Ankobra Beach Resort

Ankobra Beach Resort

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The picturesque lodge Ankobra Beach offering 16 generously -planned circular bungalows lies on one of the most beautiful beaches of Ghana's west coast. This is, paradise found' for the discerning traveller in search of a time and place beyond the tired offerings of package deal tourism. The German management and their dedicated team aim to build a bridge between Africa and Europe. Relaxation, Lifestyle, Adventure, Professional Hospitality, excellent Dining and superb Service are a matter of course.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Free breakfast
Beach
Bicycle rental
Babysitting
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Public wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
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Currency exchange
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Air conditioning
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Non-smoking rooms
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Family rooms
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Axim Ankobra River Road, Axim 0079 Ghana
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Car recommended
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robofon wrote a review Feb 2020
4.0 of 5 bubbles
A good hotel, clean rooms with AC and good service. The food was good but somewhat pricy. An additional 4% on the bill if you choose to pay with credit card was not to my liking. But in all this is a recommendable place.
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Date of stay: February 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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7mieke wrote a review Mar 2018
Leiden, The Netherlands
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I only came to see the place, which is too expensive for me to sleep. The staff was very friendly, and we decided to have breakfast, with good coffee, fresh fruit and crispy toast. With a very beautiful view and very relaxed circumstances. Very reasonable price by the way.
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Date of stay: December 2017
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Rita Andreas M wrote a review Apr 2014
Munich, Germany
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We enjoyed an oasis of privacy and rest with first class service and food. Our nice designed chalet offered all needed comfort and we loved the restaurant and the very helpful team. Within a wonderful nature we found also very interesting concepts of soft tourism, environment protection connected with local area development. Next time we will stay longer!
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Date of stay: April 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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romadaro wrote a review Apr 2023
Washington DC, District of Columbia
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The beach is fabulous and is where we spent the majority of our time. I understand that the hotel provides tremendous support to the surrounding community and I applaud that and think that’s wonderful. But, to honestly rate the hotel itself, it leaves a lot to be desired.

First and foremost, the internet connection is extremely unreliable. I had a weather related emergency at my home during our stay and the lack of internet access caused us a great deal of stress. In addition, the hotel doesn’t provide any amenities in the room such as facial tissues, shampoo, lotion or hair conditioner, which is pretty standard-at least where I come from. The only thing you get is a small bar of black soap, which is good for 2 showers. But, worst of all, the rooms are dark and the bed mattress is too firm. It was like trying to sleep on a bed of bricks. And don’t even think about trying to read because the lighting is horrible. No way does this property deserve the high ratings that it has been afforded. I wouldn’t recommend to anyone, just based on the internet problems alone.
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Date of stay: April 2023
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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MrTom8024 wrote a review May 2016
Glasgow, United Kingdom
1.0 of 5 bubbles
It has taken me some time to think about posting this review and I hope the resort can use it in a constructive way. I would qualify my review by saying this was my first experience of West Africa and perhaps unfamiliar with the attitude of locals etc. I strongly believe that with a serious shakeup with the staff this resort could be fantastic. What a different review this could have been. On noting other reviews since our trip perhaps the resort has remedied the problems I note below.

Let me start with the positives. We arrived at Ankobra Beach and instantly thought it was paradise. What a beautiful location, stunning beach of white sand and palm trees. The more expensive rooms were beautiful, with good air conditioning, mosquito nets and were very clean. Housekeeping always cleaned well and provided fresh towels/beach towels whenever we needed them. Fantastic in that regard.

Now on to the areas that could be improved.

The staff were the main issue. The word “lazy” springs to mind. I will give a couple of examples. When walking into breakfast and sitting at a table, I would expect one of the many staff members to walk over, greet us and present menus. Generally, after 10 minutes of sitting with nothing in front of us, we always had to walk up to the bar and ask for a menu and for someone to take an order.

The same applied for lunch. After a couple of days we realised this was the norm. Generally you waited 40 minutes to an hour for any food. Regardless of whether it was a cheese pizza or something more complex. If you wanted it brought to the beach add an extra 30 minutes to that. (The walk from the kitchen to the beach was 5 minutes at a push).

