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This hotel is not fit for purpose. It is a waste of money. While some of the staff are really nice abs lovely, the rest are just simply unhelpful.
Apart from paying for your stay, you have to pay for hotel slippers, you have to...More
Hotel has potential but still rankles. Room decent and bed comfortable. However towels were not replaced daily. Air conditioning had no remote control so it was either or. And it was noisy too. However rooms were otherwise quiet. Breakfast was buffet and nice. Downside was...More
This property is the answer to business travel in abuja.
If you need that space where work can be done and rest assured, then this property is for you.
The rooms are appropriately laid out and the mattress is just prefect for a comfortable sleep....More
The rooms are large and just about comfortable. If you are not Expecting too much ( going by the published ratings) then you won't be disappointed.
The restaurant doesn't offer much, from a continental menu standpoint. Same menu/ same spread, every day on the buffet...More
3day visit to abuja. In my view Hotel lobby was noisy and missing the ambience i expected. Seemed too busy in a way i did not like.
breakfast was poor. i did not like the food at all. stew which is a nigerian staple was...More
US$130 - US$194 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Ajibola A | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure the Bayelsa state government runs it. There's a picture of someone who is supposedly the owner/chairman of the hotel. However, I'm sure the hotel management will be in a better position to give an... More
I'm not sure the Bayelsa state government runs it. There's a picture of someone who is supposedly the owner/chairman of the hotel. However, I'm sure the hotel management will be in a better position to give an answer to your question.
From my stay there though, I can tell you that the hotel is certainly flourishing.