Coconut Grove Beach Resort Ghana Hotel Review

By Nicole Brewer

Greetings globetrotters! I hope you all have been well. It’s been a little while since my return to Oman from Ghana and I must say it was the trip of a lifetime. It’s an amazing experience as an African American to go back to your roots and explore places like Cape Coast Castle. I was very fortunate enough to stay at the luxury 4-star Coconut Grove Beach Resort just a few km away from Elmina Castle in Elmina, Ghana.

The lobby of the hotel.

Coconut Grove Beach Resort offers a host of amenities and recreational activities including  an outdoor swimming pool with glorious views of the Atlantic Ocean, tennis courts, a full-equipped gym, basketball court, play scape for children and even a mini animal sanctuary. I was greeted with a nice cool coconut drink upon check-in to the hotel, quite fitting for a Coconut Grove hotel. The staff were very nice and accomodating as I arrived, helping with my bags on the walk through the courtyard to my villa.

I absolutely loved my villa, which was very near to the beach. It consisted of a comfortable king-sized bed, high-speed wifi internet access, a massive shower area, a flat screen television, a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a ceiling fan. I also liked that every time I left my room for the day and came back that the bed was turned down with a new cute towel design and flowers.

The sitting area outside of my villa.
The front entry to my villa.
A standard double room with a king-sized bed.

The stand out attraction and beauty of Coconut Grove Beach Resort would surely have to be the ample access to the ocean. The staff ensured to keep the beach clean and it was great to see locals out about walking the coast, catching fish and enjoying the nearby area as well. It doesn’t get much better than being able to wake up and have a full course breakfast on the beach and then taking a nice stroll with the outstanding views.

Dining area at the resort in front of the beach.

If you are planning a family getaway, a solo trip or even a wedding or conference, Coconut Grove Beach Resort has you covered. It offers meeting rooms that seats up to 300 people for your event and even golf lessons for those interested during their downtime. I highly recommend a stay at this beautiful beach resort getaway if you are planning to visit Ghana during this year of return globetrotters.

***Please note that I was offered a stay in exchange for a review. All views and opinions are my own.***

  1. Nina | Lemons and Luggage says

    Wow! I can’t say that Ghana is currently on my list of places to visit, but this sounds like a wonderful hotel if I go in the future!

  2. kita says

    This looks like a great place to visit. I need them to have the coconut ready for me as I chill by the pool all day every day

  3. Sheena Steward says

    This is on my list of places to go. I want to be engulfed in the culture and history. So much to learn about myself.

  4. Leslie H says

    Definitely on my list and also Dakkar . This looked so relaxing and spiritual even.

  5. Lia World Traveler says

    This looks like an amazing place. I will keep it on the must visit list when I go to Ghana!

  6. jaye says

    Looks like a lovely place. I was supposed to go to Ghana last year but had to back out. I hope to make it there one day

  7. Tiffany Heard says

    I love Ghana! Cape Coast is my favorite city in Ghana! Its away from the bustle and hustle of Accra and Kumasi. Ill be returning later this year.

  8. Jonna says

    Ahhhh this resort looks so relaxing. Reminds me of how much I could use a vacation!

  9. Christiana says

    Oh wow ! This looks quite enticing, I have never been to Ghana but I do hope to take a trip there soon.

  10. Sheena says

    You’re fueling my travel urges. What quaint resort. I loooove the bedding.

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