The modern architecture is a break from the typical Ghanaian resort, but it includes a lot of touches and accents that prevent it from feeling too sterile or corporate. Everything was beautifully maintained (only 2 months old), the staff were helpful, if still getting up to speed on everything (e.g. ignoring the "do not disturb" sign). The on-site restaurant had a nice variety of a la carte and buffet options (the included breakfast buffet is pretty impressive, and changed daily). The rooms are large, with small-ish balconies (but large enough to sit and enjoy a morning cup of coffee, etc), generously sized bathrooms, and comfortable beds. Everything was clean, fresh, and new (again, not surprising). There are (of course) a few oddities, like the shower not draining fast enough and causing water to spread across the bathroom floor, but far fewer than you normally see in Ghana. They do seem like they are marketing the hotel to business travelers, but it was a wonderful retreat for my wife and I, and we saw a few families staying there as well. There is not a huge number of things to do nearby, but there is a crafts market, the botanical gardens, and mountain biking in the hills. Overall, I highly recommend Peduase.