Finding an ideal family-friendly resort in Cape Coast does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Oasis Beach Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, bringing comfort and convenience to your visit.
The resort features room service, baggage storage, and currency exchange. Plus, Oasis Beach Hotel offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out New Life Café, one of the cafes that can be found in Cape Coast, which is a short distance from Oasis Beach Hotel.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a historic site, such as Cape Coast Castle.
Oasis Beach Resort puts the best of Cape Coast at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The room, I received was amazing because it was very huge, and the amnesties were beautiful. I was so happy to be in such close proximity to the beach because it was beautiful. The pool, and food were amazing because everything tastes so beautiful. I am happy to experience such a beautiful place with such deep history.
We loved this hotel and everyone that works here. The owners are great and made coming and staying here super easy. We came two different times with large groups and they made buffet dinners. Two mornings and a killer seafood dinner for 22 people. Great location to the slave castle and lots of market areas.
This place has changed so much for the worst since I last visited. There is very limited access to the beach because giant rocks have been placed across the south boarder in Ghana to keep people from swimming and presumably from drowning but it’s a BEACH resort. I opted for a room with AC but the batteries were out of the remote-I asked for new batteries so I could use AC and was never given any. Later when I went to shower I noticed water was leaking all over the bathroom from the water source. Over half of the food on the menu wasn’t available. You could only eat pizza or fries. They have free wifi but it only works in the main area-it doesn’t reach the rooms. I likely will not be returning.
Travelled in 2018 in JAN (Drop down box doesn't cater for this date), stayed downstairs near the beach front. Unfortunately, my room had Cockroaches on the mattress and after seeing numerous ones, plus a toilet leak spilling on the floor in the bathroom, I couldn't stay there. Shifted to upstairs apartment, which was better. When Travellers are paying GOOD money for accomodation, the Manager should prioritise 'UPGADES' in cleanliness for all rooms. You are ONLY provided with a bottom and top sheet on the bed. I feel the owners need to upstage all standards for the rooms, as I also checked out my friends room. Not good enough when we are paying nightly rates. Apart from that, the Restaurant provides the most AMAZING Ghanian food, whilst sitting at the Beach. Best I have ever had. Fresh whole Fish, Plantee, every meal was fantastic, so the Chefs are brilliant! The quality of the food is the BEST also. This accomodation place just needs to upgrade their cleanliness standards for staying guests.…
I enjoyed my stay at oasis. The restaurant does great food (try the pizza). Has a large seating area outside (which could do with some fairy lights or strip lights to add atmosphere - with plants). I stayed in an executive room on the first floor facing the sea. Great views! Weirdly the shower is away from the main toilet and inside the room itself. So when you are in the shower you can see the beach, sea and some seats in the restaurant. This might not be for everyone as they can also see you, I would imagine.
I brought a large group here (students) I had several get sick (they were allergic) to bed bugs and when we complained and had to book accommodations elsewhere the manager called us spoiled Americans and said he never wanted Americans to stay at his resort again. We weren’t all Americans by the way. No towels, no room service or cleaning of any kind, restaurant takes forever to bring you food if they remember your order to begin with. Mainly though, the managers are horrible. Think of this place as a colonized slum beach resort where you get what you pay for which is very little.
Coming from Accra, I had to cancel last minute due to an emergency that came up and in return I was asked very rudely to never book there again and that I will not be served if i tried - apparently the guy was very upset that I asked questions “you ask 100 hundred questions” all because he had to turn down someone. That’s not how to run a resort, calm down bro.
I went there with my brother to have some fun and spent a lot of money only to be attacked by the managers and a white guy called Dirk who we heard was an assistant manager so I don’t recommend the place for anybody it’s a messed up place
Cannot emphasize the lack of professionalism. Especially from the manager. 1. Towels are only given if you go to the reception. Bunglalow shower head has no holder so you're gonna be having a one-handed cold shower. 2. There are no blankets, only bed sheets. Even if the weather is warm people should have the option to kick their blanket off. 3. Worst part? BED BUGS. One of our group members LITERALLY had one crawling on her, it had her blood in it. 11pm and the manager just brushes it off. Some of our friends went into a different room and others just had to stick it out in their room. They couldn't even sleep that night. Asked for a refund or some sort of compensation and the owner sends an extremely unprofessional email. "You're going to Africa and can't stand a few insects." Listen we can handle insects. Mosquitoes, flies, ants, cockroaches, whatever(btw there were LOT of cockaroaches in the room at night). But if you're gonna put me in a bed with parasitic bugs that will spread to anyone near me, follow me home in my suitcase, and are impossible to get rid of unless I burn my mattress then that's another thing. You can't get rid of bed bugs with bug spray. The only redeeming factor about this ridiculous "resort" are the servers at the restaurant servers, the animals and the beach. But it is NOT WORTH THE HITCHHIKING, BLOOD-DRAINING INSECTS THAT YOU CAN DO NOTHING ABOUT.…
After sleeping in a room that was 90 degrees Fahrenheit under a musty mosquito net I was finally fed up when I woke up to bites on my leg. I decided to check my mattress and to find out I was sharing my bed with others. The WiFi doesn’t reach the hotel rooms and I guess it didn’t matter because the power was out for 60% of my visit. The manager was very rude and said he was done with American groups. very bad experience