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Finding Hotels in Lagos Nigeria can be tough sometimes. However, you can discover affordable Hotels in Lagos from Atlanticride without paying a dime.
Fluffy beds, snug rooms, carpets so thick you could breaststroke in them, and an enchanting view of the city through the window; room service, poolside lounges and that dude with the outlandish dress style pulling his luggage behind him – his likely a tourist looking to check-in, just like you did not long ago.
Does this picture look familiar? You don’t have a hard time guessing we are here jawing about life in a great hotel, and the great hotels in Lagos. Are you visiting Lagos anytime soon and you’d admire to check into a hotel?
Let’s fancy you with the best ten hotels in Lagos in no particular order, with services worth their prices; every kobo.
1. The Wheatbaker Hotel
The Wheatbaker hotel is one of the best hotels Lagos would offer a visitor with a somewhat spacious pocket —if you dig what we mean. The hotel has got one of the most peculiar architecture; simple structures, yet elegant in a mellow way that is both attractive and soothing. It feels like walking into a Hollywood Imax lekki cinema, the sort that is set in LA, or someplace thereabouts.
But Wheatbaker is in Lagos, Ikoyi, Lawrence road, not so far from the Lekki bridge. You’d love the view of the Atlantic across the downtown skyline, blue and forever flung. It is breathtaking to behold from a terrace in this beautiful hotel.
Outdoor pools with sunbeds and spas, and while in these places you can hitch up to the free WiFi. Your room is air-conditioned, fitted with a coffee machine to keep your energy stats up and a safe deposit box to keep your spending in. Free parking, food, and drink, air shuttle— they got it all.
They serve some of the best feng shui in the country. Some of why it’s rated 8.3 stars. The luxury king room at the Wheatbaker hotel costs N152,145 for one night. Try Wheatbaker hotel, you’d say we told you so.
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2. Eko Hotel And Suites
Let Eko hotel and suits enthrall you this holiday, or, well, on your honeymoon. Get a dash of the ocean in your morning as you sip on a cup of Top tea from one of their branded mugs. Situated at 1415 Adetokunbo Ademola Street Victoria Island, you can never miss the Nigerians, the aura of Lagos drifting up to you as fresh air blows the clean curtains.
There’s an outdoor pool downstairs, barbecues, tennis court, children’s playground, and when you’re done playing, get back on the terrace and connect on social media through the ready WiFi. There is a fitness center, massage, sauna, and spa. Front desk service includes a concierge, ATM, currency exchange, and ticket service. Cleaning service will get your clothes pampered, while business service will let you use the facilities for your business meetings. Users have rated the Eko hotel on 7.6 stars. That inspires a lot of confidence.
Children of all ages are welcome to stay in the hotel, under the supervision of their parents of course. Hotel policy requires that guests check-in between 2:00 pm and 12:00 am, and check out between 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm.
With N79,376 a night, you can enjoy all of this and more in one of their Superior suits.
3. Lagos Continental Hotel
At plot 52A, Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos you’ll find the very beautiful and inexhaustible concave structure, imposing terrace held aloft by eight pillars that turn gold at night under yellow lights.
This hotel offers comfortable rooms with air-conditioning, hot tubs, free toiletries, a flat-screen with cable channels and DVD players. So you are away from your home but are actually not. Stare out to the ocean from elegant rooms designed to want to make you stay in all day. And when you do pry yourself away from the heavenliness indoors, you can step into the restaurant, bathe in the pool, steam at the sauna, or sweat it out at the fitness center.
Interestingly, some rooms come with their own kitchen; in there you’d find wine glasses, high chairs, electric kettle.
A Superior room (with a balcony) at the Continental costs a paltry N84,042 a night. No prepayments needed. Check-in time is 2:00pm to 12:00am, check out time is until 11:00am.
4. Maison Fahrenheit Hotel
We wanted to know why this hotel at plot 1405, Ademola Adetokunbo Street, Victoria Island, would name itself after a temperature calibration. We kind of thought it must be because the Maison hotel is about the coolest hotel in Lagos, take our word for it, and bank it!
This hotel doesn’t deal with too many colors. The hotel prides itself on the rarity of hues. It is almost always white around there, like the Poles, snow white and cool like that. The rooms are classy, all white with a touch of red, blue, and sometimes brown.
Any lover of art would stay at the Maison Fahrenheit.
Thirteen miles away from the Murtala Muhammed Airport, the hotel provides a view of the city, the rooms are air-conditioned and there is a minibar for when you need to unwind, alone or with your guests.
It is one of the acutely few hotels in Lagos with a garden where you can breathe pure plant air. A standard double room with breakfast costs N53,794, a night. At the Maison Fahrenheit check-in time is 2:00 pm to 12:00 am, check out is 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Cancellation and prepayment depend on the room type.
