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ANSWERING a need for exclusive executive boutique accommodation in Nigeria’s city hubs, the Mantis Group together with Grand Towers Plc, the owners of the hotel, are at an advanced stage with developing the first luxury boutique hotel in the capital, Abuja.

Grand Towers Plc and The Mantis Group, under the management of Patrick Shorten, plan to develop over a dozen luxurious boutique properties, starting with Abuja then moving into Lagos and other frequently visited cities and locations within the country. The first hotel is due to open on October 1 to coincide with Nigeria’s Independence Day celebrations.

As each hotel is completed, the Mantis Group will market and manage the properties, making use of their global sales, marketing and PR offices in the key source markets of the world, such as the UK, US and Europe.

Grand Towers is now a member of The Mantis Group, which is a member of the Preferred Boutique Hotels.

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