Easter time has rolled around again! This year, why not try something new and take a family trip to the Jewel of Africa. The breath-taking Nigerian Capital of Abuja is an ideal destination to experience not only a new culture, but also the different way of life in the hustling and bustling environment of the fastest growing economy in Africa!  With world-class comfort and service, hotels in Abuja are sure to please even the most refined of palates. World-class restaurants and facilities make every stay a memorable experience and will leave you wanting more.

If you like to get your heart pumping and enjoy a game of chance, then look no further than our internationally acclaimed casinos in Abuja. With tables and machines to suit every taste, this wonderland of activity will most surely leave a smile on your face.

  • The Transcorp Hilton

With 7 restaurants and bars, the Transcorp Hilton is the perfect way to spend Easter in Abuja. This hotel, offering a 5-star lifestyle, is located centrally on 1 Aguiyi Ironsi St, Maitama, and it comes packed full of activities and amenities. Some of the services you can expect to find include the following:

  • An outdoor swimming pool
  • Tennis courts
  • Squash courts
  • Fitness rooms
  • The best Casino in Abuja
  • The Sheraton Abuja Hotel

Found on Ladi Kwali Way Maitama, the Sheraton Abuja Hotel sits proudly in the center of the first ever African made capital. This marvel of comfort has a full suite of amenities, and its central location allows for an easy commute to all major centers. This acts as a great starting point for your sightseeing. With 5 restaurants and bars, a bakery, a 24-hour dining experience, as well as fitness activities such as squash courts and a swimming pool, the Sheraton Abuja has all the bases covered to ensure your stay is unforgettable.

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