Billionaire’s Lifestyle: Top 10 Most Expensive Hotels In Nigeria

You would be surprised by how much some of these hotels charge just for a night’s rest. Nigerian creme de la creme hotels have been ranked as the 2nd most expensive hotels in the world.

This are the most expensive hotels in Nigeria, A great vacation turns into a brilliant experience only if the accommodation meets all your needs and you can chill out like a queen or a king!

You would be surprised by how much some of these hotels charge just for a night’s rest. Nigerian creme de la creme hotels have been ranked as the 2nd most expensive hotels in the world.

The most expensive hotels in Nigeria get involved in a challenging competition for the sake of elite visitors’ appreciation: exquisite interior, special lighting, tailor-made features, and much more.

Most of the people visiting these accommodations don’t pay attention to the price, because they need comfort, privacy and a secure place to stay, to hold a seminar or a business event.

This research was done by Hogg Robinson Group, and it reflects the highest quality of hotels in Nigeria: you will be surprised to know that Nigerian hotels take the second place in the world due to their high cost. Here below is the list of the top 10 most expensive hotels in Nigeria;

  1. The Lagos Continental Hotel (Formerly Intercontinental Hotel) {N982,585 per night}:

The Lagos Continental Hotel is the tallest hotel in Nigeria. It stands at 80 stories, Victoria Island, Lagos, just a few minutes from the internal Embassies, Silverbird Cinemas and Ikoyi Club.

358 beautifully-adored apartments which offers a unique blend of luxury and gracious hospitality. Each of the rooms provides breathtaking views of Lagos skyline, port area, and the neighbourhood.

2. Transcorp Hilton, Abuja – {N964,600 per night}:

Transcorp Hilton is a beautiful gem that is ideally set in the heart of Nigeria’s Federal Capital, in close vicinity to the airport and business area filled with embassies and government buildings. It provides elegant apartments that meet overall standards and offer enchanting panoramas of the city.

Spacious meeting rooms provide all the necessary audio-visual equipment to stay on the top during any event. After a day in the city or a business event, make yourself comfortable at one of seven restaurants and bars; recharge in the fitness room or refresh in the outdoor swimming pool, or have fun in the gaming-house.

3. Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel, Lagos, V.I. – {N508,484 per night}:

Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel, Lagos, V.I. is a charming accommodation, set on the picturesque banks of the Victoria Island in Lagos Lagoon. It features perfect location for both business guests and leisure travellers; just a few minutes separate this in from corporate headquarters, consulates, banking districts, top Lagos sights, and shopping malls.

There are 170 suites and guestrooms, which represent a good solution of Scandinavian design and lavish facilities. If you are about to have a seminar, a conference, a special occasion or a wedding ceremony, there is no better place to hold it than to choose one of the function rooms, overlooking Lagos Lagoon.

You should pamper your tummy with local delicacies flavoured with traditional hospitality at the Voyage Restaurant or enjoy light grilled meals on the terrace Surface Bar & Grill. Don’t be afraid to get extra-calories! The on-site gym will help you keep your body fit and sound.

4. Southern Sun Ikoyi Hotel, Lagos – {N453,473 per night}:

Southern Sun Hotel is a self-contained vacation property that is set in Lagos’ suburb of Ikoyi, within easy access to the Government offices and business area. It is suitable for both convention and leisure travellers.

The hotel provides 195 enchanting suites and rooms, which guarantee nothing but ultimate comfort and relaxation. There is no need to search for better function space than Southern Sun Ikoyi Hotel can offer you: contemporary design, new-age techniques, and the best service.

5. The Wheatbaker, Lagos – {N441,530 per night}:

The Wheatbaker is a luxurious boutique hotel, which is situated close to the Lagos business districts of lkoyi and Victoria Island, what makes it a perfect place for all kinds of travellers.

The hotel stands 35 kilometres from Murtala Muhammed International Airport. This property provides exclusive world-class service and amenities with its elegant guest rooms.

Every day you can taste seafood, meat, a selection of local delicacies and pasta in the Eko Bar, the Grill Room, and Saraya Deli.

6. Lagos Oriental Hotel – {N450,000 per night}:

Lagos Oriental Hotel is an excellent choice for a stay in the heart of Lagos. Come to experience luxury, dynamic modernity and certain comfort within its 73 guestrooms, whose modern interior is supplemented with artworks and refined furniture.

The on-site facilities make it possible to cater large events, meetings, and celebrations. For dining, you can settle into the Japanese Gourmet Restaurant, the Chinese Restaurant, and the Lobby Lounge & Bar.

7. Lagos Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja – {N413,300 per night}:

Lagos Sheraton Hotel is a marvellous place, which blends international facilities with Nigerian hospitality. Its apartments provide ultimate privacy and signature furnishings. Within the hotel area, you can enjoy facilities for relaxation (gym, pool) and holding business or private events.

If you wish to dine, take a glance into the most exclusive Italian restaurant in Lagos, serving grilled products and Nigerian cuisine. Efficient service and dedicated personnel are provided to every guest round the clock!

8. Nicon Luxury, Abuja – {N394,490 per night}:

Nicon Luxury, Abuja is a comfortable hotel, which offers to experience personalised service and premium comfort in the very heart of the Federal Capital Territory.

Its apartments provide enough space and deluxe amenities to make you feel relaxed and renovated. The hotel can host a business event or a private celebration at one of its spacious conference rooms.

The on-site facilities for recharging include outdoor swimming pools, the Spa, a steam room, a gym, squash court, and lawn tennis court. On the hotel’s area, you can also taste local specialties and Mediterranean cuisine dishes at one of the restaurants.

9. Sheraton Abuja Hotel – {N388,330 per night}:

Sheraton Abuja Hotel is a sophisticated hotel that nestles in Abuja, the heart of Federal Capital of Nigeria. It is found just a few minutes away from its most featured attractions and Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport.

Its 420 comfortable guest rooms blend traditional warmth, modern comfort, and impeccable service. In case if you plan a business event, the hotel’s personnel will gladly provide you with the necessary meeting space.

After a busy day in the city, you can relax at the state-of-the-art fitness centre, play tennis, squash or basketball, and recharge in two large swimming pools.

There are five restaurants and a lobby bar, which provide fine dining, snacks, and beverages.

10. Hotel Presidential, Port Harcourt – {N237,524 per night}:

Hotel Presidential is an excellent location for both business and family vacation. This hotel is located in Port Harcourt just a stone thrown from such landmarks as Port Harcourt Tourist Beach, Port Harcourt Zoo, Port Harcourt Golf Club and Port Harcourt City Mall.

The clientele of Hotel Presidential is offered to choose among a wide range of categories to all tastes with different views. All of them boast with excellent services and a luxurious interior.

On-site you can renovate powers in the swimming pool, make your muscles work at the gym or play a game or two with a friend at the tennis court. In case if there is no time left but you have to plan a business event or a special occasion, ask personnel for help and you will be provided with event space.

There is also a bar, a lounge and a restaurant, where you can share some dining, enjoy a coffee break or have a snack. If you like to party, there is also a good choice for you – the on-site nightclub, provides great vibes and relaxing atmosphere!…

Written by Jacob Akpene

Jacob Akpene is the Editor-in-chief of the Lasgidi Online Brand. He handles the administrative, content creation and the smooth running of the blog.

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