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Palmview Manor
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Reviewed November 9, 2009

I stopped here in September after previously staying at the VCP hotel in Lagos. This place has a lot more character than the VCP. It may not be as new as some other places but it feels quiet and the staff were absolutely brilliant.
The food was good, including breakfasts and I'm looking forward to going back soon.
The only negative was the hot water in the shower, mentioned in a previous review. I did have to turn the shower on and then go back later when the water had warmed up, but in fairness I was warned about it when I checked in.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled on business
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Reviewed June 27, 2008

Stayed at this hotel overnight as we were going partying on the "island". Great location and very safe and secure. Check-in was a nightmare as the card machines were not working, so had to go back to the highway to get cash. First room was dirty and smelt of stale cigars, but the staff happily changed the room
The theme is obviously Colonial Lagos - Why??? and what ridiculous outfits the staff had to wear. Felt so unfair, a modern twist on the colonial outfit would have been far kinder. Amazing photos of old Lagos adorn the walls but shock as you enter the rooms - not a single hint of colonialism. lol
Really comfortable bed and nice large room. Shower took forever to get hot, but otherwise really nice. Very quite and private location too. The best part was breakfast, really yummy but do not add the milk to your coffee cos it ruins it. Had to pay as the complimentary breakfast is for one person only even though there were two of us in the room.
Oh and arrange your own transport to get out of there cos the car hire at the hotel charge twice the going rate.
Room for the night: N37,000 inclusive of all taxes - remember to take cash (N60,000 deposit required)

  • Stayed: June 2008, traveled with friends
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3  Thank Julia O
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Reviewed January 7, 2007

Lagos is never going to be a favourite destination but if you have business on Victoria Island you could do worse than this small place (20 rooms), described in their literature as a superior boutique hotel. I hadn’t stayed in any of the Lagos hotels before (only a company guesthouse) but found myself here for 4 nights. I thought the “standard” rooms rather small and dark but a “superior” one was a better proposition when I found I’d be there over a weekend. The amenities in the room were better than I expected and having an iron and board in the wardrobe was very handy. The food wasn’t bad (with greater choice than I anticipated) and could be served in the restaurant or in the small bar by reception (or in the rooms). There is a relatively small swimming pool and gym (though I didn’t see anyone using them). The beds were the most comfortable I’ve had in Nigeria (where they usually seem to be like rocks). I didn’t try out the free internet access from the room but there was a working desk with adjacent power and computer points. There was an empty fridge in the room and tea/coffee and water were supplied. The staff were friendly and helpful and remembered my name. It felt secure and the road to the entrance is gated, before you reach the main gate into the hotel, both manned 24 hours a day. On the down side there were frequent short power interruptions, the water wasn’t always on in the middle of the night and it took a long time to get hot water to the shower in one of the rooms I used but maybe that’s just normal in Lagos. It was also relatively expensive.

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Reviewed March 6, 2007
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  • Stayed: July 2006, traveled on business
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