5. Hotel Bon Voyage
Striking an impressive pose on the edge of the water, right on 57A, J Marinho Drive, Victoria Island, you’d find the tower, crested with the hotel’s insignia. On that jutting piece of real estate, just in front and facing the water there are cabanas especially spotted there for the fresh Atlantic breeze.
It is the Hotel Bon Voyage.
They offer an outdoor pool and bar, WiFi, and a proper fitness center. The rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs, air-conditioning and minibar. There’s a tour desk, ironing, and laundry. Other facilities at the hotel include free parking, free WiFi, pool and spa, restaurant, mini bar, business facilities, shuttle service, and so on. Pets are not allowed in the hotel, check-in time is 2:00 pm to 12:00 am and check out time is until 11:00 am.
The lowest rate for a standard room at Bon Voyage is N30,791 and N33,508 for a deluxe double room.
6. Maroko Bayshore Suites
Another tasteful hotel that made it into this compilation is the very homely Maroko Bayshore hotel. A mere 1.9km from the Ikoyi golf club, it is on the lip of earth on the bay, situated on 20–24 Ozumba Imbadiwe road, Victoria Island.
The architecture is unpretentious. The environment is neat and the facility is state of the art. A deluxe studio goes for #39,000 for a night and clients get their money worth with the following facilities; rooms come with a sitting area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channel, private bathroom with free toiletries and shower, certain rooms have air conditioning, their own balconies, outdoor pool, coffee shop, wardrobe in the guestroom, staff that speaks Arabic and English. Guests rate this hotel 8.8 stars. The hotel accepts Visa and MasterCard. Check-in time is 2:00pm, check out is until 12:00pm.
Not far away, precisely 1.2 miles away, guests can visit the Mega Plaza Century 21 Mall.
A Deluxe studio is N39,000 per night.
7. The Cate House
With a rating of 9.3 stars, the Cate House hotel has been described by numerous guests as “simply wonderful.” Less than 20 minutes walk from Red Door gallery and a little ways from Victoria beach, the property reeks comfort and elegance.
Rooms all come with sitting areas, customary flat-screen TVs, air-conditioning, a private bathroom, a fridge, and electric teapot. Each morning, breakfast opens with a continental dish. The national museum and Mega Plaza Century 21 mall are nearby if guests want to sightsee. They have free private parking and free WiFi as well. Family rooms come with walk-in bathrooms.
To enjoy a standard room for a night, it will cost N22,459.
8. The Seattle Residences
The Seattle hotel is on No. 12 Walter Carrington Crescent, Victoria Island Lagos. It is a beautiful structure with two pools in front of it, a rectangular and around one. There is a garden, a fitness bar, and a large lounge. The National Museum is nearby and the Freedom Park is just 3.1 km away. A lake view, a terrace, are some of the colorful things about the hotel.
Guests especially love that the rooms are equipped with a dishwasher, microwave, an electric teapot, hot tub, free toiletries, and a desk. All guest rooms have a flat-screen TV and air-conditioning, a closet, and a coffee machine; select rooms provide guests with a sitting area.
The Seattle Residence provides a hot tub or jacuzzi, and a massage room. Whole families can stay up in the hotel at a three-bedroom apartment at the rate of N202,860 for a night.
9. Alamo by Redmenn
One of the best hotels in Lagos with a peculiar name, the Alamo By Redmenn is cradled somewhere with the reach of The Musical Society of Nigeria, Iga Idungaran-oba of Lagos Palace, the Cathedral Church of Christ, Central Mosque of Lagos and Lagos Harbour —all on that patch of luxury called Banana Island.
It is a vacation home, to be most appropriately described, with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a balcony that gets you the view of the lake. There’s a grill on the property, and a golf course not s far away.
When families book they can come with their dog, or some other pet. They can enjoy food and drink by the outdoor pool. There’s free parking, free WiFi, and the price for one night is N92,750.
10. Four Points by Sheraton Lagos
Four Points by Sheraton is at Plot 9/10 Block 2 Oniru Chieftaincy Estate Victoria Island. One of the most comfortable places you can be outside your home, it is very attractive and you’d get your money’s worth in style hospitality.
Each room has got its own sitting area and flat-screen TV, air-conditioning, and balcony in select rooms. Every room has a private bathroom.
The restaurant serves British, African, and Caribbean delicacies. We are informed that there is an option for a gluten-free cuisine. The staff speaks English and French so there is no language barrier. Guests can go from the hotel to visit the National Museum which is 3.1m away.
For a standard twin, guest room, 2 twin/single bed, and a view of the city guests pay N71,617.
What’re holidays without hotels and guest houses? Lagos is a tourist city with its own repute. The city offers great opportunities, there’s commerce, but it is also an entertainment hub. With its several beaches and clubs, out of towners need hotels if they would not be stranded.
Here we have given you a rundown of some of the excellent hotels in Lagos. Next time you are in Lagos, your need for comfort is cared for.