From Olawale Ajimotokan in Abuja
President Muhammadu Buhari will on May 10, commission the Fraser Suites Abuja. The hotel is touted as Nigeriaâ€™s distinctively iconic and newest luxury hotel by Frasers Hospitality in Africa.
FCT Minister Muhammad Musa Bello, will on May 9 be the chief host of an exclusive, guests only ceremony, preceding the Grand Opening the following day by the President.
A statement issued by Haroun Audu, the Marketing Communications Advisor to Fraser Suites, said Buhari, supported by members of the diplomatic corps, heads of international multilateral agencies, regional bodies and NGOâ€™s accredited to Nigeria will unveil the historic commissioning plaque.
The following day, Fraser Suites Abuja will welcome Nigeriaâ€™s vibrant, corporate and business executives, specially invited to the full, luxurious taste of an exciting afternoon of facilities viewing, refreshments, soft entertainment, and networking.
Developed and promoted in Nigeria by the international real estate developer and investor Royal Pacific Group, Fraser Suites Abuja, in less than six months of operations, won the globally acclaimed World Luxury Hotel Awards in December 2017, as well as the award for Global Winner for Luxury Business Serviced Apartments also in 2017.
Fraser Suites is located in the Central Business District of Nigeriaâ€™s Federal Capital city, accessible to prime commercial areas, major corporations, foreign embassies, as well as to the Three Arms Zone housing the federal bureaucracy, the Supreme Court, the National Assembly Complex, and the Presidential Villa.
Its 126 guest rooms are designed for the contemporary business traveller; replete with modern facilities of complimentary high-speed wifi; Internet enabled television; a media hub for gadgets and large writing desks.
Created to convey a sophisticated residence in the city, the hotelâ€™s 126 suites each come with Nespresso coffee machines, Kitchenette and luxurious Lâ€™Occitane bathroom amenities.
It has two restaurants with the Dining Room, characterised by its high ceiling. The 120-seat restaurant serves international and local flavours.