Amidst Military Coup d’états Is the Military Regime Coming Back in Africa ? The taking over of governments by force of arms or through coup d’états appears to be gradually becoming the new normal in Africa, especially in West Africa, where the armed forces of Mali, Guinea Conakry and Burkina Faso have taken over the reins of government.
The dark era of military governments, which took away the joy of independence from Africa, may be creeping into the continent again.
In West Africa, Colonel Assimi Goita of Mali and Colonel Mammady Doumbouya of the Armed Forces of Guinea-Conakry started this ugly trend, a bad example, which other armed forces may be tempted to follow if not stopped now.
In this regard, the African Union and ECOWAS countries should take swift actions against the leader of the junta in Burkina Faso, Lieutenant Colonel Paul Henri Sandaogo Damiba, and suppress the rebellion in the country.
The ECOWAS Heads of State Summit should give the coup leaders in Ouagadougou an ultimatum to surrender and restore the democratic institutions in the country. Any discussion about organising a future election in Burkina Faso should not even be discussed or entertained.
There are credible reports in the public domain that Damiba and other senior military officers in Burkina Faso have been stealing funds allocated for arms procurement to build lavish mansions in Ouagadougou, and live large at the expense of ordinary soldiers, who are owed several months of salaries.
This coup may have been staged to cover up such high-level corruption and other crimes, such as arms trafficking, diversion of public funds and other criminal activities by top-ranking Burkinabe military officers.
Damiba was also one of the arch loyalists and hit men of deposed President Blaise Campaore from (1987- 2014), who most likely participated in the assassination of former President Thomas Sankara in 1987.
His carried the patriotic tones of Sankara to deceive the public, but behind the mask is Campaore, who will soon be rehabilitated and returned to continue his reign of terror.
The three coups in West Africa are for now a small flame which should be extinguished, before it becomes a raging inferno that will sweep across Africa. Sooner or later, the Armed Forces of Niger Republic, Senegal, Côte d’Ivoire, and Benin Republic will be tempted to take up arms against their governments. Experience has shown that soldiers who are barely literate for the simple fact of carrying weapons, like armed robbers, seize control of states to rob and loot government treasuries, before being kicked out. And sometimes, this may take decades.
The AU and ECOWAS must be resolute in destroying these regimes now, or eventually be confronted with multiple failed states, which the solders must have ravaged and ruined. Of the three states, the junta in Burkina Faso is the most dangerous and ECOWAS/AU must be uncompromising in dealing with it.
On Mali, the isolation and sanctions imposed on the junta should remain and they will work. If the impasse and resistance should continue, further stringent measures should be taken, which may involve military action to remove Goita and his goons from office.
The 16 months electoral transition period to elect a civilian government cannot be extended and Goita will not be a candidate at the election. If these conditions are not met, a war between Goita and the continent should be declared.
In Guinea-Conakry, the coup leader, Doumbouya, has opened the Guinean borders to the Malian junta to break the sanctions against the coup makers. Doumbouya by this act has chosen to confront and fight ECOWAS/AU countries. He must, therefore, be sanctioned accordingly.
The Armed Forces of Africa, especially, West Africa should follow the good examples of their counterparts in South Africa, Senegal, India, Britain, America, and Australia, trained professional and apolitical institutions that do not get involved in political matters, even when civil unrests are at the breaking point.
After clearing the mess in the three renegade countries, the root causes of the wars in Mali and Burkina Faso must be addressed with the support of ECOWAS, AU and the international community.
The request by the Touraregs in Northern Mali for autonomy within a federated Mali must be discussed and negotiated for a peaceful resolution. If the war in Mali is resolved, it will lead to the resolution of other wars in the Sahel region.
Let all Armed Forces in West Africa be warned that military coup in the sub-region is anathema, which will not be tolerated. Military officers should aspire to become Generals and not Heads of State.
Controversy surrounds Okowa’s Chief of Staff Resignation as all eyes seem to be watching.
No fewer than seven commissioners, including the Chief of Staff to the Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, have resigned from the State Executive Council.
Aside from the chief of staff, Festus Agas, who had debunked the claim, others who resigned are Basil Ganagana, Evelyn Oboro, Julius Egbedi, Jonathan Ukodhiko, Christian Onogba, Ovie Oghoore, and Chika Ossai.
