The Conference Hotel offers 46 guest rooms that include Standard and Executive Rooms, Luxury Suites and Executive Palace Suite for the discerning VIP.
Set within lush gardens and serene walkways, the Conference Hotel is a jewel in the crown of the ancient town of Ijebu–Ode, Ogun State.
Located just 45 minutes drive away from Ibadan metropolis, it is an ideal place for retreats, seminars, training programmes and social events or just to get away for a relaxing weekend and let us spoil you.
Along with a serene environment and hospitality, the hotel’s range of well-furnished rooms are equipped with air-conditioning system, cable TV, writing desk, bedside lamps, internet access etc. Read more at Eli Musli News…
Rooms Facilities (all rooms include)
- A Flat screen television
- Coffee/tea maker, Internet access
- A Sleep-in Couch
- Telephone, Television
- A Reading Desk
General hotel facilities
The Conference Hotel’s multi-purpose hall is the largest of its kind in Ijebu-Ode and environs with a capacity to hold up to 2000 guests.
The hotel also offers smaller meeting rooms that can accommodate 20 – 30 guests or up to 80 people, depending on your needs.
Treat yourself to the best in our local & intercontinental cuisine in the hotel’s indoor and outdoor restaurants and bars.
- Front desk
- Table tennis
- Pool table
- Fitness facilities
- A Restaurant
- A Bar/lounge
- 24 hour room service
- Car park
- Swimming pool
- Internet access
- Fax machine
- Dedicated conference concierge
- Meeting Rooms
- Audio/Visual equipment
The Conference Hotel, Ijebu-Ode
G.R.A. Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.
Telephone: +234 (37)-8778951, +2348076983641
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