Building on the success re-corded with the introduction of Nigerian ethnic cuisines (Themed nights) last year, the management of the Southern Sun Ikoyi Hotel has promised to continue to attract both business travellers and leisure seekers to its serenading cocoon as a result of its highly improved services.
The General Manager, Mark Loxley, said the hotel themed night was acclaimed as a changer for the hotel as it not only succeeded in keeping its loyal patrons but won more to its growing high profile guests.
The hotels fine dining and wining offers is one that set the hotel apart from others in the city. This service comes highly recommended to both in-house and walk-in guests.
On the menu list are varieties of continental and African dishes, which are regularly updated to meet the ever growing global culinary trend.
It last year upgraded its African menu list with the introduction of Nigerian Ethnic Dishes, a theme night that comes with rare and exciting local delicacies from different parts of the country.
This offering is expected to get merrier and more colourful this year with a new head chef that is expected to inspire with his wealth of expertise in the culinary world.
You can also savour rich and fine winery from its stylishly fitted bar and lounge section, which is stocked with wide selection of drinks ranging from wine, brandy, champagne, cocktail to beverage.
Southern Sun Ikoyi ended last year on a high note, attracting appreciable attention from the public and patronage from its various clients. Thanks to its status as one of the leading hotels in the city, with sophisticated facilities and dedicated services.
In terms of accommodation, it features about 195 rooms of different categories, with each stylishly and elegantly fitted and furnished with sophisticated amenities for the comfort and relaxation of guests.
These include: Flat screen TV with multiple satellite channels, refrigerator/mini-bar, work desk and chair, tea/coffee-making machine, and ensuite bathroom with fresh toiletries. It also boasts a special lounge known as Ninth Floor Lounge, which is a uniquely created small private area exclusively for long-stay and suite residents. The lounge features complimentary snacks and drinks, newspapers, and TV with 24-hour news and sports. Its a quiet place for making connections or for some out-of-the-office downtime.
Author: Urowayino Warami