Their resignation, it was gathered, may not be unconnected to the requirement of Section 84 (12) of the Electoral Act 2022.
The act stipulates that political appointees must resign their appointments before participating in the 2023 general elections, either as delegates or seeking elective offices.
However, Agas On Friday said that he was yet to resign from his position.
Okowa had last week ordered his cabinet members who have political ambitions to resign their appointment.
Agas’s resignation was said to have been kept in secrecy, as he was sighted in his office from Monday to Friday morning (today).
It was learnt that the Chief of Staff tendered his resignation on Monday.
Credible sources within the Okowa’s government, while confirming the development, said Agas has started moving vital personal documents and belongings from his office.
Also, the Special Assistant to Okowa on Media, Ossai Ovie Success, in a post on his Facebook page on Thursday, confirmed Oga’s resignation.
He wrote, “I just had a good time with Rt Hon Festus Ovie Agas who just resigned as Chief of Staff Government House Asaba. We spent good time together at the office. Rt Hon Ovie Agas has always been a good father, leader with humility and heart of generosity.”
Agas has been severally rumoured to be interested in contesting the 2023 governorship election on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party.
It has also been rumoured that Agas had alleged to have secured the nod of Okowa to go into the race.
But when contacted by our correspondent, Agas denied his resignation.
Enjoy our list of the most mysterious places in the world. This amazing article was compiled by the crazytourist.com . An authentic source for everything travel information.
1. The Bermuda Triangle, Atlantic Ocean
Tales of lost mariners and disappeared ships, crashed aircraft and even vanishing humans, have been emerging from the waters of the Bermuda Triangle for centuries.
The vast area of more than half a million square miles is also known as the Devil’s Triangle, and theories as to why so many travelers fall foul of its clutches abound.
Some say there are magnetic anomalies that throw compasses off course, others that tropical cyclones are to blame, and some say there’s simply no mystery at all! Today, visiting the area can be much more pleasant than you might think, with the sun-splashed islands of Turks and Caicos beckoning in the south and the coves of Bermuda in the north.
You may actually want to never be seen again!
2. The Banff Springs Hotel, Canada
With overtures of the Timberline Lodge of Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining fame, the Banff Springs Hotel of Canada is said to be the home of a plethora of ghost stories and mysterious happenings.
Locals tell tales of an entire family that was murdered in cold-blood in room 873. Others talk of reappearing doormen who vanish into thin air.
But if you think you can deal with the supernatural rep, then you’re in for a real treat here.
The handsome hotel oozes Scottish Baronial styles, is shrouded by the fir-dressed peaks of the Canadian Rockies, and offers access to the iconic ski fields of Jasper and Banff.
Worth the risk? We think so!
3. Transylvania, Romania
Sylvan hills and mist-topped mountains, the clanging echo of church bells and the stone-built medieval steeples of towns like Sibiu, Brasov and Cluj, all add to the eerie atmosphere of this vast region at the very heart of Romania.
But it’s one place that really brings the chills and gets the spine a-tingling: Bran Castle.
This turret-topped citadel soars from the forests on the edge of Wallachia in a medley of Gothic towers and gargoyle-peppered roofs.
Over the years it’s been associated with a number of less-than-savoury, uber-mysterious figures: Vlad the Impaler, the most bloodthirsty of the Wallachian kings, and – of course – Count Dracula, the archetype of the nail-biting Nosferatu.
4. Crooked Forest, Poland
Just south of the unpronounceable city of Szczecin on Poland’s extreme eastern haunch, a stone’s throw west of the border with Germany, a small clutch of just over 400 pine trees has been garnering the attention of Atlas Obscura types and off-the-beaten-track travelers for years.
The entire forest appears to be bent over almost 90 degrees at the trunk, before twisting back straight again and growing vertically into the Slavic sky.
Debate has raged as to what caused the unusual wood to come to look like it has, with theories as wide ranging as torrential snowstorms and lumberjack growing techniques.
5. Bhangarh Fort, India
Enfolded by the rises of the Aravali Hills and baked by the Rajasthani sun, the old bulwarks of the Bhangarh Fort are said to echo with the ethereal presence of one cursed princess and her would-be captor, the wizard Sinhai.
