Hotels in Warri
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A number of luxury accommodation in Warri that boasts of all the comfort facilities to ensure a memorable stay are also available. Protea Hotel Warri, is a luxury four star hotel located close to the Silverbird Cinemas and the Warri Refinery & Petro Chemical Company, the rooms at the hotel are well equipped and neatly groomed. Breakfast service is free while laundry and car hire service can be arranged.
Hotel Excel limited Warri has an outdoor pool and provides airport shuttle service on request. Kayriott Hotel Warri is also a few minutes away from Shoprite. You can prepay for a room at any of these hotels online or pay when you arrive at the hotel. Golden Tulip Warri Airport Hotel is also a popular choice among travellers who visit Warri on business.
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About Warri, Delta
One of the first river bank towns in Nigeria is Warri. It’s situated in the part of Delta state which was popularly known as Niger Delta. Warri city is one of the major centres of petroleum activities and businesses in south Nigeria, now it’s where all the oil companies are situated. The city is one of top cities in southern Nigeria, consisting of the Itsekiri, Urhobo and Ijaw people. Warri is dominated by Christians with mixture of African traditional religions like most of the Southern Nigeria. The city is known for its now vastly spoken language (Pidgin English). “Wafarians” as the Warri indigenes are called; they are very industrious and accommodating. There are more women in this city than men and their major occupations are fishing, canoeing and some sheep farming.
Tourist Attraction in Warri
The Well known as “oil” city has many sights and places fo r travelers to visit. The awe of tourism in Warri is the investment opportunities it creates, mixed with fun. The few among the many places to visit in Warri are; Delta Ports, Warri Refinery, Nana Living History Museum, NNPC, Osubi Airport, Palace of the Olu of Warri and Nana’s Palace, Koko.