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    Location of Fraser Suites Abuja

    Nestled among government agencies and embassies, Fraser Suites Abuja’s strategic location in the city center offers guests who travel for business or leisure convenient access to events in Abuja and Abuja tourist attractions, with many at just a short walk or a short drive away.

    ECOWAS Headquarters

    One of the capital’s finest buildings serves as the headquarters of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), established to promote economic integration among its members.

    Supreme Court of Nigeria

    The highest court in Nigeria sits within the Three Arms Zone, and forms part of the three branches of government.

    National Assembly Complex

    The National Assembly Complex, which houses a bicameral legislature, is an eye-catching architectural masterpiece modelled after the US Capitol Building.

    International Conference Centre

    A magnificent edifice in the centre of the capital that is well-equipped to host the biggest and most important global conferences and exhibitions.

    Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)

    The nation’s federal reserve and apex monetary authority is based in the heart of the Central Business District of Abuja.

    Aso Rock Presidential Villa

    The Villa is the official residence and office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

    Millienium Tower

    The Millennium Tower was designed by the world-renowned Italian architect Manfredi Nicoletti, and is part of the National Complex which also includes the Nigerian Cultural Centre.

    Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

    One of the wealthiest organizations in the country, NNPC has its famous headquarters of four towers in the capital’s CBD.

    Le Petit Square

    At the top of Grand Square and with its own terrace, this bar and lounge offers some of the best quality wine and cocktails in the capital along with chilled out music.

    Sky Lounge

    Sky Lounge combines quality food and drinks with a hypnotizing view of the Abuja skyline, making it one of the capital’s most prestigious social scenes.


    For good food savoured along good music in lounge ambience.

    Play Lounge

    The night club with an event hall is popular for its themed parties.

    Moscow Underground

    The lounge-cum-night club is a wonderful blend of music, people and entertainment.

    Ceddi Plaza

    Conveniently located in the centre of the CBD, Ceddi Plaza is a long-time favourite shopping centre with expats and locals alike.

    Grand Square

    Grand Square features a French-style supermarket with an excellent selection of fresh produce, plus a dedicated wine room lined with vintage bottles in wooden boxes.

    Dunes Center

    The Dunes Center complex has a mix of shops and restaurants, including a supermarket that stocks a range of quality products imported from various countries.

    4U Supermarket

    One of the city’s first supermarkets, 4U is well stocked with reasonably priced items, including many Middle Eastern delicacies

    Abuja Farmer's Market

    This little gem in the upscale Maitama district offers a large selection of fresh fruits and vegetables from different parts of the country.

    Wuse Market

    The biggest open market is a great place where you can find almost anything from groceries, fabrics, jewellery to butchery.

    Garki International Market

    A shopping centre with tailoring services, clothing materials and accessories, hardware and food, etc.

    Silverbird Mall

    Centrally located, Silverbird Mall is the perfect place for the latest movies, local and international fashion labels, as well as a variety of entertainment options.

    Jabi Lake Mall

    Abuja’s biggest and best mall featuring the most fashionable brands, food outlets and entertainment right on the waterfront of Jabi Lake.

    Cafe De Vie

    The Bohemian-styled café offers a variety of food and drinks with chill-out music and a floating bar. 

    Johnny Rockets

    An international restaurant chain serving great tasting food from a menu of favourites, including juicy hamburgers and creamy milkshakes.

    Blu Cabana

    A trendy restaurant serving Continental and Lebanese dishes around a beautiful pool and landscaped gardens


    Kentucky Fried Chicken serves its famous recipe of fried chicken at various locations in the capital.

    Duo Restaurant

    New on the scene, this restaurant serves a great selection of Lebanese and Continental dishes in a cosy outdoor setting, along with some of the best Shisha in town.

    Domino’s Pizza

    The famous American pizza restaurant chain right in the heart of the lively commercial district of Abuja.

