BEST WESTERN PLUS Elomaz Hotel,  Asaba

Plot 22 A/B-27 Core Area, DBS Road, GRA, ., Asaba, Nigeria - Voir la carte
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Les points forts de l'hôtel

  • Réception 24 heures sur 24
    Réception 24 heures sur 24
  • Air conditionné
    Air conditionné
  • Bar-salon
  • Services de massage
    Services de massage
  • Piscine extérieure
    Piscine extérieure
  • Coffre-fort
  • Spa
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Le BEST WESTERN PLUS Elomaz Hotel à Asaba, au Nigéria, dispose de 86 chambres Executive Double et Executive Double Plus élégamment meublées et équipées de l'air conditionné et du meilleur de la technologie et des équipements. Cet hôtel inclut un ascenseur contrôlé par carte de sécurité, un accès aux chambres par carte-clé et réception à chaque étage. Chaque chambre est équipée d'un lit très confortable, accès à Internet sans fil haut débit, bureau et services téléphoniques, pour que les voyageurs d'affaires puissent rester connectés durant tout leur séjour. Nos quatre suites Executive sont décorées de façon exquise et très appréciées par les clients accueillant des invités et souhaitant que leurs réunions restent privées. Ces suites sont équipées d'un salon et d'un coin salle à manger séparés pour votre confort, accès à Internet sans fil haut débit, bureau et services téléphoniques pour que les voyageurs d'affaires puissent rester connectés durant tout leur séjour. Certaines de ces chambres sont communicantes, pour les clients qui préfèrent disposer d'un accès facile et privé aux autres membres de leur groupe de voyage. Nos deux suites présidentielles sont chacune composée de deux chambres décorées avec goût, coins salon et salle à manger, espace bureau entièrement meublé, accès à Internet sans fil haut débit, bureau et services téléphoniques pour une connexion pratique et permanente. Le restaurant de l'hôtel offre à nos clients des plats africains et continentaux exécutés à la perfection. Également, notre bar-salon est le lieu idéal pour se détendre après une journée bien remplie. Il possède un bar bien fourni et propose une grande variété de vins et spiritueux. L'hôtel sait à quel point il est important de disposer d'un lieu serein et agréable pour organiser conférences, séminaires et ateliers, afin de permettre à tous les participants la possibilité de se concentrer, à l'abri des distractions. Nous mettons donc à votre disposition un centre unique et bien équipé pour vos événements importants.

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BEST WESTERN PLUS Elomaz Hotel,Asaba
  • 5
    « New and centrally located »

    Had business at Onitsha. Choose this hotel for its closeness to the Asaba Airport. It's clean and new. About a year old. However, compared to its Lagos branch, service here is too poor. Workers here lack the hospitality and warmth. An indifferent attitude to customers. Maybe because they are new workers.

    « Great Accommodation in Asaba! »

    Before Best Western Plus Elomaz was opened in 2015, the most decent hotel in Asaba was Grand Hotel. However, BWP Elomaz is the new 'kid on the block' with fantastic rates, offering an alternative to Grand Hotel, with decent rooms that guarantee comfort now associated with the Best Western Plus brand in Nigeria. Rates are unbeatable in Asaba for the class of accommodation offered...real value for money! They need to vastly improve on the menus though....a let-down...

    « Good customer service and well maintained hotel »

    Good customer service. Clean and well maintained hotel( they had eyes for smallest of details) They have a weighing scale in each room The only area of improvement I saw was - their bread roll wasn't fresh


    Am not normally in the habit of encore reviews for same facility, but having stayed here over 15 times and observed the steady slipping, this becomes inevitable. Ok, I earlier branded this as one of the best (if not the best) in Asaba but am now somewhat doubtful of this rating, what with these observed flaws: 1. Appalling peeling corridor walls (4th floor) 2. Faulty card keys, now replaced with manual keys (4th floor) 3. Sloppy service by IT room (operator vanished & forgot to turn on cable channels) While sleep quality remain commendable as well as meals, BW must attend to the aforementioned, and other flaws to remain in our hearts. Nice deal, but slipping!!!

    « Friendly staff »

    The room was clean and tidy. The staff was very friendly and ever willing to help out. Its a lovely place to stay for everything. The breakfast buffet was simple and tasty. However Friday was lovely as the dinner buffet is well attended by both the internal and external guests.

    « Good place to stay »

    The hotel environment is quite clean, the structures and landscape look well maintained. The breakfast quality is also very good with a handful of varieties. Front desk staff are very professional with their duties and are very courteous.

    « Nice standard - super service »

    All you need traveling on business. calm and nice - food fine and room very clean. Close to city and the airport. Gym with a ok standard. Room service was excellent and fast. Easy check out and transportation.

    « Nice hotel but staff need hospitality training »

    Lovely hotel but alot of the staff are unprofessional and almost rude when you're a young unmarried female. A 5 star hoteh for asaba standards but I'll rate it 3 stars on a global scale due to most of the staff.

