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THe place is overprized, the staff is ignorant and slow and the owners don´t care about
their guests. They just want the money and asked me 250 Cedis for a standard room without AC. Internet conection not existent so if you want to relax in...More
The day after arriving in Accra we drove 4 hours to Ko Sa with a very good driver provided by the resort. After months of dreary weather in UK we were so pleased to arrive at this lovely resort in scorching sunshine. 14 interestingly painted...More
Nestled away on the coast in Ghana, Africa is KoSa Resort. Beautiful beaches that stretch for miles. You will find a friendly and warm atmosphere of service from fishing gear to nicely prepared meals. The young local boys are readily available to provide you with...More
Compared to other similar beach resorts, I found the prices to be high. I opted for one of the basic rooms with a shared bath. The room had a fan that barely worked and the room was very hot as air flow was nearly nonexistent....More
Thank Marc L
Response from Annelies V, Eigenaar at Ko-Sa Beach ResortResponded 3 April 2018
Dear Marc, sorry to read that your stay at our resort was not as you expected. Our staff can take a lot of initiative to arrange things, they do not need to ask for everything authorization. Our manager has a key of the store room...More
My girlfriend and I stayed here for a week in November 2017. We were looking for somewhere to stay near to Cape Coast as we'd heard the town itself wasn't that nice, before we headed down the coast to the beaches further west. There was...More
The shared bathrooms are in a different building and are shared by the two different types of rooms that do not have private bathrooms. If I remember correctly there were three or four toilets and the same number of... More
The shared bathrooms are in a different building and are shared by the two different types of rooms that do not have private bathrooms. If I remember correctly there were three or four toilets and the same number of showers. They are all co-ed. They were clean but are quite a walk from some of the rooms. There was a single toilet nearby my room as well but that was small and did not have a shower.
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"Get one of the rooms where the door opens out to face the beach and the sea. The breeze will help keep you..."