Four Points by Sheraton Lagos

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Oniru Chieftaincy Estate, Lekki Peninsula, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria


Air Conditioning, Airport Transportation, Banquet Hall, Bar/Lounge, Business Center, Dry Cleaning, Fitness Center, Free High-Speed Internet, Free Parking, In-room safe, Internet, Laundry Service, Meeting Rooms, Minibar, Multilingual Staff, Non-Smoking, Parking, Refrigerator in room, Restaurant, Room Service, Salon, Satellite TV, Self-Serve Laundry, Smoking Rooms Available, Spa, Suites, Swimming Pool, Wheelchair Access, Wifi


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    Aug 2013 · Grant Martin

    You could take the Four Points Sheraton in San Diego, plop it down in Lagos and not be able to...

    You could take the Four Points Sheraton in San Diego, plop it down in Lagos and not be able to tell which hotel belongs in which country. But that’s the point – the Lagos Four Points is designed and appointed like a western hotel, and the clientèle follows in step.

    This is one of the biggest hotels on Victoria Island, holding more than 300 rooms on eight floors. At only five years old, the construct is fresh and tasteful, and the well-lit lobby and café are busy around the clock with diners and meetings.

    There is a thoroughly outfitted gym and workout room on the first floor where visitors can book a spectrum of fitness classes (from 3000 Naira) and a decent sized outdoor pool with an outdoor patio. The second floor has a large salon and spa.

    The second floor also holds most of the conference rooms, which are large and modern, as well as the hotel’s flagship restaurant Bazaar. There you can pick up an excellent buffet-style meal with made-to-order pasta dishes in a fairly spacious if ordinary dining room.

    For a little bit of variety there’s a smoky sports bar called Adrenaline on the first floor where diners can order from a menu of western fare such as burgers, pizzas and a few different snacks while surrounded by big flat screen televisions. This also may be the only place in Lagos where it’s possible to get a meter of beer delivered to your table in a personal tap.

    Alternatively, The Office Bar on the third floor is a patio that opens up at 5PM for dinner and live entertainment. Waiters carouse through a nest of tables while a few chefs cook on outdoor grills. The view isn’t much to speak of, but it’s nice to sit outside and absorb the atmosphere.

    Room design is as expected from a recently-built western hotel, with exceptionally clean beds, desks and bathrooms, quiet, efficient air conditioning and large flat-screen TVs. About one third of the thirty-some stations are Middle Eastern in origin, but the programming on those stations is largely American, so don’t be surprised if you end up watching a 1992 Wesley Snipes movie subtitled in Arabic late into the evening.

    Reliable wired and Wi-Fi internet are free for 60 minute intervals, while longer durations at higher speeds are available for a fee (up to seven days for 20,500 Naira). There are also limited office capabilities available through the front desk which will need to be coordinated through the staff.

    The Four Points Sheraton is a bit far east from the main action on Victoria Island, but if you have business on the Lekki Peninsula or a reliable driver, this won’t be an issue. Don’t plan on walking anywhere of interest though.

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