About Lancaster Kumasi City Hotel
Lancaster Kumasi City is a first class African-style business hotel set in lush tropical gardens at the heart of historic Ashanti Regional capital of Kumasi. The hotel provides a dynamic holiday experience amid the rich culture of the Ashanti Kingdom and an ideal location for the business and leisure traveler.
With prime access to the central business district and prestigiously located by the royal golf course and two minutes away from the Rattray park; a recreational and modern amusement park, an ideal location for business and leisure. Lancaster Kumasi City welcomes you to experience luxury and comfort at the heart of the Ashanti Kingdom.
At the Lancaster Kumasi City hotel, we have intricately woven modernity into cultural heritage. Set in lush tropical gardens in the heart of historic Ashanti, Regional Capital of Kumasi, you have an assurance of a dynamic experience in luxury.
Stylish furnishings characterize our 160 air-conditioned rooms with a choice of elegant apartments, suites, executive, deluxe, superior and standard rooms. Our meeting and banqueting facilities provide an idyllic setting for your corporate business meetings, presentations, wedding receptions, birthday, anniversaries and other social events.
We provide a unique Food and Beverage experience by providing weekly themed nights to satisfy our diverse International guests, Ability to host multi-purpose events, Diversity in service delivery to suit various cultures.
How to Get to The Hotel
By Road - The Lancaster Kumasi City is easy to locate. Find the hotel on Rain Tree Road at Nhyiaeso, next to the royal golf course, close to the Ministries and City Council Offices and overlooking the Kumasi Forest Reserve.
By Air - If you are arriving by air, the Kumasi Airport is less than 30 minutes away. Upon request, we can arrange airport meet and assist service for complimentary, if full flight details are provided in advance.
Discover Nearby Points of Interest
Komfo Anokye Sword Site – Found on the grounds of a large public hospital. This is an important cultural site for the Ashanti people. The sword has been stuck in the ground for over 300 years -held in place by spirits. No one has been able to dislodge it.
Manhyia Palace Museum -Visitors to the museum will be able to view video-presentations explaining Ashanti history and the richness of its culture, as well as splendid examples of the gold-work for which the Ashanti are world famous.
Kejetia Market Walking Tour – Discover West Africa’s largest open-air market with a small group on a 4-hour walking tour of Kumasi’s Kejetia Market.
National Cultural Center – A complex of artisan workshops, performance center, museum, library, and a craft shop. There are workshops on the center grounds for various Ghanaian crafts such as ceramics, drum making, wood carving, brass casting, kente cloth weaving, and Adinkra cloth printing.