It’s said that Sinhai tried to ensnare the young royal by offering her a love potion.
The plan backfired, the wizard ended up dead, but not before he could lay his hex on all the inhabitants of Bhangarh.
Today, the Mughlai complex once trodden by Madho Singh I is considered one of the most haunted spots in India.
No one is allowed to enter after dark, and locals have even reported deaths as a result of the continued curse!
6. The Skirrid Mountain Inn, Wales
Set between the rising fells and lichen-spotted stone villages on the eastern edge of the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park (Wales’ lesser-known, southern mountain range), The Skirrid Mountain Inn oozes with tales and stories of the Gaelic nation’s past.
Some say it was the gathering point of rebel fighters under the banner of Owain Glyndŵr, the hero of Welsh resistance against Henry IV. Others claim that it was once a courthouse where criminals were not only condemned to death but also hung, all under the command of the infamous so-called Hanging Judge, George Jeffreys.
There’s even a swinging noose still dangling from the rafters inside, and oodles of ghost stories to hear over your cawl (traditional Welsh soup)!
7. The Tower of London, England
The beheading of kings, the incarceration of state enemies, the plotting of political machinations from the Tudors to the Elizabethans; all manner of dark and shady deeds has gone down between the crenulations of London’s old fortress on the north bank.
Stories of hauntings and mysterious happenings began with the sighting of Thomas Becket (a martyred saint), who is said to have stymied construction of the palace’s extension from the grave.
However, it’s the apparition of one Queen Anne Boleyn that causes the biggest stir – her headless body is seen lurking by the spot where she was killed at the behest of Henry VII back in the 1530s!
8. Eternal Flame Falls, United States
Delve into the winding walking trails that crisscross the Chestnut Ridge Park and discover the hidden wonder of Shale Creek.
Called, appropriately, Eternal Flame Falls, this curious natural phenomenon is a real mystery to behold.
Why? Well, because it manages to fuse two of the earth’s most elemental forces in one single spot – that’s why! You’ll first see the gorgeous falls themselves, cascading down over layers of chiselled granite rock.
Then comes the flame, which can be seen flickering behind the cataracts.
It never goes out, and scientists say the conflagration is created by the presence of natural gas seeping from the subterrane.
9. Richat Structure, Mauritania
Seemingly swirling and spinning and twisting like a cyclone through the heart of the mighty Sahara Desert, the great Richat Structure in the depths of Mauritania is something truly mysterious (although you’ll certainly have to take to the skies to see it!). Scientists have puzzled for years as to how the perfect circular set of concentric rings got there.
Some think it was an asteroid impact in centuries gone by.
Others say it was the simple process of natural geological attrition and erosion.
And then – of course – there are some who think it was the creation of extra-terrestrials, who passed this way and marked a landing point for future visits to earth.
10. The Nazca Lines, Peru
Scarring their way across the dusty desert landscapes of southern Peru, the Nazca Lines are amongst the most mysterious and awesome prehistoric remains in all of South America.
And while they typically take a backseat to the country’s other major tourist draws – Machu Picchu, The Sacred Valley, Cuzco – they do draw in their fair share of visitors.
Most opt to do flyovers and see the great wonders from above, which is when the curious geoglyphs depicting spiders and monkeys come into full view.
Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, no one really knows why they were made by the ancient Nazca people.
Perhaps they were an offering to the gods? Perhaps they were a cultist symbol? It’s still a mystery.
11. Highgate Cemetery, England
If you choose to navigate the crawling vines and ivy shoots, the looming oak trees and the lichen-spotted tombstones of London’s Highgate Cemetery, then beware: this is considered by many to be the single most haunted place in the United Kingdom (Tower of London omitted, of course). The setting is certainly enough to curdle the blood, with age-old angelic figures hiding amidst the shadow growth, gargoyles laughing from the crevices, and endless rows of tombs running into the distance.
Some ghost watchers say they’ve seen apparitions flitting between the Gothic carvings.
Others report vampires lurk in the shadows there.
12. Area 51, United States
A magnet for conspiracy theorists like no other place on this list, Area 51 has inspired UFO hunters and extra-terrestrial buffs for years – it even featured in Roland Emmerich’s alien-rich masterpiece Independence Day back in 1996! Located smack bang in the midst of the Nevadan desert, the site has been kept top secret by the United States government since it began developing reconnaissance and spy planes back in the 50s.
