Ben Thomas Hotels Limited, Along Lokoja-okene Expressway, Close To Obajana, Kabba/Bunu, Kogi
The Hotel is on a land covering total area of 5,934.59sqm (entire floor area is tiled with concrete drainage). Renovation will be required. Ideal for Hostel, Self-contained flats, Polytechnic, Comprehensive school etc, Available space is almost half of the entire compound. The entire building is fenced round. CofO is available and property is free from all encumbrances. A recent valuation report was conducted by a reputable Estate valuer.
Standard Rooms: 13
Deluxe Rooms: 2
Royal Rooms: 6
Superior Suites: 12
Executive Suites: 10
Business Suites: 1
TOTAL NO OF ROOMS: 48
Other facilities include : Swimming Pool/Garden-Bush Bar/VIP Lounge/Night Club/450 capacity Hall/ 2No. 350 KVA and 1No. 100 KVA Electric Generators/ Tank Bar/Dolphin Bar/10 Office Rooms/3 Committee Rooms/60,000 litre capacity Underground and Overhead Water tanks/Laundry with Industrial Washing machines.
Total Land Area occupied by hotel: 2 hectares with about 1 hectare unused and available for future development. Others include Street lights all around the premises/well manicured lawns/tarred & interlocking blocks premises.
Lokoja. One of the most popular plots in Nigeria because of proximity. Except you usually travel with plane, asides that, whether you use luxurious bus or s65amg or golf3 to travel through lokoja, you must have seen and patronized this joint along the express. 4 seasons is strategically located and has accommodation and serves food and offers rest for potentially 5 million people passing from the east west and north. It's up for n100m.
Kogi is a state in central Nigeria. Its capital city is Lokoja, which is the first administrative capital of modern-day Nigeria. The state was created in 1991 from parts of Kwara State and Benue State. It is popularly called the "Confluence State" because the confluence of River Niger and River Benue is at its capital, Lokoja.
The state is engaged majorly in agriculture. Kogi has coal, steel and other mineral industries. The major ethnic groups in the state include: Igala, Ebira, and Okun. Kogi state is the only state in Nigeria which shares a boundary with ten other states.