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Insight & Analysis - April 8, 2022

7 Most Expensive Hotels in Nigeria

The most expensive hotels in Nigeria are located in Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria’s commercial capital and official capital, respectively.

In 2015, Lagos State had 1,164 hotels, accounting for about a quarter of the Nigerian hotel sector, most of which are hotel chains. Although independent hotel brands also played a considerable role.

While many sectors of the Nigerian economy have struggled recently, the hotel industry has continued to grow and is seen as one of the significant contributors to the country’s economy.

Here is a list of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria.

The George

The George Hotel, located on Lugard Avenue in Ikoyi, Lagos, was established in 2015 as an independent premium boutique hotel.

Its position makes it the best place for business people looking for a one-of-a-kind and secluded place to stay. 

The hotel features 61 en-suite rooms, from traditional rooms to penthouse suites, with high-end decoration and amenities.

The hotel’s sophisticated business amenities make it an ideal location for meetings and gatherings. The cost of a hotel room ranges from 188,000+ per night, depending on the space.

Fraser Suites

Source: Fraser Hospitality

Fraser is situated in Abuja’s Central Business District and was founded in 2018 by the Fraser Hospitality Africa Group. 

Fraser Suite offers 126 Gold-Standard homes that combine comfort, style, and technology with excellent facilities and exclusive in-house services. As a result, the hotel’s dining, Gazebo, and Café made Nigeria’s top ten most costly hotels.

The hotel also has a variety of pleasant meeting and event facilities. It divided these areas into two conference rooms, two boardrooms, and four breakout rooms, which are well-suited to any event or gathering. 

The event halls at Fraser Hotel can accommodate over 250 people, providing ample room for any occasion. 

Its event space is one of Nigeria’s largest event rooms. The cost of a room ranges from 132,000 above per night, depending on the room.

The Wheatbaker

Source: Hotels. ng

The hotel was built in 1880 and lay in the centre of Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria. The Wheatbaker was named after Amos Stanley Wynter Shackleford, an industrious Jamaican entrepreneur and baker who built the structure that today houses the Wheatbaker Hotel.

The hotel has about 65 guest rooms arranged across three floors, with all having individually controlled air conditions and other luxury items. The cost of a room ranges from 128,000 above per night, depending on the space.


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The Legend Hotel Lagos, Curio Collection by Hilton

Source: The Guardian Nigeria News

The hotel, which opened in 2018, is located in Lagos, close to the Murtala Muhammed International Airport.

It was one of the 18 Curio Collection by Hilton brands, a global collection of remarkable high-end and luxury hotels hand-picked for distinct character and individuality.

The hotel infuses African and modern decoration. The cost of a room ranges from 117,000 above per night, depending on the space.

Transcorp Hilton Hotel

Source: Agoda Official Site

The Transcorp Hilton hotel is located in Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria. The hotel provides convenient access to the commercial sector, various tourist sites, and a variety of business and recreational services.

It offers approximately 667 luxuriously designed guest rooms, suites, and executive rooms available for clients who desire to enjoy life to the maximum in luxury. 

The rooms have city views, luxurious mattresses, workstations, free Wi-Fi, marble baths, etc. The cost of a room ranges from 108,000 above per night, depending on the room.

Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel

Source: Travel Weekly

This hotel is located on Ozumba Mbadiwe Road, Lagos state. The Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the world’s fastest-growing hotel corporations, owns it. The company owns and operates over 400 hotels across the globe and in Nigeria.

The 170 rooms and suites are styled by a well-known Swedish hospitality designer, Christian Lundwall. The cost of a room ranges from 105,000 per night, depending on the room.

Sheraton Hotel

Source: The Guardian Nigeria News

The hotel was founded in the early 1980s in the heart of Abuja and is a subsidiary of Marriot International. It is also owned by the Sheraton Hotels and Resorts global hotel group. 

The hotel offers visitors excellent views of the city and mountains from its 12 stories and over 500 air-conditioned rooms. The cost of a room ranges from 104,000 above per night, depending on the room.


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