style of Istanbul’s Blue Mosque.
James Town – 25 minutes away, also known as Old Accra this is a historic area with 2 colonial forts, a light house and a lot of colonial architecture. It is a good place for art lovers, and to take a walking tour.
Labadi Beach – 25 minutes away, this is the cleanest beach in Accra and is where all the beach chilling goes down on the weekends and evenings, it is a great place to get some fresh air and do a lot of people watching.

What the Guests say from TripAdvisor: Clean rooms, terrible food  : Good for international travelers : Good but service training needed ; Perfect stay 🙂 : Good business hotel  : Lovely Hotel : Very good, but  :  Comfortable stay at the Tang Palace : Excellent for business travel

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