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Oasis Beach Resort
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Reviewed December 2, 2012

Went with my family (wife and 11/14 year old boys) as well as two friends from our volunteer project. The location is hard to beat - our room was 10 feet off the beach and less than a 5 minute walk to Cape Coast castle. The restaurant is decent for Ghana, not unreasonable for a hotel and has a good selection of drinks. The hotel is known as a destination for a party night out in Cape Coast with loud music and dancing, but most rooms (including ours) was far enough away and combined with the crashing sound of the waves, we were not bothered by the late night partying. At a little below $10 / night per person for a room with bunk beds, ceiling fan, mosquito nets, you get a good deal for the price. The shared toilets are decent and the outdoor enclosed showers offer a great respite from the heat and humidity.

Room Tip: The higher numbered rooms (there are 10 in total) are further away from the restaurant / dance floor and all are very close to the beach.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed November 30, 2012

We got a room here and immediately regretted it. Stay at the Mighty Victory instead. You can't beat the location of the Oasis, but it's dirty, there are incredible numbers of bugs in the toilets, and it feels like a 24/7 frat party.

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed November 26, 2012 via mobile

We stayed here for two nights - a lively bar in hotel was great and our room was away from this so the party could continue without disturbing us. The beach huts could be easily accessed from the beach and as a trio of girls we felt more vulnerable here than anywhere else we had visited in Ghana. But the welcome was warm, the staff helpful and the rooms were large and cool. Basic as you would expect - and bathroom area would hVe benefited from a new lick of paint as was looking tired. Would still consider if going back backpacking in Ghana.

  • Stayed: May 2012
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Reviewed November 14, 2012

We stayed in the resort for our last few days in Ghana. I was really impressed with the dorms, think we paid a few pounds a night and they were great value. Plenty of toilets which are kept clean, as are the showers. The bar service was very good, the food was slow to come out but as we learnt, that is just the way in Ghana! They had great entertainment on one of the nights we were there and they do a bonfire on the beach some nights too which is great. The staff are very friendly and the locals that hang around the area are great fun too.
Felt very safe and secure on the resort, they have several of guard dogs which are kept on a lead during the day but then roam around at night, they are very friendly dogs and they sometimes even escort you to the toilet at night!
Would definitely recommend staying here, couldn't fault the place and would love to visit again.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed October 30, 2012

I spent a long time at this bar - it was a lovely place to relax after a hard day of volunteering on the local newspaper and we had some great times here. But, local thieves know this place as a tourist hangout and I got mugged while walking home. So, if you do go for a drink here kick back and relax but insist on taking a taxi home. Also, do not swim in the sea while drunk I have heard of a few deaths that way and had to rescue someone from the waves myself.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank Vicky M
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