- Reviews: 4109
Somerset Court villas: somerset has it all
This is a guest house, in a very residential area, if you are here on business ask for it, you will love it. if here by your own can be expensive but worth it if need to be in Lagos.
very high quality service always at your disposal by a very friendly staff. You have photos and places to enjoy nearby on the link in contact. Highly recommended for families and individuals going there for extended periods.
gym, pool, restaurant, bar, large screen TV for sports, large property to walk around it, fully secured with guards.
- Reviews: 4109
Eko Hotel Lagos: nice luxury living in lagos
This is one of my hot points for eating and playing while in lagos. never stayed here but it was like my second home for the evenings, and with the right connection use of the beach.
it has a great gym area with ultra modern equipement with the best in cardiovascular and weight training as well as personal TV screens so that you have fun every second of your workout. An indeed stunning swimming pool ,and massage and sauna. Floodlit tennis courts, beach volleyball and basketball courts are all there for your entertainment. A round of golf can also be arranged at a course nearby.
On the weekends why not join us for an unforgettable trip to our private beach house on a palm tree beach away from the hassle and stress of the metropolis.
A truly great hotel anywhere and this is in Lagos ! 20 miles or 35 kms from airport
I went for the beach on weekends when possible and the bar for the evenings, both very good with the magnificent Kuramo Sports Café’s .
- Reviews: 23
Planet one: Hotel, Lagos
I have stayed at this hotel two times now and if i go back to Lagos i will probably stay here again.
Food and service are great. The prices are quite high, but its worth it.
Rooms are spacious and airconditioned.
The hotel area is protected with guards and high walls.
It's located just outside the city center. They say on their web page that it's onl 5 minutes to the airport, but this is not correct. Maybe if you hire a chopper on the airport. Expect 1 hour, maybe more if the traffic is bad, most of Lagos traffic is jammed from 05:00 to 01:00...
Average in many ways, but it's safe.
- Reviews: 169
Bogobiri House: Artsy Hotel
I found this boutique hotel through Lonely Planet and researched elsewhere to make sure it was the right place for us. I was disappointed in the reviews of this place on Trip Advisor. I felt (and had backup from my boyfriend to make sure I wasn't off my rocker) for $230 a night it was a complete rip off. Now I realize Lagos, NIgeria is expensive but c'mon. This place was "cute" and "quaint" but very ill equipped and not maintained well at all for the price. The rooms were spacious and the artwork was generous. Common area was funky and worth a look with live music on Fridays. I felt that the rooms weren't as clean as I'd like. When you see a can of Raid for your use in the bathroom, there might be an issue. The free breakfast included toast, orange juice and tea/coffee, which I guess is better than nothing. The manager is likeable and worth the visit but I suggest eat/drink in the salon area and not sleep here. Internet WiFi is unpredictable. I can't completely diss this place but again for $230 a night, I expect exceptionally clean, a comfortable bed and fantastic bathroom. The place was lacking. A plus is that it's off the main road in Ikoyi so if you want quiet, you'll get it.
Lots of artwork. Staff was pretty good. I hate to point fingers but Joy was not a joy to deal with. I "got" her straight forward attitude as I have a similar one myself but she was only helpful when you made her be. We felt like we were bothering her. She is fantastic over email when making reservations or asking questions.
- Reviews: 1
Kakanfo Hotel, Ibadan: Ibadan's choice
Located in a quiet side-street, good security and large spacious rooms. The staff are polite, efficient and helpful. The bar is well-stocked, tiny, but ok. The restaurant is spacious and clean, there is a wide choice of good african & continental food. the room service and laundry is efficient.
The wireless connection for laptops is quick and effective although pricey (200naira per hour).
The business centre (with internet access) is a good option too but also pricey
the downside is the damp smell of the top-of-range rooms (probably lack of use!!), poor choice of tv channels and lack of in-house entertainment (even in the bar).
Overall its good enough to be a three star european hotel
- Reviews: 140
Hilton Abuja: Hilton Abuja
Well, Hilton is Hilton... Very good accommodation, the room was large (though the plants in the room were quite dusty), breakfast was good, the area was green.
There is a pool, several cafes and restaurants, including a pool bar.
There is also The Souvenir Village in the hotel territory, where you can buy souvenirs.
