Protea Hotel Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria

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Protea Hotel Ikeja

The Impressive New Protea Hotel Ikeja, Situated in the Government residential Area of Ikeja, in Lagos, offers GUESTS Superb Accommodation in a tranquil and safe environment. Our Restaurant serves both Continental and Nigerian Cuisine and is open for Breakfast lunch and dinner.

The bar remains open 24hrs so feel free to relax next to the pool with one of our idyllic cocktails listening to soft sounds of our three storey water feature. For the young at heart we offer a fully equipped gymnasium as well as two treatment rooms for those who want to loosen the muscles after a long flight in a more relaxed environment.

Protea Hotel Ikeja offers the discerning traveler rooms ranging from Standard rooms to Presidential suites all carefully designed with en suite bathrooms, Wireless Internet access and working desks. Next time you visit Lagos, be assured of the best GUEST service from a Protea Hotel that's "Undeniably Unique"

Protea Hotel Ikeja Amenities

The Protea Hotel Ikeja offers of 92 well appointed GUEST Rooms, compromising of 72 Standard Rooms, 11 Deluxe rooms, 8 Junior Suites, 2 Excutive Suites, and A Presidential Suite.

Area Attractions

Bar Beach- This is the main beach on Victoria Island, alongside Ahmadu Bello Way and one of the more popular beaches in the state. Bar Beach is named after the sand bars that characterised the coastline of Lagos, not because of the myriad of bars that run along the beach itself (a popular misconception!)

Eleko Beach - A few kilometres further along the Lekki-Epe Expressway, Alpha Beach is also a popular weekend get away for Lagosians. There are lots of eating joints and bars along the beach. Eleko Beach is about 45 minutes drive along the Lekki-Epe Expressway This is said to be the nicest public beach along the peninsula.

Tarkwa Bay- A sheltered beach within the harbour breakwater. It is easily accessible by boat from Tarzan Jetty at Maroko or under Falomo bridge on Victoria Island. The beach is a pleasant outing and has safe bathing even for children. Tarkwa is a man made bay and beach created during the formation of the Lagos harbour. The beach was shaped by the moles used to form the inlet to the harbour and covered with sand dredged from the bottom of the channel. As a result the water is a lot calmer than the exposed Atlantic coastline elsewhere around Lagos. The fine sand is also much more comfortable to walk and lie on than the coarse/sharp sand of the other beaches. With its own resident community, most of whom make their living from the tourists who visit the beach, this is the only “maintained” beach in Lagos.

Lekki Conservation Centre- Established in 1990, Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC) is the premier Nature Centre in Nigeria and one of the most resourceful nature conservation centers in West Africa. LCC has a center building and a 78 hectares Nature Reserve well equipped with visitor use facilities, including a 1.8km Nature trail, a 21m high tree platform, a bird hide overlooking a spectacular swamp look-out for birds and reptiles, most particularly crocodiles and monitor lizards.

The National Museum at Onikan, Lagos provides one of the largest collection of art and artifacts in Nigeria. Of great importance to anyone seeking a deeper understanding of African art and the rich cultural heritage of Nigeria, the artifacts in the museum date from 500 BC-200 AD. Its interior is majestic in scope, and retraces the development of various cultures through centuries of Nigerian history

Badagry town houses the first two storey building in Nigeria, built in 1845 by Reverend Henry Townsend. The house, still standing on its original site, has been slightly renovated to maintain its historical value.

MUSON Centre- Standing for the Musical Society of Nigeria is situated in King George V Street, in Onikan. The MUSON centre compromises of Music Recital Halls, a Amphi- Theatre, Exhibition Halls, a Restaurant and a Bar

The National Theatre, was constructed in 1977 as the principal forum for the International Festival of Black Arts and Culture, and has now become accepted as the prime center for performing arts in the country.

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