Aba is a city in the south-easterly regions of Nigeria and an economic centre of the Abia State region. Well known for its bustling trade and sprawling markets, it's not hard to see why this city is often considered a commercial hub of Nigeria. Aba is known for its Craftsmanship, most people here make a living as Artisans using skilled labour, Textile, Pharmaceuticals and Plastic. Surrounded by neighbouring villages like Obudu-Aba, Aba-Ukwu, Umuokpoji-Aba and Eziukwu Aba. It is known for its Farm Produce station which the British linked to Port harcourt in 1901.
Hotels in Aba
The standard room rates start from 9000 Naira at the Villa Roy Hotel and Suites and it is everything you’ve ever wanted in a Hotel away from home, this hotel has well-furnished and cosy rooms with ample space is one of the best Hotels in Aba, with high speed internet, an Olympic size clean swimming pool area with canopies.
The restaurant serves exotic meals that you can't resist plus the staff are well trained and nice. Built on the busy Immaculate Avenue, Benidon Hotel and resorts offers quality Hotel services like none other, State of the art Gym Equipment’s, 24 hours Electricity and security. Room rates go for 4000 Naira to 13,000 Naira.
Most of the restaurants in Aba serve local delicacies like Egusi, Onugbo, Okazi and Oha Soups served with wheat or Corn meals. You should try the Jevinik restaurant on Brass Street, Aba north, they serve both Local and intercontinental dishes from 300 Naira, then there are other fast food restaurants like Mr Biggs, Apples fried chicken and Popcorn factory.
If you didn't make arrangement for a private car, you will have to use the most common mode of transportation in Aba , Buses and Keke Napep tricycles which go from 50 Naira to 100 Naira, You will find Taxi’s to Charter from Aba Hotels like the Luxury City Hotel and a few others