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Asaba is the capital of Delta State in the south of Nigeria. The city has a rich history and culture as it has been a potpourri of cultures from around the region. The city shares the Niger Head Bridge with its much larger and famous sister city across the Niger River. The city is also known for being the setting of many Nollywood movies making it a centre of the Nigerian film industry of sorts, alongside Lagos and Enugu. Here are some hotels in the city and its environs just in case business or pleasure takes you there.


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1. The Best Western Plus Elomaz Hotel

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The hotel is a four-star facility on the banks of the Niger River hence it offers a great view of the majestic river itself from its confines. It is also ensconced in the the government reserved area of Asaba so security and serenity are guaranteed. Each room in the hotel is spacious, has a beautiful terrace, and is tastefully furnished with king-sized beds and premium beddings, an air conditioner, a satellite TV, a telephone, a coffee/tea maker, a work desk, an ironing table, a wardrobe, an in-room safe, and en-suite bathroom and each bathroom is well equipped with hair dryers, showers, slippers and toiletries. Prices begin at N8500.

Address: Plot 22 A/B-27 Core Area, DBS Road, GRA, Asaba, Delta State

Phone number: +234-903-150-9975, +234-803-819-3264, +234-812-765-6397

E-Mail: info@bestwesternelomazhotel.com, reservations@bestwesternelomazhotel

2. Rodinia Hotel

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The hotel is only thirty minutes away from the airport and the newly built Asaba Township Stadium. Their restaurant is popular in the city and each room is tastefully furnished to include a spacious bathroom, standard-sized bed, TV set, refrigerator, bedding items, sofa, work desk and air conditioner. They offer free Wifi, a bar and free parking (and there is a lot of it). There is also 24-hour front desk and even an airport shuttle.

Address: 3 Ogochukwu Moyeta Street, Umuagu, Asaba

Phone number: 0808 007 0615

3. Seth Hotel

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It is in the vicinity of the Asaba Airport and Asaba Shoprite. There is security, a swimming pool, bar and gym. Each room has a work desk, king-size bed, air-conditioning.

Address: No. 2 Anam Cresent, Oduke Road, Okwe, Asaba

Phone number: 0703 538 2869


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4. Swiss Spirit Hotel and Resorts

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The hotel does not want for size, that is for sure. The hotel’s services seem tailor made for business sojourners to Asaba. All rooms feature en-suite bathrooms, work desks, telephones, refrigerators and TVs with satellite services. The rooms are categorized into deluxe and superior suites. Breakfast is served in the morning in the hotel restaurant. In addition, there is ample parking security and car hire services available. Rooms are priced at N22,000 at the least.

Address: Plot 222 Mardezok Street Okpanam Asaba, Delta State

Phone number: 0812 564 6562

5. Orchid Hotel

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The hotel is particularly large with over a hundred and fifty rooms and 20 suites. The hotels are equipped with top class furniture, full air-conditioning, polished work table, a cable connected flat screen TV, a sofa and an en-suite bathroom. There are eighteen meeting rooms and one event centre with 1500-seeting capacity. The car park is built to hold up to 250 vehicles at full capacity. As additional services, the hotel offers concierge services, car hire, laundry services, 24-hour room service and so on.

Address: DBS Road, Beside Deputy Governor’s Office, Central Core Area, Asaba

Phone number:  08168035564 / 08024075408 / 07059794073

E-Mail: reservations@orchidhotelsgroup-ng.com, info@orchidhotelsgroup-ng.com

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