    Saffron Cafe

    A popular café in the Maitama district, serving good quality coffees and snacks that can be enjoyed on comfy chairs and sofas.

    Hatlab Ice Cream

    This shop is focused on producing and serving premium gelato and fresh sorbets.

    Riverplate Garden

    A relaxed outdoor setting with a great view of Abuja, this secret location offers a large variety of pizzas and cold beers.

    Circles Garden

    Located right opposite the Dunes Centre, this garden is the place to go for sampling local grilled fish and chilled drinks in a laidback setting.

    Cityview Restaurant

    A very popular and friendly local diner serving authentic Nigerian grills presented with an international twist.

    Cold Stone Creamery

    An American ice cream parlour chain that entertains with a show as it serves incredible flavours and a wide variety of mix-in toppings.

    Woks & Koi

    Located in the Silverbird Mall, this upscale Chinese restaurant delivers a contemporary style on traditional Asian cuisine

    Sawadee Thai

    Abuja’s original Thai restaurant serving the most authentic green & red curries in a family-friendly environment.

    Yahuza Suya Spot

    This is the place to be for lovers of traditional Nigerian barbecues and spicy roast chicken.


    The ever-popular Indian restaurant has an open grill at center stage that sizzles with authentic tandoori delicacies.

    Al Basha Palace

    The capital’s most well-known Lebanese restaurant serving traditional mezes and kebabs in very pleasant surroundings.

    Masala Wahala

    An attractive restaurant with an inviting atmosphere serving local Nigerian favourites and a fusion of South Indian dishes.

    Chopsticks Restaurant

    One of the city’s first Chinese restaurants serving a fine selection of oriental cuisine in an elegant and romantic setting.

    Panache Restaurant

    A continental restaurant with ambience and services ideal for fine dining.

    Abuja National Stadium

    The Abuja National Stadium is a large multipurpose sports stadium located at the entrance to the city, and surrounded by extensive sporting facilities.

    Jabi Boat Club

    During weekends and holidays, there are many activities at the lake and surrounding park, from boat rides to dancing competitions.

    The Dome

    The capital’s all-purpose recreational and entertainment hub with facilities such as a 6-lane bowling alley, pool tables, food outlets and private lounge areas.

    Magic Land Amusement Park

    Surrounded by leisure gardens, the amusement park at the entrance to Abuja features exciting games and thrilling rides for all ages.

    Harrow Park Golf Club

    A business, social and dining club where key personalities can network in a prestigious environment that boasts a beautiful golf driving range.

    IBB Golf Club

    The IBB Golf Club is one of the capital’s very exclusive clubs, and is blessed with one of the most beautiful parkland courses in Africa.

    Millennium Park

    The 32-hectare park has beautiful walkways, fountains and night lights that make an ideal spot for relaxation.

    Zuma Rock

    Zuma Rock is a massive 700-meter monolith that rises spectacularly to the north of the Nigerian capital.

    Aso Rock

    Aso Rock is a huge 400-meter natural monolith that forms an omnipresent backdrop to the capital city.

    National Arboretum Abuja

    The arboretum was established to support conservation by protecting the forest and other plant life in their natural condition.

    Pedam Lake

    A truly beautiful and sprawling lake that lies behind the Aso Rock Presidential Villa, and accessible through the Children’s Park & Zoo.

    Gurara Falls

    About an hour’s drive out of Abuja, the waterfalls are one of Nigeria’s most fascinating and popular tourist attractions, and are surrounded by spectacular rock formations and evergreen trees.

    National Children’s Park & Zoo

    Sitting under the shadow of the nearby Aso Rock, the zoo is full of wonderful animals to admire, from elephants and giraffes to monkeys and wild cats.

    Yar’adua Foundation

    The foundation was established by the friends and family of the late Shehu Musa Yar’adua to inspire Nigeria’s future generations with his legacy of service to the nation.

