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Abeokuta Ota Sagamu Ijoko
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From ₦0 To ₦6,000+

162 people like this hotel
+234 700 880 8800

₦7,000
avg/night

6.8 Very Good

From 2 reviews

348 people like this hotel
+234 700 880 8800

₦9,000
avg/night

8.6 Excellent

From 7 reviews

+234 700 880 8800

₦8,500
avg/night

6.3 Very Good

From 2 reviews

309 people like this hotel
+234 700 880 8800

₦13,000
avg/night

7.7 Very Good

From 6 reviews

147 people like this hotel
+234 700 880 8800

₦6,000
avg/night

5.7 Good

From 3 reviews

+234 700 880 8800

₦8,050
avg/night

8.0 Excellent

From 2 reviews

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906 people like this hotel
+234 700 880 8800

7,500

₦7,000
avg/night

6.0 Very Good

From 14 reviews

+234 700 880 8800

₦3,500
avg/night

0.0

From No reviews

+234 700 880 8800

₦2,950
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0.0

From No reviews

+234 700 880 8800

₦6,000
avg/night

5.1 Good

From 4 reviews

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About Ogun

Ogun is a State in southwestern Nigeria with an estimated population of 3.8 million people. It shares borders with Lagos state and the State capital is Abeokuta. Other notable towns in Ogun include, Ijebu Ode, Ota and Saganmu. Due to its proximity to Lagos, many big companies are setting up shop in Ogun State so as to save cost on rents and running costs, while still operating within the same market demographic.

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