Today, speculators think it could be anything from a public surveillance hub to a weather control station to a time travel station.
Don’t expect a visitor’s center or anything, but then Vegas is just down the road!
13. Easter Island, Polynesia
It was just at the turn of the first millennium AD that the Rapa Nui peoples of eastern Polynesia landed and began surveying the wind-blasted shores of Easter Island.
Of course, it wasn’t called Easter Island then – the name is a later European addition courtesy of the Dutchman Jacob Roggeveen, who happened upon the land in 1722. What he discovered would have surely wowed him: countless carved effigies of colossal heads, chiselled and chipped from the black rock boulders of the land.
In fact, there are over more than 880 of the so-called moai heads here, which are each thought to represent the final member of one of the tribal family clans.
14. Stonehenge, England
Set deep in the middle of the verdant lowlands of south-central England, where Salisbury Plain emerges in peaks and troughs of heath from the oak forests, Stonehenge has long oozed mystery and magic.
Created an estimated 5,000 years ago, this circular conglomeration of huge megalith stones is thought to have been made with unique bluestone material that could only have been quarried from the Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire, some 200 miles away in Wales.
Mystery surrounds both how the Neolithic people managed to transport such huge rocks all that way, and as to the purpose of the building.
Today, it’s wrapped up in Arthurian legends and attracts Pagans for the summer solstice.
15. Uluru, Australia
Uluru is the mighty pillar at the middle of the Australian Outback.
It shoulders its way high above the flatlands that encompass it; a gargantuan block of sandstone rock that looks like the carapace of a petrified animal.
A truly breathtaking place to behold, it attracts everyone from hikers to history buffs (who come mainly for the pre-historic petroglyphs that mark the caves nearby). However, Ayers Rock, as the site is also called, also figures as a focal point for the old traditions of the Australian Aborigines.
They believe it’s one of the last remaining homes of the creator beings who forged the earth.
Meanwhile, other folk come here to energise themselves at the fluvial channels that run underneath the rock – whatever that means!
Thank you for having had the patience to go through this list of 15 Most Mysterious Places in the World with us.
Today we are looking at most expensive hotels in Nigeria and their price range. This is a resource to help you know where youll be laying your head when next you are in Nigeria. For those already within 9ja, this shows you where to go and splurge.
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1. Transcorp Hilton Abuja – ₦714,922
Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja is the most expensive hotel in Nigeria in the top ten most expensive hotels in Nigeria. The hotel is located at Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria, while it has one branch in Calabar.
These guest rooms have different price tags per night depending on the one you want to lodge in; they include:
The King Guest rooms ₦90,725
Twin Guest rooms ₦83,172
King Deluxe rooms ₦97,422
King Executive room ₦134,472
Royal room ₦144,922
King Executive Royal Room ₦188,622
King Executive Deluxe rooms ₦137,322
Family Connecting Room ₦135,433
Twin Executive rooms ₦125,922.
The suites in Transcorp Hilton and their prices are
Business Suite ₦160,122
Royal Suite ₦190,047
Executive Royal Suite ₦267,472
Business Executive Suite ₦200,972
Ambassador Suite ₦346,797
Executive Ambassador Suite ₦377,672
Executive Presidential Suite ₦714,922
Presidential suite ₦523,497.
As the most expensive Hotel in Nigeria, the largest room setup in Transcorp Hilton is 823square metres, a well comfortable space to match its price. It is also rated as the number one best hotel in Nigeria.
It has one of the most amazing dining rooms you can think of eating in, including Bukka Restaurant, where you can dine on traditional Nigerian cuisine, Capital Bar, Fulani Pool Bar with its traditional thatched roofing, mats and statues reflecting on Fulani’s culture.
Other additional dinings in Transcorp Hilton hotel are Oriental Restaurant, Pastry Shop where you relax with your tea or coffee, Piano Lounge and Zuma Restaurant, all of which can give you the taste of what you want.
Transcorp Hilton hotel has many other beautiful places for its customers, such as Banquets, conference halls, theatre, reception and many more.
To make your stay in Transcorp Hilton hotel an unforgettable one, the hotel has so many amenities that have made them the most expensive hotel in Nigeria, including A tennis court, places to play golf, a business centre, an outdoor pool and a fitness centre.
