Part of the same group that owns the acclaimed Coconut Grove Beach Resort outside Elmina, this decade-old city property isn’t quite as enticing as its coastal cousin but still has considerable appeal. It offers just 36 rooms but has the feel of a hotel far bigger than that, and an elevated pool terrace makes it a pleasant spot in which to unwind. Not all the red-brick exteriors are as aesthetically pleasing as they might be, it has to be said, but a location close to the city’s business and embassy quarter gives it an obvious pull and the rooms themselves are decked out with traditional Ghanaian designs. There’s a popular Sunday brunch from 10am to 4pm every weekend. Extensive conference facilities span three floors. There’s a discount on weekends.