Justice Hotel

Address: Accra Rd., Kumasi, Ghana | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJustice Hotel Kumasi

Reviewed by anna-leese.k

Not so good

Reviewed Dec 21, 2013
by (3 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

There was pretty bad service the women would not let us all sleep in the same room but had to sleep in seperate doubles. The rooms were dirty and some taps broken. We found an employee sleeping on our bed before we actually had booked the room. Although the rooms were spacious and there was a TV and fridge even though i don't know if they work. 40 cedi for a double room without including breakfast.

The closet
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Yvette and I's bed
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The shower
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TripAdvisor Reviews Justice Hotel Kumasi

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Kumasi

Final day of classes with the pastors

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on May 04, 2015

3 photos

... ve been asked even recently several questions about the Passover, preparation for it, who can take it and so forth, so I had prepared a message along that line with some powerpoint slides. This isn’t the Passover time period, but Paul wrote about preaching the word “in season and out of season” (II Timothy 4:2), so this was going to be a message slightly out of season.

I had planned an hour for this topic, but ...

Trip to Kumasi

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Apr 29, 2015

2 photos

... power outages in the capital city. Just imagine the impact that is having on business and the fairly fragile economy. Politicians are all promising to fix it, but no one believes any of them anymore. The interior minister has pledged to get the power grid fixed by the end of summer of he will resign. We’ll see how that goes…

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Monkey see, monkey do

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Oct 25, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... met the guide I would be working with and the manager for the monkey sanctuary, both of whom asked how long I would be staying and when I replied that I had no idea and hadn't been given any information was told that they had been told I would be there only 5 days, and that wasn't really long enough and why wasn't I staying longer. Again I explained that they'd been given more information than I had and that of course I'd rather be staying longer than 5 days but apparently such ...

Hakuna Matata

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment

... and were supposed to be visiting a village, but in the end decided against it and were no particularly tired. They were distracted in the afternoon by the making of a local dish fufu which is essentially mashed cassava and yam that's mashed by placing everything in a very very large wooden mortar and mashed by a 5ft long wooden pole It takes hours upon hours to make and ends up the consistency of bread dough and tastes mostly of the dirty wooden utensils used to make ...

Ghana day 1

A travel blog entry by beksfayette on Feb 25, 2014

Ghana! 2/25/14Erin and I finally arrived in Ghana ,Africa on Tuesday. We first arrived in Accra and waited for the connecting flight to Kumasi . Our flight was called and we went to the gait to check in. They forgot to give us boarding passes and we ended up at the wrong gate! After being searched four times (wasn't one time enough ?) we made it to the correct ...

Traveler Photos Justice Hotel Kumasi

The bathroom
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The television
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The closet
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Yvette and I's bed
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The shower
Kumasi, Ghana