Nigeria is the home of the influential ethnic groups with extinct history. It shares the borders of Benin Republic in the west, Camerron and Chad at the east and Niger in northern part. The fastest growing tourism of Nigeria made it listed on the next eleven economies in the world. More and more hotels are booming here to take care of its growing number of tourists. Below are the top 3 hotels in Nigeria.
Allseasons Hotel is located at All Seasons Avenue, Imo state, Nigeria. It is rated as the top hotel in Imo state and one of the top four hotels in the Southeast and South regions of the Nigerian state.
It sets out at the business district of Owerri offering a five star accommodation. The hotel has 124 rooms and suites such as the junior suite, holiday suite, presidential suite, diplomatic suite, ambassador suite, executive room and superior double rooms.
Allseasons Hotel offers the best Chinese, African, and Continental dishes at their in-house restaurant called the LasPalmas Restaurant. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Savor the taste of liquors and drinks at the Caribbean Bar with acclaimed local and international recipes to choose from. Enjoy a night full of music and live entertainment while having a tropical theme of drinks and snacks. Another best luxury spot for wine experience is the Wine Bar.
Hotel facilities include safety services of a well trained security personnel, mobile police men, surveillance cameras and computerized doors. Other facilities include swimming pools, wireless internet, LCD television, Jacuzzi baths and a 24 hour power generator. Well rounded services are also available like laundry, gym services, sport events and catering services.
The hotel has a variety of halls and rooms for conferences, meetings, weddings, book launching and many more. Conference halls can accommodate 60 persons. It is ideal for conventions, seminars and medium-sized events. The Nkemjika Hall can occupy 1,200 persons for large events and meeting rooms have a seating capacity of 32 persons each. The hall is ideal for training, business meetings and small events. The state-of-the-art multimedia communication devices allow soundproofed presentations good to hold 21 persons.
Protea Hotel – Oakwood Park
Protea Hotel Oakwood Park is located at Lekki Expressway in Lagos. It features a luxurious and spacious 59 double rooms and 3 suites. All rooms have en-suite bathroom, telephone, satellite television and air-conditioning facilities.
Hotel facilities and amenities include a 24 hour reception, car park, gym with sauna, conference and training centers. Other comfortable services includes
baby sitting, foreign exchange, laundry, hotel transfers, secretarial, business and medical services.
Protea Oakwood also provides conference management services for up to 600 delegates. Standard equipments to be used are available like the flip chart, video machine, overhead projector, screen, TV and DVD.
Tourist’s favorite spot for dining are the Woodland Restaurant, a cocktail bar and a poll terrace that open from 9 am until 12 midnight daily.
Protea Hotel – Port Harcourt
Protea Hotel Port Harcourt has a brand new 89 guestrooms that meets international standard of comfort and services. The hotel is a few meters away from the main center of the city.
Hotel guests will comfortably enjoy facilities like the 20 seated board room and the 24 hour business center for formal conferencing venues. Wireless internet connectivity is a great help for business services. The 200 seater ballroom is also available for special occasions and functions. Other facilities include a fully equipped gym, wellness center, sauna, swimming pools, leisure and sports center.
The hotel offers appetizing dishes at their international restaurant. It provides continental and intercontinental cuisines from around the world.
These three hotels had a big contribution to the city’s economic improvement. Nigeria is the land of beauty and friendly people that is why many tourists are pleased to stay in the luxurious hotels in Lagos.
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