The general attitude of the waiting staff was that any additional request was a personal burden for them. If you asked for cutlery, there was a lot of rolling of the eyes and tutting. I found it increasingly difficult to be pleasant in the face of such rude staff. I noticed that other guests were not so polite and some giving the staff a very hard time.

We were part of a larger group and we had dinner on the beach most evenings. It truly was a stunning place to eat and was lit very well. The insects were not too bad either and a good spray of repellent would sort you out for the whole evening. The food was generally very tasty when it came however, this is again where the positives stop. I will split the following into two categories: food and drink.

Drink: Prior to dinner the larger group would greet one another and talk at the beach. This is next to the beach bar which was manned by a barman every night. Rather than take any drinks orders, the bar man would stand in the dark and watch us converse. On several occasions we had to ask the barman to come and take orders and prepare the drinks. Generally the drinks which were produced were incorrect or a couple were missing. Drinks usually took about 30-40 minutes to be prepared despite us all generally drinking bottled beer or gin and tonics.

A further point of annoyance was that when drinks were brought to the table during dinner, the staff would not ask whether anyone else would like another drink. Despite him/her picking up their empty glass or bottle. When one of the party managed to get their attention and ask for a drink they would try and rush away as soon as possible in order to avoid taking further orders. It was a real point which I feel the resort loses a lot of potential income. Our drinks bill could have easily doubled or even tripled if the waiters took orders and were attentive. With the price of drinks this would have worked out at least as an extra 2,250 cedis (£416/$625) for the group over the 5 day trip. If the majority of guests at the resort had the same issue then the owners are losing out on tens of thousands of Pounds every season.

The resort is NOT understaffed. During a lunchtime I witnessed no less than 8 staff members at the bar either chatting or just sitting at the bar. This was despite us having empty plates and empty glasses in front of us slowly gathering flies. During the same lunch I watched as one of the kitchen staff spent 10 minutes rolling and rerolling the same set of cutlery in a napkin. I was sorely tempted to record this to show the owners but did not want to single out this one member of staff as this attitude was endemic.

Food – The food was generally tasty and good portion sizes. In my opinion it is overpriced. An example of a cheese pizza for around 55 cedis or £10.

You require to order your dinner around lunchtime or the afternoon so that the kitchen has time to prepare the meals. On the first night I ordered the fish and so did my partner. The description was “Whole fish” and was priced per kg, this was accompanied by a side of chips. We ordered separately and the staff took the order.

As we all sat for dinner and the meals were being served, my partner was presented a whole fish on a normal sized plate and a bowl of chips. The fish was the same size as a small mackerel.

Due to the meals taking so long to come out we all insisted that people should start eating before they get cold. After 10 minutes everyone was tucking in apart from me. Who had nothing. After another 5 or minutes a single bowl of chips came out. I asked whether I was going to get my main and the waiter confirmed it would be out shortly.

20 minutes later as everyone was finishing their own dinner I had to walk up to the main restaurant and ask whether my dinner had been missed. I can understand that with a large table of guests one meal is easy to miss. The staff again confirmed it would be out just as soon as possible. I went back to sit down.

After another 10 minutes, two members of staff came down and confirmed that the one whole fish should have been shared between us and that my partner had eaten “two main meals”.

They did not give any further explanation and disregarded our comments. Thankfully, one of our group was a Ghanaian and they were able to convince the staff that for a tiny lady to have eaten two “main meals” and still be hungry was not possible.

After much tutting and rolling of eyes from the staff (certainly no hint of an apology), I was presented with a piece of tuna and a hash brown. This was over an hour after everyone else had eaten. Leaving me to wolf down a main in front of everyone. Not a good introduction to the resort. However, I chalked it up to an understandable mistake.

