Eko Hotels & Suites is a five-star hotel located in the heart of Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. It is the largest hotel in Nigeria and one of the most prestigious in West Africa.
The hotel is owned by the Chagoury Group, a Nigerian-Lebanese conglomerate with interests in construction, real estate, and property development.
Eko Hotels & Suites was first opened in 1977 as the Èkó Holiday Inn. It was designed by Nigerian architect Oluwole Olumuyiwa in collaboration with Americans.
The hotel was subsequently renamed Le Meridien Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos. In 2007, the hotel was renovated and rebranded as Eko Hotels & Suites.
Eko Hotels & Suites is a popular destination for business travelers, tourists, and celebrities alike.
The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and services, including
● 650 well-appointed rooms and suites
● 17 restaurants and bars serving a variety of international cuisines
● A state-of-the-art fitness center
● A spa and salon
● A swimming pool
● Tennis courts
● A basketball court
● A volleyball court
● A sauna
● A steam room
● A business center
● A conference center
● A ballroom
Eko Hotels & Suites is also home to a number of high-profile events throughout the year, including the annual Eko Hotel Film Festival and the Eko Hotel Fashion Week.
The hotel has been praised for its excellent service, luxurious accommodations, and convenient location.
It has been rated as one of the best hotels in Africa by a number of travel publications, including Condé Nast Traveler and TripAdvisor.
Who owns Eko Hotel?
Eko Hotels & Suites is owned by the Chagoury Group, a Nigerian-Lebanese conglomerate with interests in construction, real estate, and property development. The Chagoury Group was founded in 1971 by Ronald and Gilbert Chagoury, two Lebanese brothers who immigrated to Nigeria in the 1960s.
The Chagoury Group has played a major role in the development of Nigeria’s economy. The group has constructed some of the country’s most iconic landmarks, including Eko Hotels & Suites, Eko Atlantic City, and the National Stadium in Abuja.
The Chagoury Group is also a major philanthropic organization. The group has donated millions of dollars to support education, healthcare, and social welfare programs in Nigeria.