Like a Chapel in a Cathedral so is hospitality in the tourism industry and Lagos is a tourism-cathedral housing beauteous chapels that are valid hospitality destinations of great awe—Westown Hotel.
Having explored Westown Hotel which is an impressive Chapel of destination class sitting on number 7, Sheraton-Opebi Link Road, Travelogue brings to its readers a hospitality delight of magnificent comfort where you can have a unique view of the economic Capital of the West African sub-region.
From a software enabled reception (powered by business.com to ensure everything about guests is captured in no time) to Oshe Continental Restaurant homing ten bars where varietal drinks are available for guests to explore if they so choose and lest I forget, a piano to garnish the aura of the bars with soothing tunes stands by.
Westown Hotel's magnificence is esteemed with various rooms for your choice of comfort and they are Superior and Deluxe rooms, Junior, Executive, Governor, Diplomatic and Presidential Suites and also a loft room where guests can connect with romance.
The thrills of exploration here is upped by the Rooftop Arena where you have a Sandpit Bar and a Swimming Pool.
In this pride of hospitality, there are halls namely : Eko, Osun, Jummy, Beatrice, and the Marquee Hall. According to Samuel Osho, a staff of Westown Hotel, Eko hall's capacity is 30 while Osun Hall is a Board Room capacity of 15, Jummy hall is 100 capacity for Theatre and Banquet 70, Beatrice hall capacity for banquet is 110—theatre is 200 and the Marquee hall is where the Kings Church holds their service and it is 350 capacity for banquet settings and 500-700 for theatre.
|Swimming Pool at the Rooftop Bar|
|A view of Lagos from the Rooftop Arena|