4 days later, when checking out and paying the bill, the realisation that not only had I been charged for the tuna and has brown at 95 cedis (nearly £20) but also the fish dish which my partner ate was charged at 169 cedis (more than £30). I’ve no idea how the prices are calculated but was shocked at the price of small fish and some chips. I wouldn’t pay that in a high end restaurant in the UK let alone in West Africa. (As a side note – later in the trip we went to a well regarded Ivorian restaurant in Accra. 6 of us ate a whole fish each and chicken with sides and drinks. The bill for 6 of us came to 230 cedis (£40). Just gives a comparison of prices)

BBQ – there was a bbq on an evening which you required to eat at. There was no other option. It was priced at 90 cedis per person and I didn’t like that you were given no other option but to eat at the BBQ. When dealing with the bill I noticed by chance that we were charged an extra 90 cedis for the bbq by mistake.

You paid for all food and drinks at the end of the stay so I recorded what my partner and I had each day so we could keep a running total. Unfortunately, when it came to pay, the resort had collated our bill with another guest staying in the neighbouring hut. Therefore there was no way of telling who had what and who owed what. The drinks orders and food orders were all scribbled on scraps of paper and no electronic system was in place. You had to rely on the staff calculations (which I will come onto in a moment). The bill that was presented gave a total for each day and then a grand total for the trip at the bottom. No itemised bill. I queried this and was presented with all the scraps of papers from the entire trip in a binder folder. They offered for me to add it up myself. Unfortunately with nearly 50 scraps of paper with illegible handwriting I could not do this before having to pay.

When querying this point I asked to speak to Cerano (I apologise for the spelling), a member of staff from Europe. I cannot praise him enough for listening to an extremely irritated man (me) and for sympathising with what is a completely unworkable system of billing. Throughout the trip this was the most professional member of the staff and was always asking how our trip was etc. He was the only member of staff that actively took orders and at several points I noticed that he had to have words with the Ghanaian staff members for not taking orders or ignoring guests. I hope the owners appreciate that they have a real diamond in this guy. I wish you the best in what will be a very good career in the hospitality industry.

Paying the bill – Due to us not anticipating just how expensive the food and drink would be, we required to pay by card. They did have a card machine and signs saying MasterCard or visa was accepted. There was a 6% service charge.

We tried 4 separate cards, visas and mastercards but none worked. We then attempted to pay in smaller amounts (thinking that our banks were declining payment due to the amount). When trying to do this the Ghanaian staff member who originally calculated the bills said that if we paid in two transactions then the service charge would be 12% for each payment. When querying this she said “two transaction, 6% plus 6% equals 12%”. To hear this from the member of staff in charge of the billing really concerned me and the fact she was adamant that she was right nearly took me over the edge of irritation.

In the end we had to pay a portion of the bill in cedis and ask one of our friends to pay the majority in dollars which he had brought for an emergency. We asked the Ghanaian staff member what the exchange rate was and she went into the backroom and confirmed it would be 3.6 cedis to the dollar. We went to the room to get the bags, on the way we checked the Ghanaian National Bank for the exchange rate which was sitting at 3.9. When we got back to reception to finally pay, the owner had arrived and confirmed that the exchange rate was now 3.4. Just another reason to doubt the integrity of this establishment. After everything we couldn’t be bothered arguing and we just wanted to leave.

Unfortunately due to the Harmattan our flights were cancelled back to Accra. We asked the hotel to book us a car to take us the 5 hour drive back. We were told it was on its way and would be 20 minutes. 3 and half hours later and one more lunch we finally got into the car.

Now I want to further qualify my review. 3 days into our 5 day stay, one of the kitchen staff went into labour and tragically passed away in childbirth. Therefore I have discounted anything that happened after this point relating to service etc. Clearly the staff were heartbroken at this news and therefore all the guests understood that the staff would be grieving. My thoughts and prayers are still with the staff and family.
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Marie-Claude H wrote a review Oct 2017
Ottawa, Canada
1.0 of 5 bubbles
My family and I spent a week there in October 2017.
The site is beautiful, the staff is really nice and the food is good.
Unfortunately, management needs to put more effort into improving sanitary conditions at the resort.
My husband, my daughter and I all were diagnosed with a skin allergic reaction when we got back from Ankobra. Probably from the (I would assume ''never washed'') beach and restaurant leather cushions.
The site is also way too close to the much polluted brownish Ankobra river. I doubt the water would pass any water quality test.
We are definitely never going back and strongly advising our friends NOT to go.

