Are you looking for top 10 most expensive hotels in Nigeria? Do you wish to travel to any part of Nigeria and enjoy the best hotel around there? If the answer to these questions is yes, then read on as I reveal to you the best relaxation spots Nigeria has to offer. Some things are made specifically for very rich people in order to give them comfort which their money brings – that will be the emphasis of this piece.

Nigeria is a country with huge tourist potentials – though these potentials remain largely untapped. I will take you on a tour through the top 10 most expensive hotels in Nigeria so that you can go check them out. Note that in hotels, there are suites which are more expensive than others. So, in this this piece, I will show you hotels with very expensive rooms. This way, you know about places where big wigs like you relax and enjoy their hard-earned wealth. Please note that this ranking is based on the least affordable room (suite) not the most expensive. Also, prices are largely unstable. Are you ready for the adventure? Good!

TOP 10 HOTELS IN NIGERIA

10. LAGOS SHERATON HOTEL:

 

sheraton
Address: 30 Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, P.O. Box 21189 Airport Road, Lagos.

Price per night: Depending on the suite, the least is from USD $156 and above
Services/facilities available: Free parking lot, bar and lounge, outdoor pool, pool table, barbecue grills, 24/7 power supply, free Wi-Fi, airport cab services, meals, business center, etc.

Make your reservations now:
Phone: +234-1-2800 100
Website: www.sheratonlagos.com

9. FEDERAL PALACE HOTEL:

 

federal-palace-hotel
Address: 6 – 8 Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos

Price per night: Depending on the suite, it ranges from USD $159 – USD $307
Services/facilities available: Free parking lot, terrace and restaurant, outdoor pool, casino, 24/7 power supply, airport cab services, etc.
Make your reservations now:
Phone: +234 1 277 9000
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.suninternational.com/federal-palace/

 

8. LAGOS ORIENTAL HOTEL.

 

lagos-oriental-hotel
Address: 3 Lekki/Epe Expressway, Lekki, Lagos
Price per night: depending on the suite, it ranges from USD $160 – USD $180
Services/facilities available: Expansive parking lot, bar, terrace and fitness center, outdoor pool and barbecue, free Wi-Fi, etc.
Make your reservation now:
Phone: +234 1 280 6600
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.lagosoriental.com

7. HOTEL PRESIDENTIAL, PORT HARCOURT:

 

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Address: 5141 Aba Road, Port Harcourt.

Price per night: Depending on the suite, it ranges from USD $161 to $256
Services/facilities available: Free parking lot, bar and lounge, outdoor pool, pool table, 24/7 power supply, free Wi-Fi, airport cab services, bush bar, night club, meals, business center, etc.

Make your reservations now:
Phone: +234-805 555 9500
Website: www.hotel-presidential.com
Email: [email protected]

6. EKO HOTEL AND SUITES, LAGOS.

 

Sheraton Hotels
Address: Plot 1415 Adetokunbo Ademola Street, PMB 12724, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Price per night: Depending on the suite, it ranges between USD $170 and USD $247
Services/facilities available: Outdoor pool, room service, bar/lounge, fitness center, beach, restaurant, free parking lot, gym, etc.
Make your reservations:
Phone: 234 1 2772700-25
Website: www.ekohotels.com
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

 

5. SHERATON HOTEL AND RESORTS, ABUJA :

 

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Address: 1 Ladi Kwali Way, Maitama, Abuja.
Price per night: Depending on the suite, it ranges from USD $177 to USD $309
Services/facilities available: Room service, accommodation, bar, barbecue by outdoor pool, dine by fish pond, free parking space, car rental, law tennis and squash racket court, beauty/barbing salon, fitness center, Jacaranda Casino, etc.
Make your reservation now:
Phone: 234 (0) 9 461 2000
Website: www.abujasheraton.com

 

4. SOUTHERN SUN HOTEL, LAGOS:

 

Southern-Sun-Ikoyi-Hotel-Lagos
Address: 47 Alfred Rewane Road, Eti-Osa LGA, Ikoyi, Lagos.
Price per night: Depending on the suite, it ranges from USD $188 to $360
Services/facilities available: Free parking lot, bar and lounge, outdoor pool, pool table, 24/7 power supply, free Wi-Fi, airport cab services, meals, business center, etc.
Make your reservations now:
Phone: +234-1-280 5200
Email: [email protected]

 

3. TRANSCORP HILTON, ABUJA.

 

transcorp hilton hotel
Address: 1 Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja.
Price per night: depending on the suite, it ranges from USD $216 to USD $508
Services/facilities available: Free parking lot, pets not allowed, casino, laundry, meeting, banquet, Olympic size pool, 24/7 power supply, airport cab services, etc.
Make your reservations now:
Phone: +234-708-060-3000
Email: [email protected]

 

2. INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL, LAGOS.

 

intercontinental-lagos

 

Address: 2 Kofo Abayomi Street, Plot 52, Victoria Island, Lagos
Price per night: Depending on the suite, it ranges from USD $234 to USD $402.
Services/facilities available: Free parking lot, outdoor pool, free Wi-fi, room service, restaurant (Chinese, Italian, etc), fitness center, wheel chair access, airport cab services, cocktail bar/lounge, shisha and football night every week, spa, and suites.
Make your reservation now:
Phone: 234-1-2366-666
Email: [email protected]

 

1. PROTEA HOTEL, IKEJA:

 

Protea-Hotel
Address: 42/44 Isaac John Street, Ikeja GRA, Lagos
Price per night: Depending on the suite, it ranges from USD $238 – USD $458
Services/facilities available: Free parking lot, ATM banking service, bar and lounge, terrace and restaurant, outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi, free newspaper in lobby, casino, 24/7 power supply, airport cab services, etc.
Make your reservations now:
Phone: +234 1 277 9000
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.suninternational.com/federal-palace/

Just as expected, the top 10 most expensive hotels in Nigeria are mainly in Lagos and Abuja which are commercial capital and administrative capital of Nigeria respectively. Many factors led to the growth of hospitality business in Nigeria.

Some of them include the influx of foreigners into the country, the burning desire to have a well-deserved vacation during official leaves amongst comfortable Nigerians, interesting events (like carnivals and festivals) are being encouraged by many Nigerian states, the need to stay safe in the face of national insecurity (especially amongst foreigners) and among others.

Note that prices depend on the class of room you require. Also, prices change from time to time – it increases mostly during festive periods. Now that you know my list of top 10 most expensive hotels in Nigeria, go and have yourself a great time in any of them and I trust you will be glad you did.