Not a very modern place but the environment is quite serene and natural. Nice rooms too. I really loved the beach facility. Moderate prices for foods and drinks. Needs more improvement on the customer service tho and overall maintenance of the place
We stayed here for four nights in a far too expensive room. 100$ - crazy!!!! The only reason was that Emily‘s place was fully booked and as my husband wanted to surf Fetteh (still 15min. walking distance btw) there wasn‘t any alternative :( During the week there are almost no guests. Creepy place... The whole site is pretty run-down, our room was okay-ish with a running AC, comfy bed, though very little cold water in the shower and no mosquito net! No room service, poor breakfast. Food and beverages are crazy expensive compared to prices in Accra and elswhere.
1/ repair the AC in room 9, 400ghc a night it s supposed working. 2/ find another chef please, more than 100ghc for the plate in pics, extra charges for rice...!!! 3/no matress on the beach, 400ghc a night... 🙄 Conclusion: let s drive a bit more a go to Lome you will see what service and food mean. Beach is clean...
Place was very run-down and seemed almost abandoned. Service is also very spotty. You need to call a number to get the receptionist or any help. Facilities are not maintained at all. Slept in a standard room without AC. Room was not well cleaned and we found termite dust in the wardrobe. There was no hot water in the room. Food was mediocre and extremely overpriced. Restaurant area is overrun with houseflies and made eating very difficult. Only redeeming quality is the clean beach. There is no lifeguard though. We booked two nights but escaped after one night to another resort at Winneba because of how poor the service at Tills was.
Some friends and I came to Till's n. 1 over a Sunday for a relaxing day by the beach, eating seafood and drinking white wine, jumping in the warm water and getting tanned on the clean beach among a crowd of people from all over the world. A great alternative to the weekend in Accra!