Positive elements:
- Beautiful site with lots of greens and flowers.
- Directly on the beach.
- Good size family chalets.
- Good food including vegetarian options.
- AC should be available (although it did not work in our room)
- The waves allow children to swim (not too strong)

Less positive elements:
- Room cleaning practices could be improved (a dead cockroach left in the shower remained there after housekeeping staff had cleaned the room).
- Too much attention from local men when spending time at the beach (made my daughter very uncomfortable), as fishermen walk through the site to get to work
- Food options not always available (even surprising tropical food items, which should be readily available, such as tropical fruits or coconut milk).
- Questionable beach water quality (brownish water)
- Not enough activities offered to children (all of their books and board games are in German).
- Wifi only available from main reception (and not very strong)
- Credit card payment machine does not always work (and there is no plan B when it is not available, my husband had to take a taxi to the nearest town to get cash from the ATM).
- When informed about the allergic reaction, management indicated that it would seek to improve but never offered an apology.
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Date of stay: October 2017
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from witchswitch, Manager at Ankobra Beach Resort
Responded 03 Feb 2018
Dear Marie, thank you very much for your review. We all are really shocked about it. It took me quite a while to respond to that because it feels a bit awkward for me to indoctrinate a valued costumer like you. People somtimes are really quickly with destroying other people´s businesses and efforts for a better world by coming to overhasty conclutions. Such Infamous aligation can lead in worst cases to a wrongful impression that could cause staffs livelyhoods in future. So I would like to encourage our valued costumers to always talk to us first at the resort, if you face any trouble or inconviniences, before you leave, please. In an area like Ankobra Beach situated closed by the Atlantik ocean we do have an extremly strong seabreeze blowing inlands far more than 150 m. Our restaurant is 30 m away from the beach. This makes it necassary to wipe off the salty film from our leather restaurant chairs every hour! As your whole family did have allergical skin rushes - we can asure you it is NOT from there or anything in Ankobra - I would really recommend maybe to change your sun cream instead. The time of the year you had been here during October is the small rainy season in Ghana and the Ankobra river is bringing a lot of river sediment into the mouth of the river, where we are not far away from. This is naturally sediment, maybe not pretty to look at but natural for sure! We had been testing our beach water many times and never found anything to worry about. We do have Wifi at the reception, restaurant and conference areas, this is quite a wide range. Most of the time the signal is strong enough for everybody to even stream. In Ghana all Internet within the reomote areas is based on mobil net - that is why sometimes, when the weather is to cloudy, rainy or the funk towers are shut down, it can get slowly once in a while. Children find here 1 km sandy beach, water and waves, a hudge adventure playground, all kind of ball games, a slackline, table games, big box of duplo, bookes (also in english), movies - what else affordable do you expect to be here at a natural habbitat like Ankobra Beach to entertain children? Also the credid card machine works with mobil net only - so sometimes reception can be down, tha´ts true. Mostly it works. It really seems to me, everything went wrong when you were here, we are so sorry to have read this. wishing you all the best,
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Yaw Chuks wrote a review Feb 2019
Accra, Ghana
3.0 of 5 bubbles
An ideal weekend getaway place for anyone looking to steal some time and engage in some soul searching serene environment. Perfect for family and couple retreats.
The place is perfectly secluded along the beach of Axim/Ankobra in the western region with 22 rooms set in a local Ghanaian building style. The rooms are all decorated with locally manufactured products to give the ambiance that local flavor. Local sculpture paintings line the walls beautifully.
The beach is lined with seating to sit four with seat seats perfectly distanced to enjoy the sea breeze and take in the tidal waves at a close but safe distance.
There is a swing swung on one of the coconut tree affording one the luxury of feeling young...You can retire after lunch/dinner on the beach in one of the hammocks at the beach.The restaturant also serves very wonderful dishes perfectly cooked to taste.I particularly enjoyed the grilled chicken witn Jollof.

