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When you hear Abeokuta, the first thing you’d probably think of is Olumo Rock (the city practically sprouted of rocky formations on the banks of the Ogun River). If you are better informed, you’d probably know it is the Egba (Yoruba sub-group) heartland. If you know nothing at all, you at least know it is the capital of Ogun State in southwestern Nigeria. So, if you happen to be in Abeokuta for any reason ever, you might want to check out our list of hotels in Abeokuta.


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Upright Hotel

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The hotel offers a very varied range of rooms from Classic, Executive, Classic Plus, Corporate, Royale, Executive Suite, Classic Plus, Corporate, to  the Royale, Executive Suite, Classic Plus, and the Diplomatic Suite. At the very least, these facilities feature refrigerators, flat screen television stations, air conditioning, work desks and chairs, private bathrooms with shower facilities, king-size beds, bedside drawers and premium sized mirrors. There are also multiple meeting rooms, bars and gyms for customers to use. Room prices begin at N8500.

Address: No 14/18 Demola Olanrewaju street, Agbeloba roundabout, off Quarry Road, Abeokuta, Ogun State

Park Inn by Raddisson

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One of the city’s more exotic hotels, the services here are quite pricey but if money is not your problem then continue reading. Standard Single Rooms, Standard Double rooms, Diplomatic Suites and Presidential Suites. Each room has its own balconies, walk-in shower and cable TV to mention a few things. It goes withut saying that the rooms are different priced for the “cheapest” to the more grandiose. They serve local, continental and even Chinese delicacies and room service is available. Room prices start at N60000.

Address: 1 Ibrahim Babangida Boulevard Kuto, Abeokuta, Ogun State

Phone number: 0813 986 0020

E-Mail: info.abeokuta@parkinn.com

Continental Suites

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This facility carries a three-star which is pretty high for a hotel in its location (no pun intended). They maintain a Chinese restaurant, concierge services as well as free internet. They also offer in-house dining, gym facilities, ample parking space, a cinema hall and a conference centre to name a few. To its credit, the MKO Abiola Stadium and Abeokuta Sports club are within shouting distances from the hotel too. Accommodations begin at N23,000.

Address: Presidential Boulevard, Ibara, Abeokuta, Ogun State

Phone number: 0803 373 4340

Email: info@continentalsuites.org


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Green Legacy Suite

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This hotel has plenty of room and the price list is commensurately diverse. The hotel offers some exotic services such as spa and sauna services, beauty salon, luggage storage as well as business centre, dry cleaning, and lawn tennis facilities. Prices begin at N45,000.

Address: Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library Complex, Presidential Boulevard Way, NNPC Bus Stop, Oke Mosa

Phone number: +234(0)39292974-5

E-Mail: reservations@greenlegacyresort.com

Daktad Suites

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Daktad Suites is a two-star facility and have decent services to offer customers. It is close to June 12 market and there is a Tantalisers fast food restaurant not far off from the hotel. The hotel proper and ample car parking space with  restaurant with an array of excellent tasting dishes plus complimentary breakfast service, a bar/lounge with an assortment of diverse beverages, a swimming pool and gym facilities. Room prices begin at N17,500.

Address: Majek Kembo Close, Off Quarry Road (Post Office) 234039 Ibara, Abeokuta

Phone number: 0803 115 5101

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