- Reviews: 591
Abj Wuse Zone II
This is the hotel I stayed in Abuja in Sept 2004. The same as the one above. For as little as equivalent of $50. You have almost all the confort you find in similar hotel in Paris, where you part with as much as 130Euros.
- Reviews: 591
Nicon Noga: Nicon Abuja
Very pleasant. Aside the Sheraton, this hotel also compete favourably within the FCT. Some people actually prefer NICON to Sheraton. Its a matter of taste and habit.
Service and professionalism.
- Reviews: 591
SHERATON ABUJA: ABUJA'S BEST
Vesy pleasant. This is one of the best hotel to stay when in Abuja. It is centrally located, and convinient for most activities and event within the FCT.
The unique quality of Sheraton is in the service. Also, the friendly environment.
- Reviews: 5
Sheraton: The Sheraton is your only option in Ikeja
Having tried a few other hotels in Lagos and found them terrible beyond belief I can only say that the Sheraton is your only safe bet.
Here you have some semblance of personal security, food, and general hygene.
Hookers do hang out in the lobby/bar from time to time but that is no surprise in Africa.
D'ont touch them unless you really want HIV!
- Reviews: 3950
''bushcamp'': Camping under African skies
Crossing Nigeria from west to east, we camped four times along the road.
Two times between Ilorin and Abuja and two times between Bauchi and the border with Cameroon.
These ''bushcamps'' under African skies were sometimes very sweaty, dusty and tiring and sometimes very enchanting and relaxing.
The bushcamp just west of Biu was enchanting, at a scenic spot with a wonderful sunset and sunrise.
- Reviews: 3950
ECWA Guesthouse: Jos, camping in the garden
The ECWA guesthouse is a quiet and peaceful Protestant missionary centre. It has dorm rooms with shared bathrooms and there must also be rooms with bathrooms and hot water.
During our visit there was a big meeting in the guesthouse of all district priests all over Nigeria. That's why there were no rooms and beds available fro us. So we had to camp in the garden.
It was not a really bad place for camping. And we were happy with the first rather cool nights in weeks.
During our stay the shared toilets and bathrooms had no water and were not very clean. We had to fetch our water from a well in the garden.
- Reviews: 3950
Abuja Sheraton Hotel & Towers: Abuja, after the bushcamps the Sheraton
Instead of camping at a parkinglot for old Sheraton buses, we could also stay in an hotel room for half the price and with free entrance to the swimmingpool. So I did !!
The hotel has a nice green atrium, a lot of shops, some restaurants and an lovely open-air bar near the pool.
And just 300 M west of the Sheraton Hotel you can find many other restaurants (here I had excellent Lebanese food !) and cheaper internet options than in the business centre of the hotel.
- Reviews: 3950
Gateway hotel: Abeokuta, under the mango tree
The Gateway Hotel in Abeokuta has rather basic rooms with airco and bathroom for 20$. The blocks with the rooms are scattered in a large garden. It was also allowed to camp in this garden.
In the garden was a huge mango tree. The most days we spent on the terrace in the shade under this mango tree. Sportfacilities, internetcafes and streetstalls are nearby.
- Reviews: 19
Major Hotels in Nigeria
Below are some of the stadard hotels in Nieria that are within immediate reach - under one hour from local and international airports.
ABUJA SHERATON HOTELS AND TOWERS
Maitama District Abuja - It is about 50 minutes drive from Abuja Airport.
NICON NUGA HILTON HOTEL
same as above.
DUALA HOTEL: This Hotel is located in Kano city. If is about 40 minutes drive from Aminu Kano International airport.
PORTHACOURT INTERNATIONA AIRPORT HOTEL: it is about 8 minutes drive from the international airport.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL CALABAR: This is about 10 minutes drive from Calabar Airport.
L'HOTEL EKO MERIDIEN: Located at Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. About 40 minutes drive from Murtala Muahammed Airport Lagos, by car.
LAGOS SHERATON HOTEL: At Mobolaji Bank Anthony Road, Ikeja. Just 10 minutes from Murtala Muhammed airport Lagos by car.
FEDERAL PALACE HOTELS: At Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos. About 35 minutes from Murtala Muhammed Airport Lagos by car.
IMO CONCORDE HOTEL, OWERRI
About 60 minutes from Portharcourt airport.
Note: the minutes given above are subject to change due to the nature of traffic at a given hour.
First Class services, excellent and wonderful sights.
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