For Solo Travelers or Friends That Want to Share
A Minimalist Gem
$88 per night
We’re biased — Ebi’s place is hands down our favourite Lagos AirBnB. It’s everything it’s supposed to be, nicely done, centrally located, and an awesome host.
Right on the Lekki/Victoria Island border, you’re not going to be able to get a place this nice in such a great location at this price in Lagos.
The pros: Awesome Host, Easy UBER transport, wonderfully decorated
The cons: None at all.
Your Victoria Island HQ
$71 per night
Victoria Island is Lagos’s social and business hub. It is also the place where even a basic 3-star hotel can run you $300/night.
Stanley’s place is an exception, simply decorated with access to a pool he’s a friendly host who loves to make visitors feel welcome in his city.
The pros: Host is excellent, right in Victoria Island
The cons: we can’t find any
Sarah’s Lekki Hideout
$68 per night
The home of “new money” and Lagos’s growing middle class, Lekki is within a 10-15 minute drive of Victoria Island and Ikoyi — a bridge built just a few years back made this connection even easier.
Sarah’s place is a sun-drenched bungalow that even has a backup for its backup generator which is a really big plus in this city. Cosy and thoughtfully appointed it is a perfect place for people who need to be in the mix.
The pros: UBER always near, Consistent Power, Free WiFi
The cons: At rush hour (which is almost all day), getting from Lekki to other parts of the island can be time-consuming.
Rooftop and Chill in Lekki
$70 per night
Dor’s place in Lekki is artfully decorated with African fabrics and tons of great books that are available for you to use while you’re there.
Not far from the beach or the main highways it’s centrally located and always an UBER away from anywhere you need to go. The outdoor terrace is hands down the dopest thing about the house, it’s perfect for relaxing and people watching.
The pros: UBER, central location
The cons: No newfound homies welcome