2. Sheraton Hotel Abuja – ₦629,296
Sheraton Hotel Abuja is the second most expensive hotel among the top ten most expensive hotels in Nigeria owing to its fine structure, rooms and excellent services from its workers.
The hotel has beautiful and expensive guest rooms you would want to visit with different air conditions and comfortable bathrooms.
It is located at Ladi Kwali Way, Abuja, Nigeria. The second most expensive hotel in Nigeria, Sheraton Hotel Abuja, has different suites with mountain views from private balconies.
Any guest in Sheraton Hotel would enjoy signature beds, flat-screen TVs, jetted tubs, free Wi-Fi, and 24-hour room service, criteria that made it become one of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria. Sheraton Hotel is also the sixth-best hotel in Nigeria.
The most expensive rooms in Sheraton Hotel gives its users access to its fitness centre, including club-level rooms and suites.
Sheraton Hotel has different types of expensive dining. You could eat some of the best meals you can think of in Sheraton’s dining, either in the Pool Bar & Restaurant, Luigi’s Restaurant or Papillon Restaurant.
3. The George Lagos Hotel – ₦600,000
The George Hotel is the third most expensive hotel in Nigeria in the top ten most expensive hotels in Nigeria. The highest fee for a guest room in the hotel is ₦600,000. The George Hotel is one of the most beautiful hotels in Nigeria where you can live your luxury life to the fullest.
The hotel was established in July 2015 at number 30 Lugard Avenue, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria. It is also the 5th best hotel in Nigeria.
The George is accessible from different places in Lagos, including Alfred Rewane (Kingsway Road) and Mobolaji Johnson. It is also 10 minutes away from Victoria Island Lagos and 40 minutes away from Muritala Muhammed International Airport through Third Mainland Bridge.
As one of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria, The George Hotel also has many places for your events and meetings, such as business meetings.
They include Otium Terrace for your dinner parties and exhibitions, Private Dining Room, Bellini Meeting Room, Raphael Boardroom, Antonello meeting room and Titian Lounge.
A reminder to you that you do not have to worry about going out searching for a meal while at George Hotel; they will provide you with the best meals of your choice.
4. Legend Hotel Lagos – ₦543,912
Legend Hotel Lagos is the fourth most expensive hotel in Nigeria in Nigeria’s top ten most expensive hotels. The most expensive guest room in the hotel is ₦543,912.5 per night. It is located less than 4Km away from Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Ikeja, Lagos. Legend Hotel Lagos Airport is
The hotel offers private and public dining for its customers, where you can eat one of the most delicious meals ever. Some of the dinings are with airport views while some are not depending on your choice.
Standard Room Queen Bed at the rate of ₦71,016.5 per night
Standard Wheelchair Room ₦71,016.5
Executive King ₦81,279
Executive Room ₦81,279
Junior Suite ₦188,009
Standard Suite ₦231,111.5
Executive Suite ₦510, 251.5.
Being one of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria, Southern Sun Ikoyi Hotel has a business centre, 8 best-in-class conference venues with space for 10 to 100, a pool and a 24-hour gym with a personal trainer for its customers.
The amazing thing about Southern Sun Ikoyi Hotel’s poolside is the availability of an awesome menu of all-day favourites like finger-licking sticky ribs and flame-grilled sliders, fresh and seasonal salads and sundowner cocktails.
All these have contributed to it being among the top ten most expensive hotels in Nigeria.
6. The Wheatbaker Hotel – ₦429,383
The Wheatbaker Hotel is the sixth most expensive hotel in Nigeria in the list of top most expensive hotels in Nigeria. The Wheatbaker Hotel is a beautiful hotel that is located at the heart of lkoyi Lagos, Nigeria. Specifically at number 4 Onitolo Road Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria.
It is also located close to the Lagos business districts of lkoyi and Victoria Island and 35 km away from Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria. The Wheatbaker Hotel is also the third-best hotel in Nigeria.
Being among the most expensive hotel in Nigeria, The Wheatbaker Hotel has many beautiful facilities for travellers and other customers to live a comfortable and good luxury life.
It has a well comfortable swimming pool where you can stay and relax your mind. The Wheatbaker Hotel also provides a delicious meal for you if you do not want to go out.
