Hotels / Guest Houses for Sale in Festac, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos
The average price of hotels / guest houses for sale in Festac, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos is ₦230,000,000. The most expensive hotel / guest house costs ₦500,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦210,000,000. There are 22 listings and 4 available hotels / guest houses for sale in Festac, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos, Nigeria. The hotels / guest houses have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each hotel / guest house listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
A functioning 23 rooms hotel sitting on approximately 1,000sqm land
with open functional bar, point & kill fish pool, suitable for guest
that appreciate privacy, safety and no-noisy location. it also has an external laundry room,
gym room and a fully equipped kitchen. the hotel was built 2 years ago with explicit quality,
equipped with modern contemporary furniture etc.
title: c of o
brokerage: 5% of purchase price to be paid by the buyer as commission/brokerage
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A functioning 23 bedroom hotel with open functional bar, with point & kill fish pool in a very serene location for guest that appreciate privacy, safety and no-noisy location. it also has an external laundry room, gym room and a fully equipped kitchen.
this hotel is only two years old and was built with explicit quality, equipped with modern contemporary furniture.
the hotel is only 30 minutes drive from the lagos international and domestic airports and a walking distance from festac shoprite mall.
the spectacular, clean and cosy lounge creates welcoming environment for leisure and business guests.
sale price is negotiable and includes the free-hold land, the hotel building and it well furnished air conditioned rooms as well as two industrial power generators, plus all kitchen and laundry equipments.
the land is precisely 999.735 sqm and has the lagos state certificate of occupancy (c of o) available.
this hotel is still functioning and awaiting exchange of ownership, once sold.
asking price is negotiab...
Quality facilities sitting on 5plots. *facilities* -standby generators -swimming pool + outdoor bar. -restaurant/in-house bar -gym & sauna. -events center/multipurpose hall -concierge/ welcome lounge -ample parking space with security house. -staff offices -kitchen and storage -laundry *location:* off ago palace way, okota road *price:(slightly negotiable) title document :c of o
for enquirers and physical inspection call 08135490...
golden tulip festac lagos, is a 4 star hotel & conference centre situated in a large serene environment in the very heart of lagos, the commercial city of nigeria.
the hotel was built with strong historical & cultural background; festival of arts and culture in africa ; known across the globe as 'festac 77'. it's not far from the national museum and the national theatre.
the hotel is located half an hour drive from the lagos international and domestic airports which provides easy access to the business district of apapa and the environs.
business guests also enjoy the proximity to the apapa seaport, industrial and commercial districts which complement the dynamic environment of lagos; with 471 rooms and suites.
the expansive cosy lobby creates welcoming environment for leisure and business guests.
located opposite a major upcoming shopping mall and a cinema centre, this gives guests' the opportunity to enjoy various entertainments in a unique and serene environment with lush gardens.
book and stay at the golden tulip festac lagos - hotel and conference centre and enjoy offers on business and leisure services.
titles: gov's consent and federal c of o
asking price: 1...
The average price of hotels / guest houses for sale in Festac, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos is ₦230,000,000. The most expensive hotel / guest house costs ₦500,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦210,000,000.
About Festac, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos
Festac is a Federal Housing Estate in Lagos state, Nigeria. It is located along the Lagos-Badagry Expressway in Lagos State, Nigeria. The name Festac was derived form the acronym FESTAC, which stands for Second World African Festival of Arts and Culture that was held there in 1977. Festac town, originally referred to as "Festival Town" or "Festac Village", is a residential estate designed to house the participants of the Second World Festival of Black Arts and Culture of 1977 (Festac77).
The Nigerian government invested substantial sums of money and resources into building Festac Town, which sported state of the art electrical generators, police and fire stations, access to public transportation, supermarkets, banks, health centres, public restrooms, and postal services. The village was therefore intended to evoke the modern age and the promise of state-sponsored economic development fueled by oil revenues.