Eko Hotels and Suites says its end-of-the-year special offer for its customers is still running and will end on January 8.
The offer includes a 50 per cent discount on room charges with free access to services such as gym and swimming pool.
According to the Manager, Eko Hotels and Suites Reservations, Adewale Ayodeji, the new package is a unique way to explore more leisure opportunities.
He said the hotel had also raised the standard of its facilities to give its guests royal treatment and save them the trouble and high cost of travelling abroad for their holidays.
He said the package would run strictly for the rooms with complimentary breakfast, swimming pool and gym.
“We have packages for Christmas and it is the most prominent one. We have for Easter, Independence anniversary and others,” Adewale said.
“For example, our standard room is about N90,000 per night but for the season, we put it at N45,000 with complimentary breakfast. But this season, we put complimentary breakfast not for one person but for two persons,” he added.
He stated that the Yule package cut across other facilities like restaurants, swimming pool and gym to achieve success.
“For restaurants, we had something for 24 December, which was the Christmas eve activity. On 25 December, we had Christmas brunch like Santa Claus coming to give Christmas gifts to children. There was also activity on 26 December. On new year eve, which is 31 January, we’ll have party for couples in our prestigious restaurant,” he said.
Adewale added, “On 1 January, we’ll have activities for the likes of Wizkid and Davido, who are in showbiz. Close to 60 per cent of our rooms have been booked for that period for people to come with their families.”
He recalled that Eko Hotels experienced a boom in 2016 despite being the recession year in the country, adding that they had seized the opportunity to continue introducing new packages to keep their existing customers and for the expansion of the client base.
He assured the potential patrons of maximum security and royal treatment, stressing that as long as guests remained in the hotel, parking system would be free.