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Ishakool Hotel Abuja Hosted Bloggers and Influencers in Abuja


Sunday December 16, 2018 the management and staff of the Ishakool hotels hosted online influencers drawn from the services of the Login Bloggers Africa - an Influencer marketing company in Nigeria.

They took the 5-Man team to see all the hotel facilities, events happening as well as experience their hospitality and cuisine. This is in an effort to encourage patronage and show off their quality services to members of the public.


Ishakool hotels is located in Kaduna and Abuja. The Abuja hotel has a remarkable double view penthouse largely patronised for events and getaways.

Tucked away at the Oke Agbe street part of the Ladoke Akintola Boulevard in Garki 2, Ishakool with 4 room sizes, an exquisite bar, penthouse, laundry and restaurant is commendable. Speaking to the co-founder / Chief Operating officer of Login Bloggers Africa, Enobong Inyang, he said "We were excited to be invited with our team of bloggers and influencers to see and experience the warmth, friendliness and serenity that the Ishakool hotel is known for. We commend them for quality service and hope that the reviews by bloggers will attract more of their target customers."

The hotel is affordable and we hope it continues to provide the unmatched hospitality that Abuja, Nigeria's Federal Capital city is known for.

Contact: www.ishakoolhotels.com @ishakoolhotels 

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