23 Oct 2019 - 24 Oct 2019

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Lagos is a huge, lively, and rapidly growing city which is the place to be for a real feel of the upcoming Africa. As the economic and financial capital of Nigeria, Lagos has the atmosphere of a modern and affluent metropolis, alongside its more chilled out beach vibe. Whichever part of town you prefer, Skyscanner you can find the perfect cheap hotels in Lagos with Skyscanner.

Lagos’ beaches are breath taking. Long sand spits extend out into the ocean, such as iconic Bar Beach that stretches out from the mouth of Lagos Lagoon. Many hotels in Lagos are right on the coast.

If its business rather than the beach that brings you here, then Lagos’ bustling business centre also has many hotels, many of which are truly world class. The Whitehouse Hotels have conference rooms and host big business events, so you won’t have far to go after a day of meetings. This swanky spot is also popular with celebrities, so keep an eye out!

Car hire in Lagos is a great idea if you want to get off the beaten track, and also get to know some of the surrounding settlements and their warm and welcoming Nigerian feel. Hiring a car is also much more reliable than local transport, which can be quite ad hoc.

Eco tourism is also taking off in Africa, and Lagos is on top of its development. There is even the Eko Tourist Resort, which has chalets you can stay at, for a slightly different accommodation option.

Whatever kind of room you are searching for in Lagos, you are sure to find it either in our own choice of hotels below, or by using our hotel search feature. Just put in your dates, and find all the best prices from agents and hotels.

If you still haven’t got your journey there booked, search for cheap flights to Lagos with the Skyscanner website or phone app!

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Orakle  Obarotimi
Orakle Obarotimi

You will need local intel and a lagoshian friend can not be stressed enough cos they have insiders knowledge..... Rocking city dude

James  Wusu
James Wusu

Lagos is the most populous state in Nigeria. Close to 30 million people. Businesses are thriving there and many foreigners love to be in Lagos for business. However, electricity is a major challenge in Nigeria as a whole, other alternatives are there to help you move on. You will love to be in Lagos!

Edi Tarigan
Edi TariganLagos

Lagos, the city of crowd, un-organized, hot and unique things. It is always a bit of challenge to live here. Most foreign people are coming here not for vacation, but more for works. CNN consider this city as the top city that makes expats suffer. Come and work there to experience it yourself.

Alex Ngoh
Alex Ngoh

Travel there for work purposes. Travel is a hassle as roads are bad and the traffic is heavy. People there are friendly and nice though.


The least expensive month is July, with an average of £1 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Lagos is September, with an average price of £80 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was £65 per night. This is 12% more than the average nightly price of £57 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Lagos, the expected average temperature in October is 25.5°C/77.9°F. The warmest month is typically March, which averages 32.0°C/89.6°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 20.0°C/68.0°F.
The nearest airport to Lagos is Lagos (LOS) (10.53 miles).

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