Ikeja Branch

The Dover Hotels

The Dover Hotels have everything you need for a pleasant stay. It echoes glamour and style that offers an ultimate home away from home comforts. Our standard in terms of class and taste is unparalleled. In the rooms, we have stunning interior design and beautiful furniture that surpasses what you can see in other hotels. It is the only Hotel in Nigeria that has memory foam that adjusts your body movement and makes you sleep like a newborn baby. The Dover is managed by a very competent and vibrant team with hands-on experience in hotel management. At Dover, we are known for our core values of excellent, comfortable, and quality service delivery round the clock. The name Dover is coined from the bird dove which denotes peace and tranquility. At Dover, we promise peace at all times.

  • 14, Aromire street off Adeniyi Jones by Allen roundabout Ikeja.

Ikeja, which was formally called “Akeja”, was named after a deity of the Awori people of Ota. It was originally settled by the Awori people, and the area was raided for slaves until the mid-19th century. Early in the 20th century it became an agricultural hinterland for Lagos. The opening of the Lagos-Ibadan railway in 1901 and the growth of Lagos as a port transformed Ikeja into a residential and industrial suburb of that city. In the mid-1960s an industrial estate was established, and in 1976 Ikeja became the capital of Lagos state.