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Zimbabwean listed, African Sun Limited (ASL), has re-launched the Best Western Lagos under its management, reaffirming the hotel group as the leading pan African hospitality company with international brand associations and partnerships.
'The re-opening of the Best Western Lagos could not have come at a better time while we celebrate Nigeria's Golden Jubilee. Lagos is the business centre of West Africa, and the Best Western is perfectly located to provide the business community of Lagos with quality accommodation and services service as they work and look forward to the next 50 years of economic growth,' says Farayi Mangwende, Group Corporate Communications Manager for African Sun Limited.
Over the past 50 years the Best Western has been a hotel synonymous with providing the best hospitality services across the world, and that legacy will continue under African Sun's management.
"Nigeria is a very exciting market for us and The Best Western Lagos was a perfect fit with our strategy of increasing rooms in West Africa's growth cities. The Best Western Brand is well known in the USA, Canada, Asia and Europe and becoming increasingly popular in Nigeria. This investment will also add value to the West African market in terms of international brand associations,' says Cornelius Nyahunda Operations Director for African Sun Hotels, West Africa.
The Best Western Lagos is located at the heart of Ikeja, 10 minutes from the Murtala Mohammed International Airport. The four star hotel has 112 medium sized rooms comprising four business express rooms, six business deluxe rooms, six suites and 96 business plus rooms; offering guests a variety of options for their needs. The hotel also features state of the art conferencing facilities for up to 100 delegates seated cinema style and 12 seated boardroom style, with must-have features such as wireless internet and a business centre. The hotel is conveniently located to provide guests with access to local culture and historical sites in Lagos including the Didi and National Museums, the Murtala Muhammad Memorial Botanical Garden, Lekki Conservation Centre and Lagos Zoo to name a few.
African Sun is not a new brand in the country; the group manages four other properties including Obudu Mountain Resort, Nike Lake Resort, Amber Tinapa and Utanga Safari Lodge. All ASL hotels in Nigeria employ Nigerian citizens to ensure skills transfer and best practice of pan African hospitality The African Sun Way ensuring growth through partnerships.
For more information on The Best Western Lagos you can contact visit www.africansunhotels.com or email to email@example.com