    Eagle Square

    Sited amongst major city landmarks, the Square is used for hosting National Parades, symbolic transfer of governmental power and presidential ceremonies.

    An Noor Mosque

    This beautiful mosque is very well-run and maintained, and features fascinating calligraphy and ornamental ceramic works.

    Abuja Arts & Crafts Village

    Designed in traditional style with thatch-roof huts, the Arts & Crafts Village presents the opportunity to see and buy some of Nigeria’s art and craft works directly from local artisans.

    Millenium Tower

    The Millennium Tower was designed by the world-renowned Italian architect Manfredi Nicoletti, and is part of the National Complex which also includes the Nigerian Cultural Centre.

    National Ecumenical Centre

    One of the largest Christian centres in Abuja, the building is a remarkable piece of architecture.

    National Mosque Abuja

    With its huge golden dome and towering minarets, the Abuja National Mosque is the capital’s most famous and recognizable landmark. 

    Fraser Suites Abuja

    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

      • Supermarket, pharmacy and more - Grand Square Shopping Mall (3 minutes by foot)
      • Supermarket, pharmacy, cinema and more - Ceddi Plaza Shopping Mall (3 minutes by car)
      • Hospital - National Hospital (7 minutes by car)
      • Banks  (2 minutes by car)
      • Embassies and High Commissions
      • Railway Station, under construction (4 minutes by car)
      • Bureau de Change (3 minutes by car)
      • Abuja Central Mosque ( 7 minutes by foot)
      • Millennium Park (5 minutes by car)
      • Silverbird Entertainment Centre (4 minutes by car)
      • Magic Land Amusement Park and Resort (15 minutes by car)
      • IBB International Golf and Country Club (10 minutes by car)
      • Nightclubs (10 minutes by car)
      • Nigerian Arts Culture Centre (local artefacts & cuisine) - 3 minutes’ drive
    • Getting to Fraser Suites Abuja

      By Taxi

      From Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, traveling time is about 30 minutes.  The estimated charge is 4,500 Naira. The hotel also provides individual car transfer upon request.

    • About the City

      Abuja is the new capital city of Nigeria and is located right in the center of the country within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

      Designed by the renowned Japanese architect, Kenzo Tange, Abuja is regarded as the best purpose-built city in Africa. The capital has an excellent road network, modern architecture and a beautiful rolling landscape.

      It is the location of all federal government ministries, major private sector organizations and foreign missions. It is also home to the headquarters of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

      Abuja is served by an international airport and has developed into one of Africa’s most important business and diplomatic hubs. The Central Business District of the capital contains many of the city’s finest landmarks, restaurants, galleries and hotels.

    • Essential Facts about Abuja


      1,728 sqm

      Local time
      WAT (UTC+1)


      English is the official language although Hausa is widely spoken by locals in the FCT.

      Travel visas can be acquired by application to the Nigerian High Commission of the applicant’s country of residence.   An international passport is needed for this process.

      VAT/GST  5%; Service tax 10%.

      Not applicable.

      Business Hours
      Most businesses and shops operate from Mondays to Fridays, between 08:00 to 17:00 hours.

      Eating Out
      A wide variety of options is available from local, Italian, Indian, Lebanese, Chinese and other continental cuisines, including fast food.

      Telephone Network
      9Mobile, Airtel, MTN, Glo.

      Yellow fever vaccinations are mandatory. Others, such as Meningitis vaccine, flu shots, Polio booster, Malaria prescription, Hepatitis A & B vaccines are recommended.

      Voltage: 230V/50Hz

      The climate in Abuja is tropical with 2 weather conditions: the rainy season and the dry season.
      The rainy season is the equivalent of winter in the temperate region, from April to October; and the dry season is the equivalent of summer, from November to March.

      During the dry season, or the Harmattan, there will be dust haze, and intensified coldness and dryness, with a temperature ranging from 25° C to 30°C.

      The annual total rainfall is between 1,100mm to 1,600mm.