I stayed in this hotel 7 nights while on a dental mission trip to Kumasi. It's difficult to review this hotel because when you consider the conditions of the area, it wasn't a terrible experience. However, when comparing to American standards of hotels - the experience was poor.
With that being said, I will review in comparison to the location. It was fairly clean. Beds were firm (which I didn't mind), water pressure for showers was down to a trickle, wifi didn't work the first 3 days but then worked fine the remainder of my stay. Electricity was intermedent (no fault of the hotel..I think). Was served omelettes and coffee for breakfast. Chicken and rice was usually available for dinner and/or lunch. Each room had a refrigerator, couch, tv (3 channels in the area), desk. Walking distance to a decent restaurant (Mothers).
This hotel worked as a place to sleep...served its purpose.