i'll reccommend this place to anyone looking to have a weekend getaway treat.
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Date of stay: February 2019
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Take the rooms at the back....They offer a balcony to let you enjoy outside breeze and sea view...
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Natalie R wrote a review Mar 2018
Denver, Colorado
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Attempts should be made to clean the beach which would make the beach ideal. The view on the beach is great. The waitress for drinks could really do with learning some English-there was an absolute lack of English which is weird given that most people staying are foreigners. The whole place would be so much nicer if the bungalows were closer to the beach and not back into the jungle. The rooms are so dark and moldy and the towels scary. I was bit by a creature in the night which was not fun......Guests smoked right by the dining area, which was very uncomfortable. There was not much available on the menu, but the dinner was extremely tasty what they had. The breakfast was yummy. There is not enough space for dining really and some guests had to fight for a space. A couple of fans in the dining area would make everything more comfortable.
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Date of stay: February 2018
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jonathan S wrote a review Sept 2017
Birmingham, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Located directly on the main coastal highway just beyond Axim, Ankobra Beach is so much more than just a beautiful stretch of hundreds of metres of clean, palm-fringed sand. Reasonably-priced rotunda rooms and suites are artfully decorated in Ghanaian style with big beds and all mod cons. Lulled to sleep by the ocean breakers, I followed an early morning dip and a run along the beach with some weight training in the outdoor gym. Home-made bread for breakfast with provisions from the Ankobra Farms project - Ankobra Beach Resort is integrated into a local community development initiative, creating and supporting jobs around the Ankobra River, while promoting sustainable woodfuel and bamboo charcoal production. And did I mention the superfast wifi broadband? Catch up on international news and email if you must - but there are too many distractions here to spend very long looking at your screen!
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Date of stay: August 2017
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from witchswitch, Manager at Ankobra Beach Resort
Responded 03 Feb 2018
Dear Jonatan, thank you so much for your lovely review. It is so encouraging to go on even due to all difficulies we are facing daily here in Ghana - a third world country. No one can imagine to what people go through keeping up a hotel business with lots of social responsibility projects or working for NGO´s ect. like you! May god bless you.
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Barry G wrote a review Aug 2017
Khartoum, Sudan
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Salute the almost decade long efforts of Klaus, Ignes and staff to transform the resort into a multi-faceted Green and Sustainable Development Hub with the resort at the centre piece. Ranging from alternative rural livelihoods - organic vegetable gardening; the making of furniture and smokeless charcoal from bamboo; distillation of essential oils etc the resort is a very different experince for one and all! Check it out!
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled on business
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Answer from witchswitch
Axim, Ghana10 contributions
For the drinks you should know that in Ankobra Beach you can drink delicous sweet water from the pipe at your room, or at our restaurant, cause it is pumped from our 50 meter deep water well. We protect the environment and want our costumers to avoid plastic bottles in general, that´s why we produce our own lemonades, iced teas and fresh juices, even almond milk. Of course with such a whole lot of effort and costs involved we can´t compete with cheap imported plastic bottled drinks. And for this we really are proud of to be different to the crowd. Treating nature and paying people correctly does have it´s price - that´s for sure!
Yaw Chuks wrote a tip Feb 2019
Accra, Ghana63 contributions64 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Take the rooms at the back....They offer a balcony to let you enjoy outside breeze and sea view from room..."
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Meta H wrote a tip Dec 2018
Ljubljana230 contributions8 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"challets on sea side"
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_claus_egger wrote a tip Jan 2018
Axim, Ghana1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"the are nice rooms with balcony"
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Charles B wrote a tip Apr 2017
Oxford, United Kingdom477 contributions218 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"eco room does not have aircon"
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travelingirl56 wrote a tip Mar 2016
GRANVILLE4 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The executive huts are the nicest and best location, but all of the other accommodations are nice also."
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PRICE RANGE
R 866 - R 1,462 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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16
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ankobra Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Ankobra Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include Fort Santo Antonio (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ankobra Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Ankobra Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Ankobra Beach Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Does Ankobra Beach Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Ankobra Beach Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Ankobra Beach Resort located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 km away from the centre of Axim.
Are any cleaning services offered at Ankobra Beach Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Ankobra Beach Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Ankobra Beach Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and conference facilities.
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