Top 10 Most Expensive Hotels in Nigeria with Cost per Night

Nigeria is regarded as one of the most expensive countries to visit in Africa. The cost of living index by city in the country is a reflection of how much work the government and economic intelligence experts still have to do on reviewing ineffective economic policies. The effect of the naira crash and oil price volatility has trickled down to affect the cost of basic commodities, feeding as well as housing.

A research by Hogg Robinson Group indicates that hotels in Nigeria are the second most expensive in the world with an average room rate of £217.05.

It might be intriguing to note that for an accommodation at Transcorp Hilton Abuja, one has to splurge between ₦112,413 – ₦662,500 for a night.

It suffice to say that in spite of the economic hardship faced by Nigerians, our people still have a collective penchant for all things pricey and high end.

  1. Transcorp Hilton Abuja:

The presidential suite

transcorp hilton abuja

This suite is made up of 3 rooms which consist of a king room and 2 twin rooms. With a living room of its own, a kitchen and a dining area. The presidential suite of Transcorp Hilton Abuja costs ₦665, 000 per night.

  1. Lagos Oriental Hotel:

The presidential suite

lagos oriental abuja

The presidential suite of Lagos Oriental Hotel costs ₦400, 000 per night. The suite allows a maximum occupancy of 5 guests. A mini bar is available in the suite and additional bed can be provided on request.

  1. Eko Hotel & Suites:

Eko Signature Presidential Suite

eko hotel

Eko Hotel Lagos is one of the well frequented and most popular hotels in Lagos. Its Eko Signature Presidential Suite costs ₦300, 000 per night. It is equipped with two separate lounges, a foyer, dining area, a library and kitchenette.

  1. Hotel Presidential Port Harcourt:

The presidential suite

hotel presidential port harcourt

Hotel Presidential is one of the best hotels in Port Harcourt. The most expensive suite at Hotel Presidential is its Presidential suite; it is large enough for 4 adult occupants and cost about ₦199, 600 per night.

  1. Southern Sun Ikoyi:

The Executive Suite

southern sun ikoyi

Southern Sun is a luxury hotel in Ikoyi Lagos with about 200 rooms. Its Executive Suite cost ₦250, 000 per night.

  1. The George Ikoyi:

Penthouse Suite

the george ikoyi

The George, Ikoyi is a four star luxury hotel in Lagos. With about 61 distinctly styled rooms. The hotel offers modern comfort facilities with a touch of Renaissance. The Penthouse Suite costs ₦450, 000 per night.

  1. Sheraton Abuja Hotel:

Club Presidential

sheraton hotel abuja

The prestigious Sheraton Abuja Hotel is a 5 star hotel in Abuja located strategically at an integral part of the city. Equipped with all the major modern facilities guests can think of, its Club Presidential Suite costs ₦336, 950 per night.

  1. Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel:

Business Class Hotel

radisson blu

A luxury hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos. Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel lies on the water front just a few kilometres from Victoria Island. The Business Class Suite of the hotel cost ₦104, 185 for an individual suite and ₦116, 625 for larger suite suitable for two occupants per night.

  1. Apartment Royale Hotel & Suite:

Presidential Suite

apartment royale

Apartment Royale Hotel & Suite, a luxury hotel in Ikeja located close to the Murtala Mohammed Airport and Ikeja City Mall. The Presidential Suite at the hotel costs ₦267 000 per night.

  1. Golden Tulip Hotel Port Harcourt:

Presidential Suite

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Golden Tulip Hotel is located in the Governmental Residential Area of Port Harcourt. It is strategically location at a centre that grants guests easy access to several attractions in the city of Port Harcourt. A stay in the presidential suite of the Golden Tulip Hotel costs ₦250, 000 per night.

Written by: Mariam Banwo Barry

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