top of page
  • Chidozie Uzoezie

Sheraton Abuja Celebrates Nigeria at 58 with Discount

Sheraton Abuja Hotel is inviting guests to celebrate Nigeria’s 58th Independence on 1 October with iconic experiences at the Hotel’s Pool Bar & Restaurant.

The hotel will commemorate the independence at its Pool Bar & Restaurant where it will offer guests a 10% discount to taste a variety of delicious local dishes right from the African Pot. The African Pot Menu at Sheraton Abuja hotel is priced from as low as NGN1,000 and features an array of enticing African delicacies from around different regions of Nigeria.

African Pot menus include Asun (Peppered and Spiced Native Goat Meat originating from Western Nigeria), Zobo (Natural Hibiscus flower drink) and Nkwobi (a specialty local goat meat meal from Eastern Nigeria).

Others are Masa (Pan fried rice cakes from Northern Nigerian), Abacha (a delicious African salad from the East) and Kunu (a naturally extracted milk from groundnuts, rice, tigernuts or millet from Northern Nigeria).

In the spirit of bringing people together and getting families and friends to relax and enjoy the independence day break, customers will also experience an enhanced range of entertaining African music at the Pool Bar & Restaurant.

The hotel is also inviting in-house guests to share in its Independence Day National cake specially made by the hotel's Pastry Chef- Maroof and his dedicated team.

Located on Ladi Kwali Way, Maitama in the heart of Abuja, Nigeria, the 540-room Sheraton Abuja stands as a city landmark, displaying a tradition of warmth and impeccable service to meet every guest desire.

 Featured Posts 

WTM22 Banner_300x250px - July.png
300x250 the Afritraveller.png