Looking for a place to party, or just relax? Lagos has numerous hangout spots perfect for some time out and whether you’re into the high-life or would rather sit down to have coffee with a friend, you’ll find what you’re looking for in this bright and beautiful city.
Visit Lagos and spend some time in one of the best hangout spots. Get soaked in the vibe of the vibrant city of Lagos this weekend and you are guaranteed to have a splendid time. See Jovago’s top list below:
Lekki Leisure Lake, Lekki
Lagos being a city off the coast enjoys the fluttering embrace of the Atlantic Ocean. Fun-seekers can visit the beach and let loose at the banks of the Atlantic Ocean; Lekki Leisure Lake offers that and more. It is one of the many seaside resorts in Lagos but has gained popularity since its inception. Visitors can jet ski in the nearby ocean and quad bike on the sandy beach.
This lakeside resort is one to watch, with an ever increasing popularity that begs the question of what’s so wonderful about spending time at the beach? You’ll find out after an intense wave rushes over your feet as you jet ski in the Atlantic Ocean. The whole family can take a break at the Lekki Leisure Lake with loads of fun rides and amazing food to keep you coming back.
The Jazzhole, Ikoyi
For those who love books, jazz and the finer things of life, The Jazzhole is the place to be. It is a small cafe in the Ikoyi suburb of Lagos with a relaxing atmosphere, exquisitely decorated with books and records of the revered art form that its name beckons. You can go through their collection of classic records and magazines or catch special events and jazz gigs in the evenings. When you’re in Lagos, stop by for coffee and a scone and mellow down to the rhythms of the very best in Jazz music.
Spice Route, Victoria Island
Good food, great music and beautiful people, what more could one ask for to craft the perfect Lagos experience? Spice Route is a bar in Victoria Island that has grown from an exclusive restaurant that serves the party-seekers with a little taste of the action before they set off to a high-activity nightclub to an actual night club. Party goers can be seen still dancing the night away as late as the early hours of the morning. The atmosphere is very inviting with its unique “Buddha Bar” decor that illuminates its surroundings. Natives and foreigners dine and mingle from sunset to sunrise as Spice Route excites its guests with a Lagos experience to die for.
La Mango Restaurant & Bar, Ikeja
Situated in Mainland Lagos, La Mango Restaurant packs a huge punch that attracts both islanders and mainlanders to its ever graceful vicinity. You wouldn’t want to miss the daily specials and a la carte offerings available at La Mango Restaurant & Bar; exotic meals and intercontinental cuisine from Malaysian to American and Nigerian are served along drinks and fine music. Come nighttime, La Mango Restaurant morphs into a buzzing community as the bar comes alive. People stop by to catch their favourite sports shows and have a drink or two by the poolside. It is a great place to just relax when you need some time off with friends.
Escape Night Club, Victoria Island
Get into the groove at Escape Nightclub, Victoria Island, one of the hottest nightclubs in the city. If you’ve had enough of the mellow cooling that the other hangout spots offer, visit Escape Night for the time of your life. It has an effervescent charm akin to that of a Vegas casino but cool enough to draw the attention of the calm and sophisticated. This classy enclave is one for the young and young at heart, providing thrilling experiences that make up the most part of stories told about Lagos.
This article was written by Winifred Ariaroo, Jovago.com
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