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Located in Benin City, within 4.2 km of The Benin City National Museum and 48.3 km of Gilli-Gilli Game Reserve, Hotel has accommodations with free WiFi. With a terrace, the property also has a shared lounge, as well as a bar. There's a restaurant.

The rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. All rooms include a private bathroom, while certain rooms will provide you with a balcony and others also offer a city view. All rooms Hotel have air conditioning and a closet.

A continental breakfast is available every morning at the accommodation.

Staff at the reception can provide assistance around the clock with information on the area. 

This property is also rated for the best value in Benin City! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.

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Junior Suite (Regular)

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₦16,200

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Business Executive (Regular)

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₦16,200

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Junior Suite

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₦18,000

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Super Business Executive (Regular)

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₦23,000

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Twin Double Room (Smoking)

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₦25,000

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Twin Executive

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₦27,000

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Twin Double Room (Non Smoking)

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₦30,000

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Suite

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₦36,000

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Exclusive Executive

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₦40,000

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Super Suite

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₦43,000

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Presidential Suite

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₦50,000

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The Glee Hotel

Address287b Akin Olugbade St, Victoria Island, Lagos
 
 
Phone0909 114 2755
 
Set in Lagos, within 550 yards of Mega Plaza Century 21 Mall and less than 0.6 miles of Red Door Gallery, Glee Hotel offers accommodation with an outdoor swimming pool. ... With a private bathroom, rooms at Glee Hotel also offer free WiFi. ... Glee Hotel has been welcoming Booking.com ...
 
 

GLEE HOTEL & SPA. VICTORIA ISLAND

 

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Welcome to The Glee Hotel & Spa. Our world class service, indulgent comforts and ultra experiences, make us truly stand out among all hotels in Victoria Island, Lagos. Grab a chair, relax and watch the ballet of calm, great view and experienced service at work in front of you.

 

A : Victoria Island, Lagos

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T : 07022554533

 
 

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Special new year offer with special discounts on accommodation for stays until 31 January 2019

 
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Enjoy sumptuous meal at the Glee’s Afro Continental Restaurant and get your pedicure done for free!!

 
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NSIA moves to revamp Nigeria’s comatose Commodity Exchange

The Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA), managers of the nation’s Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) has expressed interest in reviving the country’s Commodity Exchange,  a process which government  authorities estimate could cost as much as $20 million.

The government has scheduled the comatose Abuja Securities and Commodity Exchange (ASCE) for privatisation, but the NSIA and industry experts fear that selling the company at its present state would come at a loss, since the assets are almost worthless.

The NSIA’s interest is therefore in pre-privatisation investments which would mean fixing the software to drive an efficient trading platform and putting  proper processes and procedures in place, till a point that the Exchange can start trading.

The Abuja Securities Commodity Exchange (ASCE) is no longer functional, having stopped trading several years back, but it has up to 60 staff who do nothing but collect salaries at the end of each month, BusinessDay discovered.

NSIA authorities are already in early talks with the government to allow them make that very important pre-privatisation investment and bring the Commodity Exchange to an operational level, in exchange for shares in the company before it is finally privatised.


“The scope of our interest is in what we defined as pre-privatisation investment, which is to revive the Commodity Exchange by investing in the platform and making  sure that the systems and processes work, so that people can actually see what the value in the asset is, and then the government can go ahead and privatise the company,” Uche Orji, Managing Director, NSIA said in an interview with BusinessDay.

“We have expressed interest to the Bureau for Private Enterprise (BPE) and the former Vice President (Namadi Sambo). We are re-engaging with the government now to drive that plan,” he added.

The purpose for which the ASCE was established in 2010 has hardly been achieved because of the dominance of the stock market and Nigeria’s attitude towards agriculture. Lack of proper understanding of how the commodity market works has also been been an issue for poor patronage, among other challenges.

Nigerian governments, past and present continue to express commitment to revamp the agricultural sector which is seen as critical to boosting the economy and creating jobs, but there is still the struggle of getting produce to a level where they can trade in a features market and create more income for poor farmers.

