1 Golf Resort Drive, Presidential Boulevard, Abeokuta, Nigeria.

Abeokuta, Ogun State CONFERENCE
HOTEL & SUITES








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Welcome to Luxury
Conference Hotel & Suites

Conference Hotel is a 5-star luxury hotel in the ancient city of Abeokuta, Ogun State. Our hotel offers accommodation with a restaurant serving the finest local and international cuisines, free private parking, a fitness centre and a dedicated bar.

Our Rooms
All our rooms come complete with complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi.
Check-in From 2:00 PM, Check-out Until 12:00 PM.
Deluxe

1 king bed | 2 adults

With our Deluxe Room, you will have everything you need for a comfortable stay and a good night’s sleep.

₦35,000.00 / per night
Family Suite

2 king bed | 4 adults

For extra space, book one of our Family suites. 2 connecting rooms with a shared bathroom.

₦90,000.00 / per night
Diplomatic Suite

1 king bed | 2 adults

For an extended stay or for extra space, choose one of our Diplomatic Suites featuring a separate living area and kitchenette.

₦120,000.00 / per night
Ruby / Sapphire Suites

2 king beds | 4 adults

For an extended stay or for extra space, choose one of our 2-bedroom suites featuring a separate living area and kitchenette.

₦120,000.00 / per night
Alpha / Omega Suite

2 king beds | 4 adults

For an extended stay or for extra space, choose one of our 2-bedroom suites featuring a separate living area and kitchenette.

₦160,000.00 / per night
Presidential Suites

2-3 king beds | 4-6 adults

For an extended stay or for extra space, choose one of our 2-bedroom or 3-bedroom presidential suites featuring a separate living area, kitchenette and guest toilet.

₦270,000.00 / per night
Our Services
Be treated like a king
Room Service
Swimming Pool
Gym & Fitness
Restaurant
Bar
Spa
Explore the City
Abeokuta, Ogun State

Abeokuta, town, capital of Ogun state, southwestern Nigeria. It is situated on the east bank of the Ogun River, around a group of rocky outcroppings that rise above the surrounding wooded savanna. It lies on the main railway (1899) from Lagos, 48 miles (78 km) south, and on the older trunk road from Lagos to Ibadan; it also has road connections to Ilaro, Shagamu, Iseyin, and Kétou (Benin).