Fiesta Royale Hotel

Motorway Extension, Accra, Ghana | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Motorway Extension, Accra, is near Cape Coast Castle, Elmina Castle, Saint George's Castle, and Bojo Beach.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsFiesta Royale Hotel Accra

    Reviewed by sherry33

    A few dos and donts at Fiesta Royal

    Reviewed Feb 7, 2011
    by (1 review) , Ghana Flag of Ghana

    While entering the hotel, warn the driver - apart from a huge traffic jam and pollution, Road cease to exist as you are entering the hotel. It's mini lake and you may need a small boat to enter the hotel if you are unlucky to reach the day when you reached and it rained heavily. Secondly, after 6pm, do not, and I repeat do not, venture into the lanes adjacent to the hotel- its full of armed robbers. If you are travelling with family, do not go to coffe shop or restaurant in the evening/night- as it will invariablt will have a few prostitiutes seeking your business. And, never open the door on a knock at night, it will be prostitute in the name of room-service.

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