La Campagne debuts world’s first mud house with indoor pool
Never relenting to impress and improve on its facilities and services, as it periodically upgrade on the produce to the delight of patrons and visitors to the resort, La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort has come up with another world-class innovation.
Just like it did with the introduction of a mud house that bore all the elegance and sophistication of modern and trendy guesthouse, the management of the Ikegun village, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos African themed resort has taken mud house sophistication a notch higher with an indoor swimming pool.
Such rare and creative feat, since it opened has attracted viewing by patrons and visitors to the resort who are taken in by the natural appeal and ingenuity of the creator of the mud house that is stylishly fitted and furnished to taste with modern amenities wrapped in luxury for the comfort and relaxation of the guest.
The resort in its familiar style of infusing simple and sometimes common place and overlooked traditional arts, crafts, motifs and materials with glamourous and enchanting ambience, which gave birth to the mud house in the mood of the first mud house, the resort in its tradition, ensures that visitors experience is always turbo charged on visit as they are never too sure of the surprises that awaits them.
Named Amonsan (meaning mud is good), the mud house is a four-bedroom apartment, featuring quite electrifying and fascinating facilities, which include: an indoor swimming pool with an inbuilt bar that is richly stocked with wide selection of drinks; two spacious living areas that are fitted to the hilt exuding opulence; a dining area, with a rich dining set to the bargain that is built around tree trunks, and tastefully decorated African interiors.
Other sections to behold on visit are: private outdoor sit-out area overlooking the forest; sitting out on the pouch of the mud house, you get to see a tribe of monkeys as they go around their daily routines and also bird watching and other game viewing for the delight of the occupants of the mud house.
For the management of the resort, there is no end to its innovative and creative ferment as it is dedicated to enriching and renewing the experience of guests through constant upgrade and introduction of new packages to its facilities and services offer.
Paramount to all of these is the desire to continue to preserve and propagate the African cultural heritage through intangible and tangible materials that are geared at highlighting the best of African’s culture to patrons and visitors to the resort.
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