Rooms - Categories & Rates

Room Rates
Room CategoryTarifDeposit
Regular King N 25,200.00 N 30,000.00
Regular Double N 27,300.00 N 32,000.00
Superior King N 29,400.00 N 34,000.00
Superior Double N 31,500.00 N 35,000.00
Autograph Collection - Superior King N 33,600.00 N 38,000.00
Signature Collection - Superior N 33,600.00 N 38,000.00
Autograph Collection - Superior Double N 37,800.00 N 40,000.00
Executive Double N 40,000.00 N 46,000.00
Autograph Collection - Executive King N 48,300.00 N 52,000.00
Signature Collection - Executive King N 48,300.00 N 52,000.00
Deluxe Suite N 52,500.00 N 55,000.00
Superior Suite N 65,100.00 N 70,000.00
Signature Collection - Superior Suite N 68,250.00 N 73,000.00
Autograph Collection - Superior Suite N 75,600.00 N 80,000.00


Our Premium Collections Feature Amusa Olaniyi Lawal Are
Signature Collection
James Olubunmi Aboderin
Autograph Collection
Secure RFID Card Room Entry System X X
Automatic Energy Saver System X X
Electric Shaver Socket X X
Glass Shower Enclosure X X
Rejuvenating Rain Shower Head X X
Complimentary High Speed Data Port X X
Complimentary In-Room Coffee/Tea Maker Service X X
Private In-Room Digital Safe X -
Refrigerated Mini Bar X -
Bedside Table Lamps X -
Memory Pillows X X
Decorative Bolster Pillow X X
Bathrobe and Slippers X X
Full Length Standing Lamps - X
Premium Leather Bed-side Stool - X
Premium Leather Club Chair - X
Premium Leather Ottoman - X
 Premium-sized Rooms and Suites - X
  Signature Collection  Autograph Collection 


  • Rates effective January 1, 2018
  • Rates include 5% VAT and 10% Service charge.
  • One complimentary breakfast per paid room night
  • Free access to the Fitness Centre & Swimming Pool
  • Free access to the VIP Lounge
  • Free in-room Internet Access
  • Free Daily Newspaper
  • All reservations are subject to a deposit.
  • Rates are subject to change without notice

Family Plan

No charge for children under 12 sharing parents room.

Check In Time: 13:00hrs

In 1853, the first Europeans to settle in Ibadan, Reverend Hinderer and his wife, started Ibadan's first Western schools