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Best Places To Stay in Lagos, Nigeria

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If your next stop is Lagos, you’ll want to research your accommodations a few weeks in advance. The good news is that there are several hotels that offer fantastic accommodations and service. From extravagant 5-star hotels with ocean views to wonderfully outfitted boutique inns and guesthouses, you’ll find it all in Lagos. Without a doubt, there is something for traveler’s taste. Discover this charming tourist destination and everything it has to offer for your next vacation or getaway.

La Campagne Tropicana

A lovely seaside resort situated along the coastline of the Atlantic sea and flanked by a lake, La Campagne Tropicana is a picturesque and tranquil hotel with every one of the offices needed a charming remain in Lagos.

The rooms at La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort offer a fantastic view of the sea and feature a minibar, plus much more.

Recreation amenities include a swimming pool, quad bicycles, and water sports rentals are also available at La Campagne Tropicana. Your stay at La Campagne Tropicana guarantees to be a great one.

Golden Tulip Festac

The Golden Tulip Festac stands out from other hotels in Lagos. This lavish hotel is perfect for visitors who want comfort and luxury. This hotel features two top of the line restaurants and a bar. Golden Tulip facilities include is a golf course, a squash court, hiking trails, and a tennis court. You will also get access to a jogging track, a spa, and sauna available for use.

Eko Hotel Lagos

This 5-star hotel in Victoria Island is luxury at its best. Eko Hotel caters to both leisure and business travelers. Some of the amenities you’ll get include a business, Lawn Tennis Court, a Swimming pool, as well as a steam room, and spa. are available. Dining options include 8 restaurants and a bar.

The Lagos Continental Hotel

This 5-Star hotel located in the popular high-brow area of Lagos features 352 tastily furnished rooms and fantastic amenities so that your stay is the best that it can be.

The Lagos Continental Hotel is the tallest hotel in Nigeria so you are almost certain to have a fantastic view from the terraces. Some of the amenities you’ll enjoy include several dining options as well as a swimming pool, spa, and gym.

Ibis Hotel

One of the best hotels in Nigeria,  the Ibis hotel is located in the business district in Lagos. Along with luxurious rooms, they offer some great amenities including fantastic dining options and access to the recreational center. When you stay at Ibis, you are getting the best of comfort and value.


Inagbe Resort

Experience luxury at its finest at Inagbe Resort. This hotel is in a good location for both vacations and weekends away. Some of the great amenities available to guests include tasteful and comfortable rooms, horse riding, tennis courts, and much more.

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