Ikeja is the capital city of Lagos State; the Center of Excellence and the commercial nerve center of Nigeria. It’s home to the seat of the Lagos State Government, several industrial estates, two airports, schools, markets, police stations, malls, restaurants, bars, shopping arcades, radio stations, television stations and different hotel establishments. More importantly, it’s also home to one of the most exquisite and exotic hotels in Nigeria, the Lagos Airport Hotel.
Located in one of the few business districts in Ikeja, along Obafemi Awolowo road, the Lagos Airport Hotel is owned by the O’dua group of companies, a South Western Nigerian Conglomerate that also owns the Cocoa House and other investments. The hotel has close to three hundred rooms that comprise of different presidential and business suites, executive and monarchical suites, not leaving out lots of rooms that come in different sizes, standards, ambience and features.
Its proximity to the busiest Airport in Nigeria; the Murtala Mohammed Airport, the Local Airport and several Industrial estates, makes it a highly sought after hotel and hospitality facility for tourists, business moguls, captains of Industry, politicians, corporate executives, leisure seekers and holiday makers.
One of the unique features that Lagos Airport Hotel offers is an Olympic sized swimming pool where one can swim, relax and get relieved after a busy and hectic week or during a sunny day. The swimming pool is properly maintained under strict hygienic conditions; chairs and tables have also being provided to aid relaxation and well being. Other important features the hotel offers are a game center (for table tennis, snooker, casino etc), a gym, spa, a well equipped clinic, a beauty salon, a banquet hall, bar and a restaurant.
The hotel boasts of modern security and discreet surveillance system covering the parking lot and the perimeter fencing. Rooms could go for as low as N13,500 and as high as N200, 000 per night.
The Lagos Airport Hotel is certainly a pride to behold, the only thing left is for you to make that vital decision of experiencing such pride.