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Very comfortable hotel, not a big one, but has everything you need to have a great stay in Abuja in a safe place. Swimming pool, tennis court, pool bar, inside bar, high security. Rooms are clean and accurate. Fast internet and great coverage in all...More
I was planning to stay in Abuja for about 2 weeks and had booked in advance. I decided to check out a couple of days into my stay. Overall, it is one of the more expensive options in the city and simply not worth the...More
Reading some of the negative reviews I'm not sure what people expect!! It is clean, well staffed, friendly and looked after our group of 13 Rotarians well. Breakfast buffet had a nice mix of Nigerian and western foods. Note that hot water needs to be...More
In another review I characterised Abuja hotels as falling into three categories: the big branded hotels (Hilton etc), the charmless budget hotels, and a second category of large independent hotels aspiring for four star status. The Chelsea Hotels far into this later category...the one I...More
We got there on September 29th and left on October 1st. I almost didn't go to this hotel based on the reviews I saw here. But my husband insisted and it happened to be way better than most travelers rated them. They also offer a...More
US$139 - US$344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Ajibola A | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure the Bayelsa state government runs it. There's a picture of someone who is supposedly the owner/chairman of the hotel. However, I'm sure the hotel management will be in a better position to give an... More
I'm not sure the Bayelsa state government runs it. There's a picture of someone who is supposedly the owner/chairman of the hotel. However, I'm sure the hotel management will be in a better position to give an answer to your question.
From my stay there though, I can tell you that the hotel is certainly flourishing.