Fiesta Royale Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFiesta Royale Hotel Accra
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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... will be used for the boys that have been given the opportunity to come to the UK. We spent the rest of the afternoon with the boys and eventually ended up saying goodbye to them as this was our last day with them. It was really emotional as we had really grown to love them all and get along with them. We also had to say good bye to some of the volunteers as we weren't going to be seeing them again. That evening we were off out ...
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