One of the most amazing things about The Wheatbaker hotel that has made it be among the most expensive hotels in Nigeria is its SPA facial therapies aimed at helping its customer have a relaxed mind and body for healthy living, including Full body exfoliation and Scalp treatment.
The hotel also has three different comfortable and beautiful dining for your eateries, including The Saraya Deli for your buffet lunch and breakfast, The Grill Room Bar for your drinks and the Bars.
As one of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria, The Wheatbaker hotel has different conference halls for your meetings and events of any kind.
7. Sheraton Lagos Hotel – ₦412,552.5
Sheraton Lagos Hotel is the seventh most expensive hotel in Nigeria in the list of top most expensive hotels in Nigeria. Sheraton Hotel is a 5-star hotel situated 3.1 km away from Ndubuisi Kanu’s Park Oregun Lagos and 1.8 km away from Opebi.
It is one of the most beautiful and well-furnished hotels you might want to visit in Nigeria. Sheraton Hotel is also the sixth-best hotel in Nigeria.
Being one of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria, Sheraton Hotel has over 337 well-furnished expensive guest rooms filled with the required equipment for its customers, such as coffee and tea making equipment.
Owning to its expensiveness, the hotel also has some beautiful places for meetings and events: they provide you with wedding services if you need services for your event.
Sheraton hotel also has leisure facilities for its customers to relax their mind after a hectic day at work or business to maintain your healthy life such as an outdoor swimming pool, Casino, Night club, Entertainment, BBQ facilities, tennis court and fitness centre.
Being one of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria, Sheraton Hotel has a review platform for its customers to share their experience, both positive and negative, after vising the hotel.
This review platform in Sheraton Hotel Lagos aims to maintain its spot in the top ten most expensive hotels in Nigeria by solving its customers’ problems stipulated in its review platform.
8. Fraser Suites Abuja – ₦389,975
Fraser Suites Abuja is the 8th most expensive hotel among the top ten most expensive hotels in Nigeria. The hotel is one of the most beautiful hotels you might want to visit at the Federal Capital Territory Abuja.
It is located at Plot 294, Leventis Close, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria, just 30 minutes from Abuja International Airport.
It has four different types of luxury apartments that are well-decorated to satisfy its customers, including:
Studio Deluxe ₦114,940
Studio Executive ₦131,360
Studio Premier ₦143,675
One Bedroom Executive ₦180,620
Two-Bedroom Deluxe ₦377,660
Two-Bedroom Executive ₦389,975
The hotel has one of the most beautiful dinings in Nigeria, including The Dining Room, The Gazebo and The Café. This has helped it to be ranked in the top ten most expensive hotels in Nigeria.
The hotel also has many comfortable spaces for meetings and events of any kind. It has sectioned these spaces into two conference rooms, two boardrooms and four breakaway rooms very well suitable for any event or meeting.
The event halls in Fraser Hotel have over 250 capacity, a huge space for any event you want to host. Its event room is one of the biggest event rooms in Nigeria.
Being concerned about the health and wellness of its customers, Fraser Hotel has set up a gym and swimming pool that will help its customers maintain their fitness and well being.
All these properties have made Fraser Suites the 8th most expensive hotel in Nigeria. Fraser Suite is also the 9th best hotel in Nigeria.
9. Radisson Blu Hotel – Suite ₦311,704.
Radisson Blu Hotel is the 19th most expensive hotel in Nigeria in the list of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria. The hotel is located at Ikeja Lagos, Nigeria, 5km away from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport.
Radisson Blu Hotel is regarded as the 10th best hotel in Nigeria among the top ten best hotels in Nigeria.
Radisson Blu hotel has over 155 well-balanced expensive guest rooms for its customers, including:
Superior Rooms ₦109,151.95
Executive Room ₦120,407.86
Premium Room ₦120,407.86
Presidential Suite ₦311,704.
It also has three good and lovely restaurants, one of the best in Nigeria, including Cut Steakhouse, Iyeru Okin and Rbar & Lounge criteria which have made it to be among the top ten most expensive hotels in Nigeria.
For meetings of any kind or your expensive events, Radisson Blu has a 2,047 square meters space that can accommodate over 400 people.
