Legend Hotel Lagos Airport — which marks Hilton’s 500th hotel across Europe, Middle East and Africa — is the first Curio Collection by Hilton hotel in Africa. The property caters to travellers at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, an aviation hub that serves more than eight million passengers each year.
The airport hotel is adjacent to a private jet terminal and offers an exclusive immigration and customs desk in the hotel for private jet passengers. It is approximately three miles from the domestic terminal and less than a mile from the international terminal.
“A distinctive and unexpected experience”
Mark Nogal, global head of Curio Collection by Hilton, said: “Having recently celebrated the addition of our 60th Curio Collection hotel, we are excited to debut in Africa with Legend Hotel Lagos Airport, a contemporary property with close proximity to a major financial centre in Nigeria.”
Nogal added: “Whether it’s taking in the views of the airfield from De Bull restaurant and bar or enjoying the beautiful Art Deco style interiors, Legend Hotel Lagos Airport offers travellers a distinctive and unexpected experience in a growing tourist destination.”
Legend Hotel Lagos Airport comprises of 54 guest rooms and suites with Art Deco style interiors. The hotel exclusively offers two Presidential Suites with airfield views, featuring private terraces with a bar and whirlpool. Furthermore, it has three flexible meeting rooms featuring spacious outdoor terraces, natural daylight and modern A/V equipment.
“We’re thrilled to welcome travellers to Legend Hotel Lagos Airport,” said Peter Idoko, the general manager of Legend Hotel Lagos Airport.
“With an unrivalled location, exclusive immigration and customs desk, spacious guest rooms and the support of Hilton and its award-winning Hilton Honors program, the hotel is perfect for travellers looking for unparalleled accommodations near the airport and convenience to local attractions.”
Hilton currently operates 41 hotels in Africa with 53 in its development pipeline.