Explore the top things to do in the Lagos area

Situated on Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja’s primary thoroughfare, our Radisson hotel offers a safe, residential home base with easy access to international corporate offices and things to do in Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city. After you finish work-related activities in one of our conference spaces, visit The New Afrika Shrine to witness an open-air festival and the Kalakuta Republic Museum to learn about iconic musician and activist Fela Kuti. Located less than nine kilometers from Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS), our hotel is also within easy reach of exceptional attractions like the Lekki Conservation Centre and the Nike Centre for Art and Culture.
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Computer Village

1.8 mi / 2.9 km from the hotel
Head to this immense bazaar to buy a computer, get your mobile phone repaired or pick out a new accessory in West Africa’s largest electronics market.

Ikeja City Mall

2.2 mi / 3.54 km from the hotel
Shop at stores like Vlisco, Skechers, MONDO Jeans and Levi’s before taking a break at the food court in Ikeja’s premier mall. Before you leave, catch a movie at Silverbird Cinemas and then pick up a treat from Cold Stone Creamery.

Ikeja Golf Club

1.01 mi / 1.62 km from the hotel
Though not long, this well-maintained nine-hole course rewards careful shots off the tee. After your round, head to the clubhouse to unwind with a cold drink.

Kalakuta Republic Museum

1.54 mi / 2.48 km from the hotel
Once the home of the self-styled Kalakuta Republic, this building is now a museum showcasing the personal effects of the republic’s founder, musician and human rights activist Fela Kuti.

Lekki Conservation Centre

15.59 mi / 25.08 km from the hotel
Plan a team outing to stroll the stunning grounds of this 78-hectare (193-acre) nature park. You can cross Africa’s longest canopy walkway and catch a glimpse of monkeys, crocodiles, snakes and rare birds.

Nigerian National Museum

10.05 mi / 16.17 km from the hotel
Founded in 1957, this museum houses a fascinating collection of Nigerian art and artifacts, including Nok sculptures, bronze pots and elaborate masquerade costumes.