To enjoy your luxury life in the Radisson Blu hotel, visit its Amani Spa that has eight multi-functional treatment rooms including a couple’s suites, Nail Salon, a Flotation Pool, grand Rasul, separate Men and Women’s steam room and a relaxation area.
As one of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria, Radisson Blu also has a review platform where its customers can share their experience after visiting the hotel to fix the unavailable equipment needed by its customers.
10. Four Point Hotel By Sheraton – ₦120,687
Four Point Hotel By Sheraton is the 10th most expensive hotel in Nigeria in the list of top most expensive hotels in Nigeria. The hotel is one of the most beautiful hotels you can check on in Nigeria.
The Four Point Hotel is rated among the top ten best hotels in Nigeria.
Four Point Hotel is located at Plot 9/10 Block 2 Oniru Chieftaincy Estate, Victoria Island Lagos, Nigeria. It has many features that have helped it become one of the most expensive hotels in Nigeria.
One of the things that made Four Point Hotel unique is its multiple dining with different setups and good meals, including Brazzerie, The Office, Chocolat Royal, Arabesque Restaurant, Smokey Bones Restaurant, Shiro Restaurant & Bar and Indigo Indian Restaurant.
Four Point Hotel also has a fitness centre to exercise in your free time and an indoor swimming pool for your relaxation for healthy living.
If you are planning for any event, you can check out the meeting and event centres in Four Point Hotel; the hotel has eight different events halls with Maximum Breakout Rooms of seven.
Now that you have our list of the Most expensive hotels in Nigeria and their price range, we believe that even though most may be pricey, the ambience and services experienced are enough to keep you working hard enough to experience these.
Here are some of the finest places in lagos you must visit for a vacation. Generally, adventures and tourism are some of the popular things many of us engage in after a long time of working tirelessly. Let your destination be in Lagos this time round; this is the best place to relax with your loved ones enjoying natural and unique establishments. Without further ado, consider the below-detailed list of top tourist attractions in Lagos.
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1. The Nike center for Art and Culture
Nike art Galley was founded by a legend known as Oyenike Monica Okundaye. This is the place of a unique art gallery, workshop, and artist retreat. When you visit the place inside, you will find Nigerian sculptors, craftsmen, and artist honing their skills.
Further, you will love the different levels filled into the brim and with one of the biggest collections in African art or preferably the Nike herself. Admirably, you will be charged nothing to enter inside, and this makes it among the fun and memorable activities to do here in Lagos. Additionally, you can purchase some nice-looking things that you will like.
2. Lekki Conservation Center
This place is very amazing and cool. It was built in 78-hectare in Lagos state. Once you visit lekki, you will immerse yourself in all beauties of nature on an amazing trip. You can even climb the canopy trees, located in the longest canopy Walk Bridge in Africa.
This canopy wall is approximately 401-meter long. You will love the bridge swings while walking on it; it is the top engineering feat bridge. Further, you find a family park, the best world-class picnic that provides sporting facilities, nature walks, and a picnic.
3. National museum
The national museum is in Onikan Lagos and was established back in 1957 before Nigeria gained independence. Essentially, this national museum is among the top-rated tourist attraction in Lagos. The place has great and attractive collections in ethnography, archaeology, and traditional art.
It also has the best galleries which are dedicated to brasses from Benin City and others related. Further, this museum houses an amazing bullet-ridden car that belonged to the country’s former Head of State, who got assassinated in 1976.
Additionally, the museum has a small, decent crafts village with handicrafts and woodcarvings for sale at affordable prices. Besides, if you love history, you need to visit this place for amazing history ever.
4. Freedom park, Lagos
This park is a leisure and memorial park here in Lagos Island. The park was formerly broad street prison to her Majesty. It was constructed to preserve the cultural heritage and history of Nigerians purposely. The monument in this park reveals Lagos colonials heritage and also the fact history of Her Majesty’s. However, the park also serves as national memorials, cultural sites, recreation Centres, historical landmarks, and arts.
5. Tarkwa Bay Beach
This is a sheltered beach near Lagos Harbor. Tarkwa is a popular place with water –sports and swimmers enthusiasts. And also, it is the main home of welcoming the resident community. Unlike most public beaches here in Lagos, Tarkwa is not overcrowded or noisy.
