Dominion court opens in Lagos, promises quality service
A new hotel, Dominion Court, has opened for business in Lagos State with a promise to give its clients good treats that would make them feel at home throughout their stay in the facility.
The 14-unit hospitality facility located on a serene landscape in Ojodu area is managed by a leading hospitality consultant, Six Regions Hotels Limited.
According to the management of the facility, Dominion Court is part of a sustained desire to offer the hospitality sector a unique brand that fills the void created by traditional hotels to extended stay travellers who are looking for home away from home in major cities across the globe.
It added that to give a wide range of customers and clients the needed comfort and convenience they desire, the facility is located in one of the highly secured and fastest growing mixed developing neighbourhood, reputed as home to thriving businesses and a tourist destination all the year round.
Speaking with The Guardian, the Chairman, Praise Emerokwem said: “Dominion Court apartments and rooms deliver an upscale, full service apartment with Nigeria-inspired hospitality featuring 14 guest apartments and rooms, including two spacious and fully furnished three bedrooms, seven two bedrooms, one bedroom, one self contained apartment and three standard rooms. All apartments have fully equipped kitchen and en suite rooms to match the living style of the guests.”
The hotel also has a range of leisure facilities, including a bush bar, an all-day dining 19-seater restaurant, gym, swimming pool, table tennis and a conference room.
“Our rooms present eloquent expression of stylish sensibility that evokes modern architecture and the cleanliness of the guestrooms’ furniture is accented with modern textural touches of traditional western materials.
“The facility has enhanced health and cleaning protocols as part of Dominion’s clean promise, which balances the need for providing guests with an exceptional travel experience while taking extra precautions to protect their well-being.
“Dominion Court Apartments and Rooms brand is the smartest choice for travellers seeking the real home away from home that will help them relax while staying active,” he added.
On his part, former chairman, Senate Committee on Health, Lanre Tejuosho, who was the chairman of the opening ceremony, said: “This is just the beginning because there is always great results for hard work and I am sure we will continue to see more of this kind of important intervention in the Nigerian housing sector because in Nigeria today, we have a deficit of about 16 million housing. So, any Nigerian that is supporting Nigeria by providing accommodation of any form is contributing towards the reduction of housing deficit in the country.