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Nigeria@58: RadissonBlu Anchorage Lagos offers 25 per cent discount

RADISSONBLU Anchorage Hotel Lagos is giving guests 25 percent discount on rooms and suites for the entire weekend stay from 27th September to 1st October, 2018 in the celebration of Nigeria’s 58th Independence.
General Manager, RadissonBlu Anchorage Hotel Lagos, Kevin Kamau said the 25 percent discount offer to guests is to show our commitment to Nigeria and Nigerians. “We at RadissonBlu have a culture of impeccable customer service and ensuring our guests are happy at all times. On this occasion of Nigeria’s 58th Independence, we celebrate with our guests by providing this huge discount to further reaffirm that RadissonBlu cares and it is home away from home,” Kamau stated.

An exquisite property in a prime location on the waterfront along Ozumba Mbadiwe avenue, Victoria Island, RadissonBlu Anchorage Hotel Lagos provides the perfect celebration ambiance for families, singles and corporate to join and enjoy the celebration of Nigeria’s national day with delicious cuisines and lots of fun guaranteed.

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