Marriott Hotels has opened a new property in the Nigerian city of Lagos, marking the brand’s debut in the West African country.
Named as Lagos Marriott Hotel Ikeja, the hotel has 206 guestrooms and 44 suites designed to suit the needs of modern travellers.
The rooms feature contemporary décor and in-room amenities, deluxe walk-in showers and spa-like lighting.
Lagos Marriott Hotel Ikeja also boasts 1,380m2 of space dedicated for hosting small and large-scale events, including a ballroom, six breakout rooms and nine event rooms.
The meeting and events spaces are equipped with rewritable surfaces, magnetic panels and shared-screen technology, pivotable walls, soft seating and modular furniture and moveable partitions.
Guests can enjoy regional and international cuisine at the hotel’s diverse restaurants.
The Azure Grill Restaurant serves a variety of dishes on an authentic charcoal grill, while the WAKAME offers Asian-Fusion cuisine from China, Japan, Thailand and Northern Indian.
Additionally, the Koriko & Co restaurant with live cooking stations provides all-day dining buffet.
Lagos Marriott Hotel Ikeja also features The Greatroom, M Club for Elite members and Club paying guests, spa, a fitness centre and an outdoor pool.
Marriott International – Sub Saharan Africa area vice-president Volker Heiden said: “We are excited to have opened the Lagos Marriott Hotel Ikeja, bringing Marriott Hotels’ transformed vision to Nigeria.
“Lagos is a vibrant and bustling city with much to see and do for leisure and business travellers.
“What better place to debut the Marriott Hotels brand in Nigeria with its thoughtful service and intuitive spaces that enable guests to be inspired during their stay.”
Earlier this week, Marriott Bonvoy opened Aloft Al Mina and Element Al Mina hotels in Dubai.