InterContinental Lagos

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Kofo Abayomi Street, Plot 52, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria


Air Conditioning, Airport Transportation, Babysitting, Banquet Hall, Bar/Lounge, Beverage Selection, Business Center, Cable Television, Concierge, Conference Center, Conference Room, Connecting Rooms, Dry Cleaning, Fitness Center, Free High-Speed Internet, Free Parking, Internet, Laundry Service, Meeting Rooms, Minibar, Multilingual Staff, Non-Smoking, Reduced mobility rooms, Restaurant, Room Service, Safety Deposit Boxes, Satellite TV, Service Animals Allowed, Smoking Rooms Available, Spa, Suites, Swimming Pool, Wheelchair Access, Wifi


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    Aug 2013 · Grant Martin

    At 23 stories high, the tallest hotel in West Africa belongs to none other than the Intercontinental Hotel, which had...

    At 23 stories high, the tallest hotel in West Africa belongs to none other than the Intercontinental Hotel, which had its soft opening in July of 2013. Even before its grand opening, which will happen later in the year, the hotel is already popular with local Nigerians, many of whom stop by to dine at one of the several restaurants or throw events on the premises.

    Its popularity is no doubt due to the grandiose construction and interior design. The Intercontinental’s lobby is a massive, sweeping space with sparkling white floors, layered columns, an open lounge and café and forty-foot ceilings sweeping up to the mezzanine.

    The ground floor hosts Soul, the hotel’s night club and the main restaurant Ekaboo, where a lavish buffet including western and Nigerian dishes will cost around N 8500. Up on the second floor, SoHo and Milano serve Chinese and Italian food respectively, with main courses starting from around N 4000. The main hotel bar, a polished, brightly-lit space, is also attached to Milano.

    In addition, the Health and Zen restaurants will soon open on the fifth floor, where the spa is also set to open on the 1st of September 2013. The pool, which gently arcs around the profile of the hotel, is already open and is also on this level. Between the design, number of lounge chairs, and showers here, this may be the best hotel pool in the city.

    The same could be said for the gym, which is also on the fifth floor, where eight new treadmills, six stationary bikes, a few elliptical machines and a broad spread of benches and machines are available.

    Perhaps the best part of the Intercontinental, however is the rooms. Even the single rooms are exceptionally nice, with large beds, bay windows, smart lighting and an open floor plan. Bathrooms open up into the living space through a glass window and only the showers and toilets are behind opaque glass. The result is a layout that feels large, modern and quite comfortable.

    In-room connectivity includes a large flat screen television with 48 channels and free wireless internet. A business center with computers, fax, scanning and printing will also shortly be available for a fee.

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