Nigeria is one of the major African countries that attracts a large number of foreigners. There is also high rate of travel within Nigeria. This has made the need and demand for hotel facilities to escalate. Another factor that led to the increase in the demand for standard hotel accommodation in the country is the issue of security. Everyone is conscious of his or her dear life and therefore needs a safe place to rest and operate from whenever he/she is far from home. Recent researches, especially that of Hogg Robinson Group have shown that Nigerian hotels are the second most expensive in the world with an average room rate of £217.05 (N53,267). You might be baffled to hear that at a place like The Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja, one has to pay as much as ₦101,613 – ₦465,023 just to pass a night. One may be wondering why such prodigious amount should be spent just in the name of comfortable lodging. Therefore, we explore the top 20 most expensive hotels in Nigeria. These hotels are virtually, if not completely, of international standards. Providing comfortable accommodation, relaxation and leisure facilities, top security, great shopping accessibility, trendy local and intercontinental dishes and so on. None of them costs less than N40k per night so be ready to dip your hands deep into your pocket if you intend to stay in one.
Below are the 20 Most Expensive Hotels in Nigeria at the Moment. The price includes the executive and presidential suites:
Nicon Luxury, Abuja: N430,000 Per Night
Protea Hotel, Ikeja: N235,000 Per Night
InterContinental Lagos Hotel: N738,000 Per Night
Lagos Oriental Hotel: N350,000 Per Night