But the NSIA has identified agriculture as one of the choicest sectors in which it can invest part of the nation’s  $1bn Sovereign Wealth Fund because of the sector’s capacity to create jobs and boost economic activities.

And according to Orji, the Commodity Exchange is one agriculture sector investments that the NSIA is considering committing part of the $400 million infrastructure component of the nation’s SWF.  “With a Commodity Exchange, you can have a futures market which allows you to discount future cash flow,” he argued. “Hence it reduces cost of borrowing. It is viable in Ethiopia, it should be in Nigeria,” he stated.

The Exchange is also one of four government businesses/institutions that the NSIA would be investing in. The NSIA has already made some $10 million investments in the Nigerian Mortgage Refinance Company (NMRC); and is also acting as a co-developer of the nation’s Credit Enhancement Facility. It has also invested in the Development Bank of Nigeria (DBN).

Experts believe that reviving the Commodity Exchange is critical, especially at this point that the government thinks it could resort to agriculture, in the face of dwindling oil revenue.

Idris Adamu, CEO, Daura farms, said  the ASCE, when put  back into business could even serve as a regional commodity exchange, noting that there is now a “race as to who would be the first to establish one, especially in West Africa.”

“We cannot have have a credible agricultural sector if our products cannot trade on the Exchange,” Adamu observed.

“Ghana is about to set up one, so we have to move really fast with revitalising our own Exchange,” he further suggested.

Courtesy: http://businessdayonline.com/

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Nigeria to host first international sea trade convention

The International Sea Trade and Investment Convention (ISTI) Committee on Wednesday said that all was set for Nigeria to host its first International Sea Trade and Investment Convention.

In a statement in Lagos Mr Adebayo Sarumi, the Chairman of the convention committee said that the aim was to position Nigeria as a maritime hub.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the event, which is scheduled to hold in Lagos on Oct. 5 and 6., is designed as a platform to address issues of new and direct trade route between Nigeria and her leading trading partners.

The Convention with the theme “Exploring New Trade Frontiers” will explore cross border potentials along regional trade corridor.

It is also aimed at developing viable import/export market, standardise goods and services to meet global certification for export, import and finance, market linkage, trade and infrastructure investment.

Sarumi noted that the convention would identify impediments to export trade, restrictions, facilities and regulations within the maritime sector.

He also said the convention was planned to create the platform for stakeholders to develop a roadmap to address issues of products, standardisation, financing, incentives and the lack of infrastructure plaguing the industry.

``The convention would buoy up Nigeria’s export trade and maritime sector to make it attractive to global buyers and foreign investors’’ he said.

Sarumi said maritime and trade in Sub-Saharan Africa region had experienced an unprecedented growth in the last few years, contributing over 15 billion dollars annually to Nigeria’s economy.

``This could grow to as much as 50 billion dollars in the next couple of years’’ he added.

He said that about 500 delegates from across the world were being expected, with Nigeria’s former Head of State, Gen Abdulsalami Abubakar as keynote speaker. (NAN)

Courtesy: http://www.nannewsnigeria.com/

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Nigeria Proposes Tax on International Airlines for Tourism

Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has advocated the dedication of 1 percent of passenger fare of international airliners to fund the tourism sector in Nigeria. 

 

Mohammed told the Senate Committee on Culture and Tourism that other countries around the world were already implementing the 1 percent charge.

He said such money if dedicated to the tourism sector would stem capital flights, as more Nigerian would visit tourism sites in Nigeria rather than travelling abroad.

“Most countries charge airlines operating in the country and bringing people into the country, a percentage of the fare for the tourism development fund.

“This is not done here in Nigeria; we need to charge airlines like Lufthansa, Delta, British Airways, Air France and others.

“If all the airlines that come to Nigeria can devote just one per cent of their passengers’ fare to tourism development, it would assist us in developing facilities to boost tourism across the country.

“We will be coming to the senate very soon to see how this can be drafted into a law that will make it mandatory on all airlines coming in,” he said.

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