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Published On: Thu, Aug 20th, 2015

Cotton Suites springs new hospitality surprises

411 restaurant

Described as one of the most underrated Boutique hotels in Nigeria, by Hotel.ng, a leading hotel booking site in the country, Cotton Suites, has in various ways, proven itself as a sophisticated leisure hub in the heart of Lagos, with its array of facilitates and services which makes it tick.
There is however no doubt that the suite which is strategically built in the highbrow neighborhood of Victoria Island, is a one-stop shop for leisure with an impressive architecture signatures which dot the Ahmadu Tijani Street, off Sanusi Fafunwa Street. Its furniture and facilities truly depict class, taste, lifestyle and uniqueness which are second to none.

The tastefully furnished facilities are specifically meant to meet the needs of the upper and middle class through a mixture of pleasure and innovation. The facilities obscure location, which is a complete departure from the hustles and bustles of Lagos, distinguished factors responsible for its consistent patronage by hotel connoisseurs.

This simple but classy, masterpiece is owned by the duo of Mr. Olamide Olaleye and Mr. Ayodele Olapade , two legal icons cum investors, who synergized to redefine luxury and lifestyle in hospitality industry. Nestled in the serene, low density area of Victoria Island, the facilities are a unique offering of 15 rooms units, of 1- Standard room, 7- Delux rooms, 3- Executive, 2-Chalets, 2- Executive premium, which falls within the range of N25,000.00, N35,000 and N40, 000 with complimentary breakfast.

Some of the rooms are furnished with imported master bed adorned with best of decorations, Jacuzzi, internet and separate guest bedroom. Clients are also offered 24-hour free ultra fast wireless internet, with 24- hour reception and room service, 24-hour business and janitor services. Also available in the rooms are reading table and chair, relaxation lounge, mini fridge and 42 inch LED television connected to a satellite with local and international stations in all rooms.
According Mr. Aare Afeez, the Assistant Manager of the hotel, hospitality industry is one of the growing sectors in the country. The demand for more hotel rooms by tourists and leisure seekers is of utmost importance in order to upgrade services and facilities in all the hotels in the country. Hoteliers need to be proactive in meeting the growing demands.
‘‘Victoria Island is home to most upper and middle class Nigerians. It is also a base of young professionals due to its proximity to the commercial nerve of the city, improved roads infrastructure, the new Ikoyi Link Bridge, the commercial activities in the area is growing by the day.
Cotton Suite is an exclusive hotel for people who cherish privacy and quintessential leisure experience.
“We are quite excited about what clients are saying about our services. We have the best cheff in town. We have maintained best practices and standard to edge our competitors, no thanks to our location coupled and best-in-class facilities. We are poised to offer services tailored towards creating an unforgettable experience in the mind of our customers in respect of our commitment our guiding principles; ‘’The Comfort You Deserve.’’ He noted.
It parades special features such as digital surveillance system, high speed internet connectivity, sufficient parking space, restaurant and a lot more.
the hotel offers basic services to patrons, which are tailored to their preference and specific demands with 24- hour Instant 100% power back-up from sound proof generators and inverter which works 24-hour. The hotel also assures security of its clients with CCTV, security guards and police patrol.
There are ample dining and wining options available in the 411 restaurant managed by the hotel. It also offers more than cookery and wine tour to complete relaxation with a sumptuous African and continental menu.

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