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Romantic Getaways in Akwa Ibom States, Lagos, Nigeria

Romantic Getaways in Akwa Ibom States, Lagos, Nigeria
Written by See Africa Today

Nigerian men are arguably in the list of the most romantic men in the continent, which is no mean feat. 

Heralded by this glory which is, somewhat, part of the Nigerian culture, this West African country has enviable romantic spots that couples or lovers should visit.

Clear Essence California Spa and Wellness Centre

Clear essence Hotel and Spa

Clear essence Hotel and Spa. [Photo courtesy]

Lovebirds in Ikoyi, Lagos know all too well about Clear Essence California Spa and Wellness Centre. This is one of the most prestigious places for romantic outs. The spa is just out of this world oozing with opulence and class. Nigerian cuisine crowns the romantic getaway.

Epe Resort and Spa

Epe Spa

Epe [Photo by The Guardian Nigeria]

On the other end of Lagos is Ajah which houses the beautifully designed Epe Resort and Spa off Lekki-Epe Expressway. Everything about Epe Resort and Spa is mind-blowing. From the well-manicured gardens, sports, exquisite rooms to the best of cuisines in town; it’s a spot worth every dime.

Le Meridien Ibom Golf Resort

Le meridien

Le Meridien Ibom Golf Resort [Photo World Resort]

Acres of towering palm trees give this place unrivalled serenity as a greenery carpet welcomes you for a memorable romantic getaway at Le Meridien Ibom Golf Resort in Akwa Ibom State. It is one of the most expensive resorts in the region with a memorable experience. Local food largely featuring in the menu is delicious. The resort offers a world-class 18-hole golf course.

Hermitage Garden Resort

A romantic getaway with a taste of both modernity and the wild takes you to Hermitage Garden Resort in Lekki. This romantic spot is where those memories are rekindled or cemented by the fun of not only being in this luxurious resort but also in visiting the nearby famous Lekki Conservation Area.

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