RADISSON HOTEL BENIN CITY, A 169-ROOM HAVEN, MARKS RADISSON HOTEL GROUP’S STRATEGIC EXPANSION IN NIGERIA IN PARTNERSHIP WITH EDO STATE GOVERNMENT.
Radisson Hotel Group, in collaboration with the Edo State Government, proudly announces the signing of Radisson Hotel Benin City. A 169-room haven will open in the next 12 months, marking the Group’s debut in Benin City.
The hotel will offer contemporary standard rooms to executive suites, including a presidential suite, embodying Scandinavian elegance. It features a lobby bar, café, all-day dining restaurant, and a pool bar and grill, ensuring a harmonious stay.
Radisson Hotel Benin City’s Strategic Growth in Nigeria
Erwan Garnier, Senior Director, Development for Africa at Radisson Hotel Group, expresses commitment to Nigeria’s growth strategy. The Benin City debut aligns perfectly, reinforcing brand awareness and promoting tourism and business activities in this key state capital.
Situated in the Government Reserved Area (GRA), the hotel is easily accessible via the airport and Benin-Sapele roads. Just five minutes from Benin Airport, it’s nestled near the Benin Golf Course and the city’s commercial center.
His Excellency Mr. Godwin Obaseki, Governor of Edo State, hails the Radisson Hotel Project as a symbol of commitment to economic growth. The project signifies belief in Edo State’s potential as a vibrant destination, fostering employment, investments, and socio-cultural exchange.
Proximity to security offices like the Nigerian Army and Police Force enhances security around the hotel. This strategic location ensures a safe and secure environment for guests.
Versatile Meetings and Events Spaces
The hotel’s meetings and events spaces, including a 507 sqm sub-divisible ballroom, three meeting rooms, and a pre-function area, cater to a wide range of tailored events.
Honourable Commissioner for Finance, Mrs. Adaze Kalu, notes the hotel’s role in sculpting Edo State’s landscape. It serves as a gateway for visitors to experience the state’s warmth, natural beauty, and rich cultural heritage, positioning Edo State as a capital destination.