Victoria Island, Lagos
Victoria Island shortened “VI” is an affluent business and residential area in Lagos Island, Lagos. The city was first designated as a high-end residential area before emerging as one of the busiest cities in Nigeria.
VI is home to the headquarters of many big indigenous companies such as Globacom and Zenith bank; and international companies like IBM, Halliburton and Hewlett Packard (HP).
Hotels in Victoria Island
Check our list of hotels and guest houses in Victoria Island Nigeria. Compare room rates, read guest reviews and get the best hotel deals available on Jumia Travel. If you are visiting the popular areas in VI, check hotels near Adeola Odeku and other major streets. The 3 Star Cumberland Hotel Lagos is located in the area.
Best Victoria Island Hotels
Lagos Island is home to some of the best 5 star hotels in Nigeria like the Federal Palace Hotel, Eko Hotel, Intercontinental Lagos and Protea Hotel. Many hotels in Victoria Island offer modern amenities and facilities (spa, swimming pool, event centre, fitness centre, etc) and their staff are well trained. Look forward to adequate security, comfort and top services at any top hotel in Victoria Island.
Budget hotels in Victoria Island
Cheap Victoria Island hotels are equipped with basic amenities for a comfortable stay. Some of the best budget hotels in VI include Peerage Retreat and Resort, The Belaggio Suites and Beni Apartments & Suites.
Tourist Attractions in Victoria Island
The popular bar beach in Victoria Island has a strong wave and a perfect walkway with cool breeze. Horse riding is another activity at the beach. The Bar beach market is one of the best markets for sea foods in the whole of Lagos state.
Park ‘n’ Shop located in Adeola Odeku is also a famous shopping centre and a one stop place for grocery needs, be it local or international products or food stuff.
VI like other neighbouring cities is separated from the mainland by the Lagos Lagoon. Victoria Island in Lagos is accessible by road from the mainland through 3 bridges – Eko, Carter and the Third Mainland Bridge. The popular Okada (commercial motorbikes) are restricted from operating in VI while Keke NAPEP (commercial tricycles) is limited to certain areas. The best means of transport in VI is via Taxis or car hire.