There's one hotel at Lagos Airport, the Blue Lodge Hotel (Tel. +234 709 876 6976). Other hotels nearby the airport include the Welcome Centre Hotel (Tel. +234(0)1 271 9254), Havannah Suites and Conference Centre (Tel. +234(0)1 730 0129) and the Sheraton Hotel (Tel. +234(0)1 497 8660).
Shops and restaurants
Lagos Airport (at least the MMA2 terminal) has a reasonable number of eating and drinking facilities. There are seven restaurants with African and international dishes. The number of shops is limited. The souvenir shop with Nigerian jewelry and woodcarving charges high prices. In the city or elsewhere in Nigeria souvenirs are much cheaper.
You cannot store your baggage at Lagos Airport. Porters will force themselves upon you, but be careful: agree on a price and never lose sight of your baggage.
There's an information desk in the Arrivals Hall for questions about the airport. You can also book a hotel here.
Business facilities at Lagos Airport are limited. For this you need to go to the Sheraton Hotel or the Havannah Conference Center (see Hotels). There are also two lounges, the VIP Lounge and the Executive Lounge (for members only, information via firstname.lastname@example.org).
The new terminal MMA2 has good accessibility for the disabled. There are wheelchair ramps and adapted elevators and toilets.
You'll find five banks, exchange offices and ATM's scattered around the terminal. There's also a post office, as well as a First Aid station. Although security measures have been improved with the arrival of terminal MMA2, you still need to be alert at Lagos Airport: people posing as customs officer or airport employees are not necessarily who they claim to be and may have the intention to relieve you from your money (or goods).