    « Magnificent clean room, Great spa, top notch Service n Friendly staff »

    I did not know what to expect in the town being a foreigner in town having travelled for business & pleasure. The rooms are spacious, clean with all the necessary items. The TV was massive and I enjoyed the prompt response by the front desk for any queries I had. The view of the town from the balcony was great. I loved the service of the spa and the lady in charge Amaka was a gem. Relaxing by the pool was awesome too. Entertainment spots are not so far from the hotel making it very easy to tour around. I would highly recommend the hotel and look forward to going back, Ohh n not forgetting the food! It was great and of generous portions !!

    « Visit the Alanza »

    Pleasantly surprised, a hotel in Asaba that was OK. IT IS AN INTERNATIONAL hotel, with Nigerian standards. The room was clean the lobby sparse but clean. The breakfast ok. The WiFi free and working. I was pleasantly welcomed. There did not seem to be a back up generator as when the Nigerian power failed I had to walk the stairs, not good in the March heat.

  • 4
    « Excellent for the price, but only serves Nigerian cuisine »

    Excellent for the price, but only serves Nigerian cuisine. I wish they had intercontinental food. The rooms were clean and very nice. The place is secure and the staff there are very nice. I have enjoyed the stay but didn't enjoy the food. That is all.

    « NICE DEAL »

    Stayed few nights this week here while on business in the Delta state capital. Recently built/commissioned, this is easily one of the best in Asaba and boasts of functional facilities. Average sized swimming pool (outdoor) and barbeque spot, gymnasium, meeting rooms are amongst the facilities not available in some older hotels in town. The average room is spacious and assures good sleep quality. However the floor tiling work in my 4th floor room was poorly set out. Breakfast and dinner are buffet and their offering is fair enough. The in-room WiFi was not strong enough though complimentary. Parking could be challenging if a major event is hosted here with many vehicles. Now let's see you guys keep up and maintain this resort. Nice deal. *[Not able to attach my 14 photos, would send them separately to go with this review]

    « I was thrilled »

    The experience was awesome. Never knew I could be such thrilled by the reception. I'm definitely coming back. From the point of check-in where I met some friendly chaps, though I don't know if it is because I was smiling all through, to everybody who was willing to assist. Imagine a guy at the reception always willing to get to my assistance.

    « Are you checking out Sir? »

    Newly built hotel and stands out as the best hotel accommodation in Asaba.Though the hotel bears an international name its services at the reception and restaurant are so poor you would want to throw up. The GSA chase after you every morning and afternoon and ask you "Are you checking out Sir"? Its so embarrassing that such an 'international' hotel ask such question.They should have a better way of 'checking out' guests.Sometimes they call your room to ask you the same silly question over and over again. At the restaurant, there are restaurant 'Guards' watching you as you eat a free breakfast should your room mate of wife or girlfriend taste your breakfast, you will be asked to pay N3000($15). Just make sure your guest or wife does not drink water or tea while eating breakfast. This hotel is not family friendly as you cannot afford to pay N3000 each for a breakfast for a family of 4 each morning for 1 week or for as long as you stay The hot water temperature can get upto 100 degrees C and you can get burnt if you are not aware. The WIFI is fast though and it is free!

    « Nice hotel in Asaba.......even the best in Delta »

    stayed here twice (5th floor) and was never disappointed about the quality of guest facilities present in the hotel (two service elevator, enough space for parking, very spacious room with 49inch smart TV,) and the ever responding staff of the hotel. the Friday barbeque night at the hotel poolside is just the best with varieties of food and fruit on their buffet, the fish barbeque and the nice music from the live band. another plus to this hotel is the Wi-Fi, which happens to be free and is superfast. Security within this hotel is very good as you need your room key card to operate the guest room lobby doors. overall the price is just too affordable for the service and the quality of the hotel rooms

    « Pleasantly suprised »

    I landed in Asaba on business for the first time and was taken to this hotel by the taxi driver. It was apparently the newest hotel in town. Took us about 8 mins to get there from the airport and upon my arrival, I was really pleasantly surprised. The reception was beautiful and the place is very well kept. Check in took a little longer than expected but can be excused as we were about 10 people that came from the airport and needed rooms. I was even more surprised when I heard my room will cost me N15,000 and it included buffet breakfast. I expected a small, dodgy room but instead the room was big and well maintained. Staff were friendly and I enjoyed their Friday BBQ night and Live band. I will definitely return to this hotel but will make sure to make a reservation next time instead of waiting for a room.

