Oriental Hotel, Lagos, is for sale at $250 million.
Premium hospitality haven, Oriental Hotel, Lagos, has been confirmed for sale following the 30th of March advertisement placed on the property by a leading property website, thenigeriapropertycentre.com.
On the website, the advertiser put the property at 250 million dollars and showcased the details of the building to enable Nigerian property buyers to get familiar with and have access to the property.
Giving details of the building, the promoter described the property as one with a variety of rooms, including the classic room, the classic superior, the classic deluxe room, junior suite, executive junior suite, business suite, diplomatic suite, ambassador suite, and presidential suite.
“Besides their enthralling original artwork and Asian furnishings, the rooms also offer enchanting views of the Lagos Lagoon. Each room comes with a coffee maker, complimentary bottle of water, a free mini bar, a secure safe box, a Bible, a directory and a few mailing envelopes.
“Additionally, all rooms have flat LCD screens, individually controlled air conditioning units, and en-suite bathrooms. In the bathroom, guests are treated to the following complimentary items including: Sewing kit, shoehorn, a grooming kit comprising of a toothbrush, comb, shower cap, shampoo, shower gel, lotion, and a bathrobe with slippers. The room rates are inclusive of breakfast. All the rooms and suites feature refreshing drinks in the mini bar free of charge and replenished once a day.” The promoter added.
Since inception of the hotel years back, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has been said to own the gigantic property located in the serene environment of Victoria-Island, Lagos.
However, the national leader of the ruling party has neither openly claimed nor denied ownership of the property.