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2 star hotel
This little gem is one of Lagos's best-value spots. It's a central, well-run and delightfully welcoming place, with comfortable, neat rooms, some with sea views. Owner Rui (and helpful staff) are people-in-the-know...
4 star hotel
The ever-so slightly worn 134-room hotel has spacious, pleasant rooms. Those facing east have balconies and views. There’s a rooftop swimming pool for more marina-gazing...
This is Lagos’ finest hotel, offering many creature comforts, including a health club and a lovely pool. It’s popular with busloads of tour groups.
This modern spot is bang in the middle of a busy strip opposite the beach. The rooms are simple, yet sleek and with good light. All feature kitchenettes.
3 star hotel
Fifty metres from the beach, Salema offers bright rooms with terraces (most with sea views) in a modern whitewashed building.
Bed and breakfast
There's a touch of Austin Powers here – a retro-mod spot that bills itself as 'boutique' in a converted 1970s bank building...
On a hill in a newer area above town, this modern whitewashed hotel offers a predictably safe, international hotel-style experience, complete with pleasant top-floor bar...
This modern, secure spot has slightly worn but clean and light rooms, some with terraces and all with cable TV.
If this boutique number were an American movie icon, she'd be Zsa Zsa Gabor. It is tastefully 'campish' and the unique rooms beautifully incorporate the mansion's original features...
This small, condolike complex offers attractive airy apartments set with blond woods and stylish furnishings, each with a balcony.
Rooms in this simple, unpretentious, but adequate spot, are small but comfortable, with parquetry wood floors and balconies (no view).
Near the fort, this hotel is housed in a converted 19th-century mansion and has a slightly dated Brighton (UK) guesthouse feel, with great sea views and 10 bright rooms, most of which have terraces.
It certainly ain’t five-star (and breakfast isn’t included), yet it’s large, with spacious, cheaply furnished apartments and million-dollar views over the cliffs. Each has a balcony and satellite TV...
Two kilometres east of town, overlooking Ilha de Tavira, this four-star 162-room hotel has been converted from, and cleverly incorporates, a former tuna village, complete with the original school and chapel...
This unpretentious, rambling 17th-century farmhouse is set in a lovely garden, despite the surrounding suburban development...
Two British expats renovated and run this stylish, if ever-so-slightly cramped, spot. It has a modern, clean design and all the mod cons. It's centrally located and has a wonderful roof terrace...
You could eat off the floors of these squeaky-clean, welcoming rooms and apartments. They might not have sweeping views, but they are handsome and nicely furnished rooms – excellent value (breakfast not included).
Although its facade is uninspiring and its decor is a bit dated, this hotel’s rooms are decent, with a trim if flowery design.
We’re not sure how this modern cubist block made it past the town planners, but it has comfortable, sleek rooms with large beds, marble-filled bathrooms and flat-screen TVs...
Don’t be fooled by the plain exterior – this modern motel-style option offers clean, though cramped, rooms with contemporary, stylish decor. Low-season prices are significantly cheaper.
This large place offers all the creature comforts for resort-loving visitors and business clients...
Closed at the time of research for a bit of a pep up, but past visits indicate light, airy and tidy rooms. Breakfast not included.
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