In this article, we\’d be seeing a comprehensive review of Rento Hotel Owerri; including its price, owner and how to book a room. Rento Hotel Owerri is no doubt, one of the best hotels in Owerri, and Imo State as a whole. A visit to the hotel exposed me to what I can describe as \’A Home Away From Home.\’ Situated in a prime location, in the capital city of Owerri, the five-star hotel is designed to meet the needs of modern travellers.
The hotel features 83 luxurious rooms and suites with stylish furnishings, smart in-room technology and entertainment and plenty of space to relax or work during your stay.
Rento Hotel is located at Plot F/27 Housing Area B, New Owerri, Owerri.
It offers visitors:
- Full buffet breakfast
- Personalised concierge assistance
- Double room
- Valet parking for guests
- Lounge, karaoke bar and restaurant
Rento Hotel Owerri Price
The prices of rooms in Rento Hotel vary, ranging from ₦35,000 for single rooms with king-size beds to up to ₦180,000 for the Presidential Suite.
The pricing is as follows:
Presidential Suite – ₦180,000 per night (+taxes and fees)
This is the most spacious in Rento Hotels. It is about three times the size of the standard room and has a lounge and bar area, dining area, large screen TVs, and a luxurious bathroom with a stand-up shower.
Rento Exclusive Suite – ₦110,000 per night (+taxes and fees)
The Exclusive suite is tastefully designed with comfort and a lot of room for a family or families with kids who wish to stay together. It has two master king beds, a round table with chairs for relaxation, an amazing bathroom, and a coffee or Tea maker for early birds.
City View Suite – ₦90,000 per night (+taxes and fees)
The City view suite comes with exquisite design and finishing plus extra space for relaxation and comfort. It also comes with a walk-in bathroom and shower.
Alcove Suite – ₦48,000 per night (+taxes and fees)
This is where design meets luxury. With warm and careful furnishes all throughout the room, you will feel nothing but fulfilled staying in this room. It also comes with a separate bathroom and shower, and a city view that’s unforgettable.
Deluxe Room – ₦42,000 per night (+taxes and fees)
The Deluxe Suite was also designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. It comes with a walk-in bathroom and a standup shower. Best for couples who are enjoying a getaway together.
Rento City View Room – ₦52,000 per night (+taxes and fees)
The City view suite is Rento\’s main room with all of the comfort and design in one. With its nice bathroom and shower, separate sitting area for relaxation or meeting, and a view of the city, this is a self-contained room for anyone requiring extra space.
Standard Room – ₦35,000 per night (+taxes and fees)
The Standard room is one of the most affordable rooms in Rento hotel. This doesn’t mean it’s not equipped with all the necessities a luxury room should have. Everything in the standard room was specially selected to make sure it stands out from the other rooms.
Rento Classic Room – ₦50,000 per night (+taxes and fees)
The Rento Classic room is also one of our most affordable rooms in the hotel. Equipped with a single King size bed, a walk-in bathroom and shower, and a view of our wonderful city, a small desk with chair.
NOTE: The prices were gotten from the hotel\’s official website (rentohotels.com) and could be changed at any point. I recommend you check the website for more information as regards updated pricing at each point in time.
Who is the owner of Rento Hotel – Chief Chika Emenike Biography
Rento Hotel is owned by Imo State billionaire, Chief Chika Emenike. He is also the owner of Kotec Group of companies with subsidiary companies such as; Tummy Tummy Foods Ltd (makers of Tummy Tummy Noodles and Events Table Water); Kotec Industrial Company Ltd, producers of Kotec bricks, Kotec and Chitec brands of motorcycle spare parts; Regime Energy Service Ltd, Mangroove foods, etc.
Chief Chika Emenike was born on 23rd July 1969 in Amanator Ozuakoli Urualla in Ideato North Local Government Area in Imo state. He was born in the family of the late Chief and Mrs Alexander Emenike.