Conference Hall for meetings/training available for rent in Sangotedo. The hall seats between 130 to 150 people. It is fitted with enough AC to give a conducive atmosphere and nice ambience for the gathering. The price is 170k per day.
Road 45, Muiz Banire Road, Off Abraham Adesanya, Ajah, Lagos, Ajiwe, Ajah, Lagos
Cvilla Resorts hall is a clean and nice hall for all your events, it has a capacity to comfortably sit 250 - 300 at a time, depending on the setting. The hall is located in a serene and calm environment, has a very great cooling system and is actively maintained by the management. it is a nice place for all your events.
A very classic event hall with perfect interior finishing good for any kind of occasion for rent in Sangotedo.
The Upstairs can seat up to 1,300 occupants Comfortably, and it's good for occasions such as awards, music show and big events of any kind.
The Downstair hall can seat up to 1000 people comfortably.
The hall has 30 toilets with Ac and fan each.
The 2 halls comes with 2 executive rooms, Mopol and traffic controls.
A Very Nice Event Centre Located By Ado Ajah Is Going Up For Rent To Church Or Whatever Body That's Fit For It.
The Event Place Is Serviced And Has Everything To Make The Pay Worth It. The Service Charge Is Included In The Rent. There's Standy Generator, Chairs And Tables For Occasions And 4 Numbers Of Convenience For Users Of The Hall.
The Hall Is Fitted With A.C All Round And It Functions With The Generator. The Compound Is So Large To Sit Enough Vehicles
Events centre for lease for Weddings, church (1 year lease available), parties etc.
Features - Standby Generator, Fully Air conditioned, Chairs, 4 male and female toilets, car park, Accessible road, Fitted stage, Attached interior curtains and decorations and lots more !
Address - Pedrisi road, off mobil road, Ilaje, Ajah, Lagos.
Contact - 07063806349 , 08022922952 , 08138658422
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