This magnificent African country is brought to life by the thriving pulse of the capital city of Lagos. It is a destination which draws visitors from all over the world, attracting them with its rich historical background and continental architecture.
Nigeria gained her independence in 1960, and it was one of the boardrooms in The Sun International Federal Palace Hotel that witnessed the signing of this official declaration. The country is an amalgamation of African tradition combined with elegance, offering all who visit, an exciting opportunity to experience the very best of Nigeria and all it has to offer.
Fantastic Accommodation in Nigeria
The Federal Palace Hotel in Lagos offers guests the opportunity to soak up the history and grandeur of the city whilst ensuring their every whim and wish is seen to. The hotel itself embodies the distinct character of Nigeria’s prevalent metropolitan feel. Sophistication and attention to detail is a common theme – from beautifully appointed rooms to spectacular cuisine.
The city of Lagos is abuzz with urban culture – by exploring, visitors will enjoy first-hand experience of the distinctive music, fashion, dance and language. Lagos is a huge metropolis which originated on islands separated by creeks, such as Lagos Island and Victoria Island. Seeped in history and grand architecture, a day trip of the city that is the economic and financial capital of Nigeria is sure to thrill its visitors who will be welcomed by the friendly people of Lagos.
You can choose to partake in the following exciting activities when staying at the Federal Palace Hotel in Nigeria:
- Catch up on some fitness while soaking up views of the city in the Gym and Fitness Centre.
- Experience hours of thrilling gaming in the world-class casino.
- Embark on some retail therapy by visiting the nearby shopping malls
- Cultural visits to the Lagos Conservation Centre and Botanical Gardens.
- Various clubs and bars in the hub of Lagos offer nighttime entertainment and live music.
- Visits to Victoria Island and nearby beaches for a day of fun in the sun.
- The central mosque and the Oba Palace are definitely worth a visit to capture the architectural beauty as well as the country’s cultural and religious heritage.
- Tinubu Square on Lagos Island is a site of historical importance;
- For the nature enthusiasts, the Lekki Conservation Centre and Murtala Muhammed Memorial Botanical Garden are stunning places to visit to get in touch with nature and get acquainted with the ecosystem.
- Badagry – an old slave trade post, housing the first missionary post and the first two-storey building in the country.