These are the hotspots you can spend Christmas if you’re rich
If you don’t plan on living on a budget this Christmas then there are lots of places to have fun.
While some of will be living on a budget, some Nigerians will be spending this Christmas holiday at expensive locations that the rest of us can only dream about.
Here are some of the most exclusive locations that Nigerians with a deep pocket will be going to have fun.
1. Inagbe Grand resorts, Lagos
This island is filled with luxury and tranquillity. Set on the banks of the Lagos lagoon & the Atlantic Ocean, the resort is filled with lots of fun activities.
2. La Campagne Tropicana, Lagos
It is a tropical getaway that provides luxurious comfort and serenity. Tents overlook the beach and are fully equipped with modern entertainment. The location is predominantly traditional. This is recommended for family holidays or just for relaxation this Christmas time.
3. Le Meridien Ibom Hotel and Golf Resort, Uyo
Le Meridien Ibom is a hotel with a world-class 18 hole golf course and is the best place for you to practice your swing or polish your golfing skills. The golf resort is located in Uyo and provides just the right atmosphere to make beautiful Christmas memories. The hotel offers amazing accommodation and services which will make you and your family feel like royalty this Christmas.
4. Whispering Palms Resort, Badagry
The resort is located in Lagos. It overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and has a hotel accommodation along with cosy lounges, terraced lagoon front fitted with concrete tables and seats for guests to relax and unwind, as well as a standard swimming pool. It is definitely somewhere you’ll find the rich and wealthy this Christmas.
5. Kamp Ikare Resort, Lagos
Located on a stretch of Lagos coast not too far from Ikare Village, Kamp Ikare is an ideal getaway spot if you’re wealthy. The Miami-style beach resort is a haven for pleasure seekers in search of solitude or romantic getaway. Kamp Ikare Resort can only be accessed with a speedboat from mainland Lagos.
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