The management of Eko Hotels and Suites said it has concluded plans to upgrade infrastructure at the facility to make it a one-stop destination for tourists in Africa.
Richard Herb, Chairman of the hospitality giant, told journalists in Lagos that the hotel was committed to the development and promotion of hospitality industry.
He said that under the Eko Signature, its 654-room capacity have been increased to 825 rooms.
The Eko Signature is a subsidiary of Eko Hotels and Suites.
“The idea is to make Eko Hotels a one-stop hotel destination in Africa that can compete with similar establishments globally.
“We have 654 rooms available at Eko Hotels and with the 171 rooms added at Eko Signature, we now have a total of 825 rooms.
“This will give us an edge over other hotels in Africa,” Herb said.
Other facilities provided are a bar, six meeting rooms, butler service, spa and library. “We are committed to delivering excellent services to customers and investing in unique products.
“Our objective is to take the hotel to the highest level”.
Herb said the hospitality and tourism industry in the state had contributed immensely to the country™s Gross Domestic Product
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