Further, you will enjoy this beautiful and amazing island far removed from Lagos’ bustle and hustle. Besides, this is the place to visit in some lonely moments or a preferably fun day with your loved ones.
6. National theatre
A cultural landmark and architectural masterpiece, the tower is among the best properties in Nigeria, which have stood the test of duration. National Theatre offers an avenue for the tourist to learn more about the history and arts while also having fun in its cool and lush environment.
This place was constructed back in 1976 by General Yakubu Gowon’s military regime and later completed by General Olusegun Obasanjo. National Theatre is a unique house of ancient art, and also it is progressing by inviting the new modern artist. You will love how this place fascinates both exterior and interior designs.
7. Visit the new Afrika Shrine
Don’t worry about your nightlife escapades while in Lagos; I got you fully covered. Fela shrine will make your nightlife most enjoyable and memorable. In the new Afrika shrine, you will enjoy the inspiring story-telling lyrics, political education, sacrosanct palm-wine, and a good lesson in “shaking-it.”
This place is an entertaining open-air center located in Ikeja Lagos. Further, this beautiful place serves as the main host location of all annual celebration music festivals. The new Afrika shrine best showcases image galleries of musical performances and Fela by Seun Kuti and Femi Kuti makes it among the best tourist attractions.
8. Club Ouilox
The lovers of the club, we made your night here in Lagos. Put on your party shoes since equinox will get you fully covered. This is the best place to be every Friday night; it is popular for socialites and celebrities. Many tourists who came here described equinox as addictive, may it be you alone or with your friends, you will not get bored even a minute in this club.
9. Hi-impact planet
The hi-impact planets provide world-class fun for both old and young tourists. Here you will enjoy the unique rides, games, and other types of entertaining attractions. You and your loved ones will have a good time and also form magical memories here. Besides, while in Hi-impact planet, grab a pastry or snack of fun, enjoy the full-brown intercontinental local foods at park three food courts.
10. Ikeja city mall
Every day you will find many visitors and Lagosians walk down this mall. This mall was developed by best Broll property services back in 2011 and comprised more than 100 new stores. Ikeja mall is the home of all classy banks, departmental stores, jewelers, hairdressing, cafes, restaurants, bars, ice-skating arena, beauty salon, and many other’s related.
The mall also features large car parking and houses of enormous whole foods. You will love to visit different silver bird cinemas, ShopRite supermarkets, and many other beautiful places inside this Ikeja mall. Admirable stuff in Ikeja is affordable not to break someone’s bank account.
HERE ARE OTHE|R AMAZING PLACES THAT COULD BE EXCITING TO VISIT WHEN IN LAGOS
Teslim Balogun Stadium
This FIFA rated stadium faces the National Stadium and has some of the best sporting facilities in the country. It witnesses numerous top-billed sporting festivals and events, particularly local and international football matches.
Located in Surulere.
Third Mainland Bridge
Third Mainland Bridge is the longest bridge in Nigeria and the second longest in Africa. It is flanked on both sides by the Lagos Lagoon and records the highest amount of traffic in the state on weekdays.
La Campagne’s exquisite environment captures and reflects the beauty and grandeur of Nigerian and African designs, cultures, and traditions. You can take it all in while enjoying your view of the Atlantic.
Another solidification of Fela’s iconic status, the Kalakuta Republic Museum was once a family house of the Ransome-Kuti’s. Now, the one-story structure is where to go to get a look and feel of the legend’s former belongings, both professional and personal.
Located on Gbemisola Street in Ikeja.
Eko Hotels and Suites
A visit to Lagos is incomplete if you don’t stop by at the impressive Eko Hotels and Suites. In addition to its excellent hospitality, Eko hosts the biggest, trendiest, and most exclusive events within its grand buildings.
Located in Victoria Island.
The first thing that strikes you about this multi-purpose events facility is its urban architectural design. The next thing is how only the most sophisticated events seem to take place there.
Located on Ozumba Mbadiwe Road in Victoria Island.
Yet another captivating getaway that Lagos city has to offer, the quiet town and coastline of Ikare is perfect for those who don’t need to get loud to have the time of their lives.
Located at Ikare.
Well this was a list compiled from amazing sources such as theculturetrip.com and undp.org .
We hope your next outing or trip to Lagos is set and good to go.