Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Lagos
High ride buildings, historic attractions and upscale markets welcome visitors in Lagos Island. Explore attractions like the National Museum of Nigeria, Glover Memorial Hall, Christ's Cathedral (CMS), and the Oba palace or go shopping near the wholesale markets of Idumota and Balogun.
Getting its name from honorary first Prime Minister of Nigeria, Tafawa Balewa Square is the hub of all commercial activities in Lagos. The area is also home to various WWI, WWII and civil war memorials and structures. Watch out for architectural pieces like gargantuan horses statues, the Remembrance Arcade and the towering Independence House.
Lying in the east of Lagos, Ikoyi houses a lot of government offices and headquarters of banks. For visitors the neighborhood is up to task with pulsating night clubs, a recreational park and a sprawling golf course. Enjoy your stay in top-quality hotels like the Moorhouse Ikoyi and the Protea Hotel Ikeja.