Equity Resort Hotel (formerly known as Gateway Hotel) is a top class resort and hotel located in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State. The resort is designed for the discerning travellers and the hotel offers fine dining in elegant surroundings while the secure location ensures peace and comfort.
Equity Resort Hotel is just about 60 minutes from Lagos, and it offers quality services with their exclusive rooms and suites. The resort is also equipped with a pool bar and fitness facilities – perfect for business, romance or just get-away weekend.
The hotel’s location in a peaceful and conducive environment added values to the outstanding services offered to their guests.
Pick up can be arranged with the hotel by taxi from anywhere you call from within or outside Ijebu-Ode
Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Eurocard
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Equity Resort Hotel has 100 elegantly and tastefully furnished rooms and well-equipped with modern facilities such as LCD TV, spilt unit air conditioners, orthopaedic spring beds, tea/coffee makers in all rooms, personal electronic safes, IDD telephone lines, mini bar for your drinks, intercom etc.
St. Peters Cathedral
St. Peters Cathedral is the first ever church to be built in Nigeria by the British Missionaries when they arrived at Abeokuta. The Cathedral being in its original form, serves as a place of worship as well as a religion monument.
Ebute Oni Tourist Beach Resort
Ebute Oni is the waterfront to the small village of Oni, Ijebu Waterside, towards the southern sector of Ogun State on the Lekki lagoon. Ebute Oni is on a low-lying area below 30m above sea level which was founded by fishermen. The resort presently has four chalets to house prospective visitors.
Abeokuta Central Mosque
Located just a stone throw from Olumo Rock, the central mosque where the city’s Muslims population worship, is one of the earliest mosques to be built in Ogun State and this beautiful mosque can be clearly spotted from atop the Olumo Rock.
Ojude Oba Festival
In Ijebu-Ode, this is an annual festival usually held two days after the Ileya (Eid-El-Kabir) festival while the Ojude Oba festival of Ijebu-Isiwo is usually held three days after the Eid. It is a festival whose main purpose is for the people of Ijebu to come together as one to honour the traditional ruler and it is regarded as one of the biggest in West Africa.
A 100-mile-long wall and moat whose construction is believed to have began a millennium ago. It has been termed as the Africa’s largest single ancient monument by a British archaeologist who discovered it. The monuments is situated just a few miles away from Olumo Rock. Read more
This is an historical palace that showcases the preserved cultural heritage of Abeokuta city and Yoruba people in general. It’s particularly famous for its heavy concentration of antiquities and relics. Also, there are other places of interest within and outside the city.
The Olowu Palace
The old Owu is an historic town in old Oyo Kingdom. Owu king was a powerful and fearful king who collected tribute from the Bariba, the Borgu and had ruled over old Oyo until the reign of Sango. Owu people later migrated from the old Owu and settled within Abeokuta metropolis and its royal palace (Olowu Palace) houses lots of historical monuments.
Lisabi Sacret Forest
This is a sacred forest bounded in the west by Ogun River and in the south by Tegbelu stream. It is a thick rainforest with high population of various kind of birds and endangered animals.
This is where local artisans and traders enjoy haggling over price just as much as the customers like to find a bargain. The famous market is the centre of the indigenous Abeokuta industry of tie-and-dye, locally known as Adire. Adire crafters are usually women – both old and young!
Omo Forest Reserve
In its undisturbed form, the reserve lies within a tropical lowland rainforest and it has the most complex and productive vegetation type in the country. It is estimated that the forest supports about 8,000 species of plants. Read more
Olumo Rock, Abeokuta
This is the most spectacular and popular attraction in Ogun State. The rock used to provide sanctuary for the people as well as a vantage point to monitor the enemy’s advance leading to eventual triumph in the eighteen century inter-tribal wars. Read more
Hill Top Golf Resort
The ‘Hill Top’ is a tourist resort consisting of a straight 18 hole golf course. The resort is a good spot for golfers to enjoy wooded countryside scenic fairways with surrounding rolling hills which give a masterpiece of harmony between man and nature. Within the environment is a lake for boat cruising and fishing.
Saam Health Farm and Holiday Resort
Abeokuta Museum, Abeokuta
Madam Tinubu Shrine
Osuuru Spring Water, Imeko
Centenary Hall, Ake Abeokuta
Along Chris Ogunbanjo Way,
Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State
Telephone: + +234-8056063892, 01-7307818
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