The demand for travel to Nigeria has over the years hit a high and with it, state-of-the-art hotels and restaurants have been built to accommodate the visitors.
While some could be visiting for business reasons, others would be visiting Nigeria to enjoy the culture and tour the famous Lagos, Ikeja and Abuja. Further, Nigerians have a reputation for eating life with a big spoon. It is for these high fliers that there are several high-class hotels of international standards.
A recent study by Hogg Robinson indicated that Nigerian hotels are the second most expensive in the world, a factor informed by its location, architectural design, services, lighting, landscaping, among other things. In Nigeria, it is no brainer to find a room going for $3,000 per night in Abuja and Lagos.
Nonetheless, most of these luxurious hotels are centrally placed and offer tailored services to their clients. The services offered are of international standards and worth every dime. They are also situated near the best shopping malls and leisure facilities. Below are the most expensive hotels in Nigeria.
Lagos Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, $2964 per night
Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos $2398 per night
InterContinental Lagos Hotel $2044 per night
Transcorp Hilton, Abuja $1481 per night
Nicon Luxury, Abuja $1191 per night
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, Abuja $1108 per night
Lagos Oriental Hotel $969 per night
Southern Sun Hotel Lagos $722 per night
Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island Lagos $721 per night