$20 - $77
|CHEAPEST CITY IN NIGERIA||Port Harcourt||54% cheaper||Hotels in Port Harcourt are the cheapest in Nigeria at just $20 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN NIGERIA||Kano||44% more expensive||Kano has the highest priced hotels in Nigeria with rooms averaging $77 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN NIGERIA||Benin City||48% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Benin City than any other city in Nigeria|
momondo users have recommended 10 hotels to users looking to stay near Nigerian National Mosque. Hotels in this area have an average price of $111 per night. These prices may change based on several factors, such as time of year. Hotels near Nigerian National Mosque are typically 63% more expensive than the average hotel in Nigeria, which is $40.
|Low Season||February||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||March||most expensive time to stay|
|46%||expected price decrease|
|69%||expected price increase|
$79 - $472
|Cheapest day of week||Wednesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Thursday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|$98||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$587||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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Abuja is home to government businesses, making it a busy and secure city in Nigeria. You'll get the best accommodation at hotels in Nigeria, like Grand Pela Hotel & Suites, Transcorp Hilton Abuja, and Summerset Continental Hotel. The city offers reliable public transport systems that include Abuja Light Rail, taxis, or buses from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport. Lagos is Nigeria's biggest city with a bustling, fast-paced city full of life and home to tons of businesses, great restaurants, and bars like Eco Hotel & Suites, Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lagos Continental Hotel, and the Federal Palace Hotel & Casino. The available public transport includes the Lagos BRT buses, the Danfo buses, ferries, and taxis. You can access the city through the main Nigerian airport, Murtala Muhammed International Airport. From both terminals, you can use the yellow buses or taxis to downtown.
Nigeria has attractive sceneries, wildlife, festivities, and natural beauty. If you're an outdoor enthusiast, a brief visit to Yankari National Park in Bauchi will take you to the largest park in Nigeria. Here, it's where the savannah grasslands, sparse forest, and scrubland meet to provide you with beautiful beaches and some freshwater lagoons surrounded by flamingos. A short afternoon drive from Transcorp Hotel, Adsuit Hotel Calabar, and 520 Hotels Asdam takes you to the Cross River National Park, which gives you an exciting view of different endangered monkeys, gorillas, and various flora and fauna. Travelers who love hiking should try it at Kainji National Park in Niger State, Ogunpa River National Park, or the iconic Zuma rock found in the Nigerian Naira in Jigawa state. We recommend visiting Banana Island while in Lagos for kayaking tours and boat riding. Don't forget to go to the best theme park in Tinapa.
Lagos is home to world-class entertainment spots and the most exotic nightlife venues with movie premieres, concerts, live music shows by local and international artists every week. Whether you’re staying at the Shoregate Hotel, the Blowfish Hotel, or the Protea Hotel by Marriott Ikeja, you can enjoy the Nigerian cuisines before driving or walking to famous nightclubs. Some of the Nigerian cuisines to try include jollof rice, garri, pounded yampeper soup, and moi moi. At the rooftop terrace of Bon Vivant, you'll have the best cocktail menus and listen to pulsating music from their DJs as you watch the streets of Lagos fall asleep. A few meters from here, you can try the InsideOut Bar, Duna Beach Club, or hop in different pubs and bars at Rua 25 de Abril, a nightlife hotspot. If in Abuja, you'll not be short of nightlife because the Bamboo, the Mirage Hookah Lounge, Blucabana, and Club Cabana offer excellent drinks, cocktails, concerts, karaoke, and all-night dance at cheap prices.
If you love collecting art and learning Nigerian history, we recommend getting one of the cheap hotels in Nigeria, in Lagos, like the Staycation, Encore Lagos Hotel & Suites, or the Preserve Apartments and Suites. A short drive from these Nigerian hotels can take you to Freedom Park, a UNESCO heritage site, which is open throughout the year for a fee. You can visit the National Museum for Art Collections for a small fee. This museum is busiest during holidays and festive seasons, but the other days it is quite slow. Learn the slave trade history at the Vlekete Slave Market for a small fee any time of the year. Also, don't leave without visiting the Lagos Lighthouse for a small fee and Eko Atlantic City. From Asaa Pyramid Hotel and Green Suites Villa in Kaduna city, you'll find great historical sites like St Joseph's Cathedral, Palace of His Royal Highness the Emir of Yola, and the Kagoro Caves, all at small fees any time of the year. For fine and contemporary art in Lagos, shop at Red Door Gallery, Omenka Gallery, Rele Gallery, and Nike Art Gallery.
February is the least expensive month to stay in Nigeria, with an average price of $124 per night. That price is significantly cheaper than the most expensive month, April.
While the country has many desirable locations to visit, the most popular city in Nigeria to travel to is Lagos.
Kano is the most expensive city in Nigeria to book a hotel room in. The nightly rate of $98 is 140% more than the average city in Nigeria.
There are 10,958 operators available for hotels in Nigeria as of November 2023.
Prices for hotels in Nigeria are refreshed on a daily basis.
Park Inn by Radisson Abeokuta
1, Ibrahim Babaginda Boulevard, Kuto Roundabout, Abeokuta, Abeokuta, Nigeria
Choice Suites Signature
3 Allen Lane Off Allen Avenue ( By Providus Bank) Ikeja Lagos, Ikeja, Nigeria
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