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The Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group has opened its second hotel in Lagos, increasing its footprint in Nigeria to three hotels. 

The new Radisson Blu Lagos Ikeja hotel is close to Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Ikeja, the capital of Lagos State. It is near the Mobolaji Bank Anthony Highway, which links it to the rest of Lagos. 

The 155-room hotel offers both standard and business-class rooms, and also includes two- and three-bedroom loft suites. There is free WiFi throughout the hotel and a conference and eventing facility includes a ballroom, a 400-guest conference room, and six meeting rooms with an adjoining business centre. 

The food and drinks offering is extensive and offers local and international cuisine in various restaurants, cafés and business-class lounges. 

Leisure facilities include a swimming pool and fully equipped gym. 

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