The Wheatbaker Hotel Room Review

January 1, 2020

No stone has been left unturned in ensuring an elegant, frictionless stay for guests at the Wheatbaker hotel located in the heart of Lagos' business district, just a stone's throw away from bustling Victoria Island. The hotel is on the smaller side but packs a very strong punch in the interior and exterior design.

The gorgeous hotel has 65 rooms - with accommodation falling into four categories: Standard Queen Rooms (5 rooms),  Luxury King Rooms (40 rooms), Executive King Rooms (15 rooms) and Executive Suites (5 rooms).

Arguably the best boutique hotel in Lagos, the Wheatbaker is designed to cater to business and leisure needs. The luxury experience begins in the lobby.

Lovely brown colours are used throughout the rooms. The suites are spacious and include bedrooms that are partitioned in the middle and large standing mirrors!

The 65 rooms feature clean, soothing lines and textures,  flattering lighting, and lovely bathrooms, along with well-appreciated details like complimentary mobile phones, bedside USB ports and power outlets that fit plugs.

While in-room amenities include posh modern furniture and king sized beds, the hotel's classiest perks are tea and coffee making facilities; direct-dial telephones; controlled air-conditioners, colour TV with over 20 satellite channels; mini-bar; luxury private bathrooms; hairdryer, razor point and electronic safes in the rooms. The gloriously comfortable king's beds practically demand a good night's sleep, while the desks serve business travellers well - so well that they can conduct meetings from them if they wish.

Something unique about the Wheatbaker hotel is the service and attention to details is second to none .

Other highlights of the hotel include the lovely pool -- the highlight of a lush outdoor area - and a dazzling restaurant. The Wheatbaker Ikoyi is home to unrivalled beauty. And for discerning business travellers, it's hard to imagine a better option in Lagos. It's open for bookings.


Facilities for babies and children are available on request.

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