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3day visit to abuja. In my view Hotel lobby was noisy and missing the ambience i expected. Seemed too busy in a way i did not like.
breakfast was poor. i did not like the food at all. stew which is a nigerian staple was...More
Chelsea Central Hotel cannot be rated as a whole, because it’s really a mix of extremes in good and bad.
For the good part:
- Some of the staff, at all levels (reception, conferencing, catering) were extremely friendly and helpful. Special note for one of...More
Have stayed at the Chelsea a couple of times; mind you the first time was a disaster...stayed in a room above the bar on a Friday evening (early flight the next morning) and didn't the band just go on and on. The rooms are big,...More
It was a decent experience, the food at the poolside bar was nice. Check-in was however slow as they had to confirm if the reservation was made at their sister hotel. This just took too much time to sort out. I didn't like that the...More
Wow, what a dump. Slow internet, foul rooms, slow service I am just not sure why this hotel is ranked as highly as it is. But perhaps there are worse hotels in town. Just don't stay in them. Go to one of those 35 higher...More
US$148 - US$188 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi I just wanted to know who owns Chelsea Hotel. Is it Bayelsa state government or it is privately run. It is because I read recently that the state government had left the hotel to rot, but then I also read that it is not the government who own it and that the hotel is flourishing. What is what?
12 September 2016|
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Response from Ajibola A | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure the Bayelsa state government runs it. There's a picture of someone who is supposedly the owner/chairman of the hotel. However, I'm sure the hotel management will be in a better position to give an... More
I'm not sure the Bayelsa state government runs it. There's a picture of someone who is supposedly the owner/chairman of the hotel. However, I'm sure the hotel management will be in a better position to give an answer to your question.
From my stay there though, I can tell you that the hotel is certainly flourishing.