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Lekki Miami Beach Resort Celebrates One Year Anniversary

Set out to provide alternative holiday resort in Nigeria for Nigerians and foreigners alike, Lekki Miami Beach Resort (LMBR) Limited has continued to expand, offering value that could be comparable to its peers in other parts of the world.

One year after commissioning, the resort located on Lekki Area of Lagos has provided leisure and comfort for individual and corporate clients who needed to relax after for short vacation and hard work off the city coast.

The vision of the resort is to be a place of ultimate leisure and relaxation comparable to the Miami Beach in Florida U.S.A, Brighton beach in London, England, Monaco in France, Obudu Cattle Ranch in Nigeria.

The management of the Beach said it’s excited by the level of progress made just one year after it commenced operation, and promises improved service and comfort for its customers.

LMBR was officially commissioned on the 29th of November 2014 with a grand opening ceremony attended by the creme de la creme of the society.

LMBR boast of luxurious 32 rooms with a spacious hall to accommodate about 150 seats, well equipped gymnasium, a therapeutic private beach, an Olympic size lawn tennis court, mini golf course, mini football pitch, volley ball, table tennis, beautiful bush bar and many more.

“Our security system comprises of well trained personnel and armed guards on 24 hour basis. We have well trained and cultured staff for prompt service. Going forward, we hope to expand our services to include outdoor. Come to LMBR and spoil yourself with fantastic services second to none and go home a healthier person.”

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