15 Dec 2019 - 16 Dec 2019

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Where to Stay in Abuja

As the capital of Nigeria, Abuja offers travellers an expansive skyline that features manmade wonders like giant mosques and natural wonders like giant climbing rocks. Visitors can book hotels near the airport, in the downtown Maitama region or alongside Jabi Lake.


Maitama is the central business district of Abuja. Staying at hotels in Abuja's Maitama district gives visitors close access to Millennium Park, Abuja National Mosque and the National Children's Park and Zoo.

1. Agura Hotel

Agura Hotel is a budget choice of last-minute hotels in Abuja. It offers spacious, polished rooms with minibar fridges and air conditioning. The facilities include a coffee shop, restaurant, nightclub and fitness centre.

2. Rockview Hotel

Rockview Hotel is a classic hotel with air-conditioned rooms. On the grounds are a swimming pool, tennis court, bar and lounge.

3. Transcorp Hilton Abuja

Transcorp Hilton Abuja is an upscale hotel with a low-key atmosphere. It offers rooms with mini-fridges, marble bathrooms and free Wi-Fi. Onsite are seven different dining options and a variety of spa and sporting facilities.

Jabi Lake

On the western end of Abuja is Jabi Lake. In addition to offering fishing, boating and swimming opportunities, it's surrounded by hotels.

1. Grand Cubana Hotel

Grand Cubana Hotel could be considered one of the cheap hotels in Abuja's Jabi Lake region where cost is concerned although its accommodations are far from cheap in quality. Set in a stately building, it offers stylish, individually decorated rooms with TVs and private bathrooms.

2. Western Dreams Hotel

Western Dreams Hotel offers polished, sophisticated rooms with air conditioning, a refrigerator and a desk. On the grounds are a restaurant, outdoor pool, bar and Jacuzzi.

3. Nordic Hotel

Nordic Hotel is a boutique hotel in Abuja by the lake. It offers posh, stylish rooms and suites with air conditioning and modern decor. On the grounds are an outdoor pool, a restaurant and spa facilities.

Abuja Airport Hotels

Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (ABV) is the airport serving Abuja, Nigeria, and the regions surrounding it. Good last-minute hotels in Abuja are located within close proximity to the airport.

Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Hotels

1. New England Hotel

As the hotel nearest the airport, New England Hotel is one of the prime choices of last-minute hotels in Abuja. It is also one of the cheap hotels in Abuja. Air-conditioned, en-suite rooms are tastefully decorated, and there's an on-site restaurant.

2. Crestwood Hotel and Suites

Crestwood Hotel and Suites offers clean, functional en-suite rooms with air conditioning, sofas and tables. The facilities include a bar and restaurant.

3. Silver Gate Hotels

Silver Gate Hotels is a boutique hotel in Abuja's airport outskirts. It offers air-conditioned rooms with tile floors and en-suite bathrooms. The grounds feature thatched huts and a surrounding garden for relaxation.

Whether you prefer to stay at hotels in Abuja near the lake, in the central Maitama district or near the airport, Skyscanner's extensive search capabilities will help you find just the right accommodation for you.

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Reggie Emmanuel  Nyamekye
Reggie Emmanuel Nyamekye

I had a good time in Abuja and I’d recommend it to any adventure lover. I’d personally would want to move there some day. Cheers Nigeria !

Grace Okoro
Grace OkoroDonetsk

its a chilling city,capital of Nigeria.i love to b here...its awesome,visit and see for yourself.

Dominique Crousel
Dominique Crousel

very dangerous: too much idiots and macho's with guns in Nigeria, extreme corruption too

Paulina & Robert
Paulina & RobertStockholm

Nigeria's Capital since 1991, Abuja is a young, purpose-built city, developped in the 1980's to alleviate the problems associated with the over-population of Lagos. It has, for obvious reasons, very little historical background, but the atmosphere here is extremely friendly, much quieter than Lagos. Among other things, there is a small, colorful marketplace and an impressive mosque.


The least expensive month is October, with an average of £52 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Abuja is November, with an average price of £190 per night.
The average price of a hotel in December last year was £56 per night. This is 44% less than the average nightly price of £81 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Abuja, the expected average temperature in December is 7.7°C/45.9°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 14.1°C/57.4°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging 4.7°C/40.5°F.
The nearest airport to Abuja is Abuja (ABV) (15.49 miles).

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