Reviews

Lagos

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Guest Reviews

Rates 3 of 5 star

High points: Food taste was good though with few varieties, Lagoon front, ambience, good customer service. Low points: Facilities are not in top shape...

Rates 5 of 5 star

A great place for a get away. The palms surrounding the resort makes the place come alive at night. There are lovely art works around displaying our rich culture...

Rates 4 of 5 star

Lovely time there. Serene environment with loads of attractions. The boat ride was marvelous. Started my (first ever) swimming lessons, played tennis...

Rates 3 of 5 star

Where do i start from, there are enough play ground for kids. The room we used was big enough but could be cheaper, 28,000 naira per night which we were informed it was discounted rate. Food breakfast (noodle or yam and fish sauce or bread and sausage and egg )...

Rates 3 of 5 star

A great place for a get away. The palms surrounding the resort makes the place come alive at night. There are lovely art works around displaying our rich culture...

Rates 1 of 5 star

I saw on google that the resort is pet friendly but sadly it's not. I would say that aspect should be taken out and it be stated clearly that pets not allowed. Was coming in with my Maltese but so sad in Nigeria that most leisure sports are not pet friendly.It's already a turn ...

sandy shade in whispering palms

Honeymoon Package

We enjoyed ourselves when we took the honeymoon package. We got full board rooms (rooms with breakfast lunch and dinner), and access to all the games in the resort. My husband and I tried the two seater bicycle rides and it was so much fun. It took some convincing before I was able to try out the water sport, because I con't swim. Eventually, I got on the craft, with a lot of grabbing and shakky legs. We even went to the private beach the next day.
I got my first massage during this period which was free of course, but my husband was told that its only for the lady. Finally, the tour to badagry historic sites was popping. We got the see the yoruba bible, inside the Nigeria's first story building.
As we were leaving, "Musa" (the parrot) and his family kept making noise. It seams their favourite vocabulary is "olokpa"
Thank you Whispering Palms, I am sure we would be back when we are celebrating one year anniversary.

Adesuwa
Photo Credit: AyoWilliams Photography

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Rates 4 of 5 star

Whispering Palms Hotels and Resort is quiet place to to chill. It's quiet, and for lovers of water bodies, it shares boundary with one. There are a lot of things to do at Whispering Palms...

Rates 3 of 5 star

For Nigerian standard not bad, good view, the prices are over the 🌒. In accordance to the state of property & the services. Again in this area you will enjoy a quiet...

Rates 3 of 5 star

My 2 day stay at the whispering palms was one full of excitement and fun. Met new people and played basketball and table tennis games, rode the lovers bicycle and a little bit of swimming. The building's are old but It's exterior are well looked after....

Rates 3 of 5 star

I am happy the place has undergone a facelift. #Badary #Ajido where the resort is located in is a tourist heaven so I end up visiting with clients multiple times every year and staying at whispering palms. With multiple chalets...

Rates 5 of 5 star

The resort have a view of the ocean.The set up is beautiful with the touch of history. There is also a beautiful fountain,Dj blasting good music,a coconut...

Rates 4 of 5 star

We visited Whispering Palms in early January. We went because I really wanted to visit Badagry and see the heritage museum and point of no return and the resort seemed to be the only "nice" accommodation nearby....