    « Hated the experience »

    I booked Room 412 for 2 nights . Apart form the noise at d pool side, on my second day at the hotel I was on my computer, when my room door was suddenly opened from outside and a lady walked in with a door man claiming she was given d room at d reception. No one deemed it fit to apologize for the grave error , even after I complained. The fair receptionist was so full of herself

    « Nice hotel that require improvement in the service »

    It seems this is a newly opened hotel in a small city of Asaba. The hotel is very good and deserves to be called a 'star' hotel in a small city. It has a nice entrance with ample car parking. The reception area is very well designed. The front desk staff are under trained and they do not know what to do when a situation arises. We as a group had an issue with our check-ins and it reached a level of frustration for us. We had a long drive from Calabar to Asaba that made me tired as well caused some sort of body pain. I requested them to complete the check-in fast and allocate at least one room for me. They had some issue with the payment that was already made but not reflecting. I offered them to swipe my credit card as security but they were unmoved. Eventually, after a lot of argument they allocated a room to me which took almost 45 minutes and a lot of frustration. My colleague still had to wait little longer for the second room. The room was very good and well designed. It was quite spacious as well with a very big TV. The bed was nicely decorated and extremely comfortable to sleep. The balcony was pleasing. The biggest aspect of the room was natural light and ventilation, these are the two things usually on the wrong side even with a good hotel. I barely needed to switch on the lights during day time. The bathroom was quite small compared to the size of room but it had everything that you need. You require a little adjustment. After staying in the previous two hotels, it was surprising to see this hotel having two elevators. However, the elevator program was faulty and it will stop at any floor while taking other guests on the top floor even if you have pressed a down button. The staff is not well and properly trained and at times they become clueless and unresponsive. They have kept powerful A/c at the reception and hallways as that makes the whole place chilling. The hotel does not have central air conditioning and water heating, hence, each room has a separate split A/c and a bathroom geyser. This is a bit unusual for such a big property. The hotel is very well maintained and kept clean from all the angles. Housekeeping is quite good. There is an additional level of security at the hall while you enter the room passage. You are required to tag your room card to open the room passage door, it is a good thing. Nigeria is famous for girls knocking your door in the night irrespective of the type of hotel you are staying with. My colleague had a couple knocking hard at 4 am in her room, don't know how they got in with such tight security in place. May be, the management is still in learning phase, since the hotel is new and first of such kind in Asaba. However, the noticeable thing was staff being workaholic and enthusiastic to accommodate your needs, which is quite unusual in Nigeria. I hope they maintain this level at least if they can't improve. The Internet worked like a Gem, again very unusual as per Nigerian hotel standard. The speed of Internet was good too and I could stream the movie on my iPad though with intermittent pause of buffering. But I would take it any day. The pool is clean and well maintained. They have poolside open music during holidays, you can also order food there and eat. This goes on for a bit longer and that is a quite disturbing especially if you room is facing the swimming pool. My room was quite far from the swimming pool but facing it and I still had noise coming to my room till 11 pm. Just imagine, what would happen if you room is near the pool. The restaurant staff is well accommodating to your special food needs that is a big plus for people like me who are vegetarian. The chef will personally check with you if you enjoyed the food. As usual, expect 45-min to an hour for the food delivery. The breakfast was good and with many varieties. I would advise to go for the breakfast a bit early, say no later than 8 am to avoid first timers attacking the buffet counters and pushing you to fill their plates 150% of the capacity and then rushing to grab a table. Don't be surprised if you find females at the breakfast table in their bathrobe. May be, the latest fashion or show-off trend in Nigeria :) The restaurant is very small and they have tried to accommodate more number of tables than usually it should. This creates a mess when you are late for the breakfast and place is crowded. Chairs are hitting in all the corners and the whole place turns into a fish market. When I was there the hotel had a promotional offer of just 15,000 Naira ($75) per day including breakfast due to holidays. It is considered quite cheap in Nigeria where the hotels are usually expensive. This brought-in lot of crowd with some being not well trained or aware about hotel etiquettes. This made the hotel and pool quite messy with lot of shouting going all around. With some sort of training to the staff and continuous improvement this hotel can surely get 5-star rating and good review on tripadvisor. I would be happy to stay here again during my next visit.

    « my wife and I had a memorable stay at the Best Western Plus Elomaz Hotel Asaba, the services was excellent. »

    on our arrival the porters took our luggage and we were ushered into the lush reception by friendly staff who seemed to be greeting us at every minute of the day, it was fun and memorable. the services was so good that my wife said that this was the first time Asaba got it right in its hospitality.


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Depuis : le nord. Passez le club de golf Obori, prenez la direction du sud-ouest sur 240 mètres, continuez jusqu'à Okpanam Road, et tournez à gauche à la sortie DBS pour rejoindre le BEST WESTERN PLUS Elomaz Hotel, sur DBS Road.

Depuis : le sud. Prenez Ibusa Road en direction de l'ouest et rejoignez l'Express Way. Tournez à gauche sur DDPA Road et continuez, puis tournez à droite pour rejoindre le BEST WESTERN PLUS Elomaz Hotel sur DBS Road.

Depuis : l'est. Passez l'ancien atelier de confection textile, allez en direction d'Okpanam Road, et tournez à gauche à la sortie DBS pour rejoindre le BEST WESTERN PLUS Elomaz Hotel sur DBS Road.

Depuis : l'ouest. Quittez l'aéroport local d'Asaba. R...

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