Perfect place for extended stay

Room in boutique hotel hosted by Tersoo

15 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 private bathroom
Wifi
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Self check-in
Committed to Enhanced Clean

All about Tersoo’s place

Our Studios are perfect for a long stay in Abuja. Perfect place to relax and rejuvenate after a hard day of work. At 40 m2 the Studio offers all the facilities and amenities travellers could require. A king size bed, allergy free and eco friendly duvets and pillows, kitchenette, working desk, armchair, free high-speed WI-FI internet, flat screen TV with news, sports and entertainment channels and many other details that provide an extra level of comfort that makes it perfect for the long stay.

The space
We offer tranquility in the middle of Abuja. Free WiFi and laundry and of course the Nordic Feeling.
Should you be in need of a meeting space we also have this available at affordable rates.

Places for sleeping

Bedroom 1
1 double bed, 1 sofa

What this place offers

Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV
Air conditioning
Garden
Hair dryer
Dedicated workspace
Long-term stays allowed
Security cameras on property
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria

When getting around in Abuja, we advise you to hire a car for the day. We will be happy to assist you in finding a good car and driver that can take you around Abuja. Click here for more information.

Should you chose to find your own way, we advise you to always take a green taxi with white stripes during your stay in Abuja and make sure to negotiate before getting in the taxi. Be aware that many of the green cars are quite old and might not live up to your private standards of a car. The prices are between 300 – 800 Naira depending on the length of the trip.

Coming to Abuja for the first time you will experience many interesting things, see scenarios you probably would not see in your home country and hear words you have not heard before. Whether you choose a hired car or a green taxi you should always be cautious when photographing – especially official buildings, officials or the like. A rule of thumb is to ask before photographing to be on the safe side. Like the most of us, European, American, Asian or African, we all like seeing our picture, so a another rule of thumb is to ask if the person you have photographed wants to see the picture. Nigerians are lovely people and are very friendly, so don’t worry.

Cultural Differences
A little knowledge does not take up any space in your suitcase, so reading up on Nigerian business and social habits is time well spent in order to avoid any misunderstandings if you come from a culture which is very different from Nigeria. In general, Nigeria is a fantastically interesting country with 3 large ethnicities. Igbo (south-east), Hausa (north) and Yoruba (south west). The country is predominantly Christian and Muslim. Nigerians are very polite people and formal when they meet others. Be prepared and take your time when greeting someone. Ask about the person’s health as well as his/her family’s health.
English is the first language for most Nigerians, but pidgin English is widely used and can be difficult to understand. Any major cultural differences can of course lead to embarrassing and unnecessary situations which can be avoided with a little prior knowledge.

In Case of Theft
One of the most common crimes experienced by travellers around the world is bag snatching and the theft of cash/credit cards etc. Unfortunately, Abuja is no exception. Pickpockets often work in groups in crowded areas like the open markets where we do not advise you to go.

Should you experience the unfortunate situation of getting robbed, stay as calm as possible and do as you are told. Hand over your money and any other valuables without protesting. If you have been robbed, you should contact your country’s embassy or consulate in Abuja as soon as possible.

Hosted by Tersoo

Joined in February 2020
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During your stay

24 hours
    To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.

    Things to know

    House rules

    Check-in: After 3:00 pm
    Check out: 12:00 am
    Self check-in with building staff
    Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
    No smoking
    No pets
    No parties or events

    Health & safety

    Committed to Airbnb's enhanced cleaning process. Show more
    Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
    Carbon monoxide alarm not reported Show more
    Security camera/recording device Show more
    Smoke alarm

    Cancellation policy