This hotel is a cut above the standard you might have come to expect from the Holiday Inn brand elsewhere in the world, and the cluster of expensive suits usually found milling around in the bar area is an accurate sign of the property’s popularity with the business world. The lobby is an airy space full of floral displays and modern African wood sculptures, but from a leisure aspect it’s perhaps the Med-style pool – an inviting sight on a hot day – that’s the main draw. The rooms are good, with all the amenities you’d expect – it makes sense to take the Superior over the similarly priced Deluxe. There’s a wide food offering from the pool-side bar (hugely popular on Friday evenings for the sunset), as well as the bar in the lobby and the Wiase Restaurant, which does a superb buffet, especially on Sunday afternoons when locals flock to enjoy a vast Ghanaian spread. If you want to sample a full range of Ghanaian cuisine in one go, come here and stock up.