Ever wanted to travel to Nigeria for vacation or a business trip or you love to travel and exploit Africa, Nigeria is the best place for you to be.
Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, located on the Gulf of Guinea, West Africa with many natural landmarks and wildlife reserves. Protected areas such as Cross River National Park and Yankari National Park have waterfalls, dense rainforest, Obudu Ranch, Savanna and rare primate habitats. One of the most recognizable sites is Zuma Rock, a 725m-tall monolith outside the capital of Abuja that’s pictured on the national currency.
Here are the top 10 most expensive hotels in Nigeria.
10) Four Point Hotel By Sheraton
Located at Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. This polished hotel is 4 km from the posh Ikoyi neighborhood and 6 km from the Nigerian National Museum.
Modern rooms with tile floors offer Wi-Fi (fee), flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus tea and coffee making facilities, and safes; some have iPod docks. Executive rooms feature top-floor views, and suites include balconies. Room service is available 24/7.
A French brasserie with checkered floors offers buffet-style dining, and there’s also a chic Asian restaurant, plus a sports bar, an open-air lounge and a lobby cafe. Other amenities include a spa and a gym, as well as an indoor pool and 8 meeting rooms.
Cost: N120, 687 per night
9) Radisson Blu Hotel, Lagos
The Radisson Blu is located at 38-40 Isaac John Street,at the popular Ikeja GRA, 5km away from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA).
N311, 704 per night
8) Fraser Suites Abuja
Fraser Suites Abuja is a landmark building located in the heart of the modern capital of Nigeria, Fraser Suites Abuja features 126 Gold-Standard residences that combine comfort, style and technology with outstanding facilities and exclusive in-house services.
Fraser Suites is one of the most beautiful hotels in Abuja that you might want to visit whenever you are in Abuja. It’s just 30 minutes from Abuja International Airport.
The brand-new property has been conceived with the lifestyle preferences of today’s discerning travelers, offering intuitive service to deliver memorable experiences in a home away from home.
N389,975 per night
7) Sheraton Lagos Hotel
Sheraton Lagos Hotel is a 5-star hotel situated along Bank Anthony way Ikeja 10 minutes drive away from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA).
Sheraton Lagos Hotel is a 5-star hotel located along Bank Anthony way Ikeja 10 minutes drive away from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA). The hotel welcomes those traveling through Nigeria with reliable service, thoughtful amenities and a prime location. Guests are near numerous attractions, including Ikeja City Mall, the events at Fela Kuti Shrine, the prestigious Ikeja Golf Club, Ndubuisi Kanu Park Oregun Lagos and Hi-Impact Planet Amusement Park. Recharge in spacious hotel rooms featuring signature Sheraton beds, marble bathrooms, mini-fridges, grocery shopping service, flat-screen TVs, large desks and free Wi-Fi.
Club Rooms and Suites offer access to Club amenities. Sample delicious restaurant fare, including Italian and international favorites at our hotel restaurants and bars.
Work out in the gym, take a dip in our outdoor pool, or practice your backhand on our tennis courts. For those planning events, our indoor and picturesque outdoor venues make the ideal choice; all supported by expert catering and AV services. Make the most of your time in Nigeria at Sheraton Lagos Hotel.
N412, 552 per night
6) The WheatBaker Hotel Ikoyi, Lagos
The WheatBaker Hotel Ikoyi, Lagos is a beautiful hotel located at the heart of Ikoyi area of Lagos State.
The Wheatbaker offers the corporate traveller all the comfort and convenience of a luxury boutique hotel. Lagos’ new premier exclusive hotel, is located in the residential heart of lkoyi, Nigeria.
Situated near the Lagos business districts of lkoyi and Victoria Island, The Wheatbaker hotel is placed perfectly for any traveller. Located only 35 km from Murtala Muhammed International Airport, The Wheatbaker is destined to become Lagos’ top lifestyle, luxury accommodation.
N429, 383 per night
5) Southern Sun Ikoyi
Southern Sun Ikoyi is one of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria. The hotel has taxis that pick its customers down to the hotel, especially people that are arriving from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA).
N510,251 per night
4) Legend Hotel Lagos
Legend Hotel Lagos is the fourth most expensive hotel in Nigeria. The most expensive guest room in the hotel is N543, 192. The hotel is located at the Quits Aviation Services Free Zone, Airport Rd, 102214, Ikeja, Lagos.
N543, 192 per night
3) George Lagos Hotel
George Lagos Hotel is the third most expensive hotel in Nigeria. The highest fee in the hotel is 600, 000 per night.
George Lagos Hotel is one of the most beautiful hotels in Nigeria where you can live your luxury life to the fullest.
The George, located at 30 Lugard Avenue, Ikoyi, Lagos. It is an independent luxury boutique hotel located in an exclusive, high-brow residential street. The Hotel’s central location in Ikoyi makes it ideal for guests who would like to be within reach of the Central Business District, but would like to relax and refresh in a secure, tranquil and luxurious environment.
It is accessible from major roads like Alfred Rewane (Kingsway Road) and Mobolaji Johnson, which offer the hotel high visibility and at the same time a high level of exclusivity. Victoria Island is 10 minutes away via Alfred Rewane Road and Falomo Bridge; The International Airports is 40 minutes away via the Third Mainland Bridge.
N600, 000 per night
2) Sheraton Hotel Abuja
Sheraton Hotel Abuja is located at Ladi Kwali way in the heart of Abuja, Nigeria, Sheraton Abuja Hotel stands as a landmark welcoming visitors with friendly, professional staff and thoughtful amenities. Our affordable luxury hotel is close to Abuja International Conference Centre, the U.S. Embassy, NNPC Towers and shops. Recharge in spacious hotel rooms with city or mountain views from private balconies. Guests enjoy signature beds, flat-screen TVs, jetted tubs, free Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service. Club-level rooms and suites grant access to exclusive amenities.
Take advantage of amenities that include a fitness center, outdoor pool, children’s pool, as well as tennis, squash and basketball courts. Indulge in delicious cuisine, including steakhouse and Italian fare, in our five restaurants and bars. Organize everything from weddings and receptions to corporate meetings in our versatile hotel venues, including modern ballrooms and meeting rooms as well as picture-perfect outdoor spaces.
N629, 296 per night
1) Transcorp Hilton Abuja
Transcorp Hilton Abuja is the most expensive hotel in Nigeria, it cost N714, 922 per night.
Set on picturesque landscaped gardens, the hotel sits at the heart of Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory and Abuja’s commercial district. The hotel is less than three kilometers from Abuja National Mosque and Millennium Park, within 20 minutes of the city center. Enjoy our on-site casino, handicraft market, airline kiosks, and outdoor pool.
N714, 922 per night
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