Monday, 6 March 2017


Ado-Ekiti is a city in south-west Nigeria where the popular Afe Babalola University is situated.
So somehow I was on a "serious business" to this State known for yam, cassava, etc farming and after the main deal I decided to have a little bit of fun and i was taken to the popular Prosperous Royal Hotels and Resort Centre just to prove to me that Ado-Ekiti is no where near Ibadan(The third most populous City in Nigeria o). 
Oh well...It is a nice place but i don't want to be the only judge on this you know?:-) However, i will still give you all an insight on what the place is like.
Prosperous Royal Hotels & Resort Centre is located at Prosperous Royal Avenue, Km 4 Iworoko Road, Opposite Bawa Housing Estate,State University Road, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State. It is just along the express, you can't miss it.
You can visit this resort centre with beautiful structures and environment alone but more fun with your friend(s) or family.
They have a section where kids can play and swim. Different bars, night club, hotel accommodation, confectionary bakery, you can have an indoor or outdoor birthday party there with friends, there are different DJ's, etc. Their Staff were very polite and neatly dressed as at the time of visit. They also sell all kinds of food,snacks,drinks - except that they didn't have my favourite(a drink that starts with zero - aint doing no adverts without money,etc.
Prosperous Royal Hotels & Resort Centre is really  a place to go when bored or just to while away time. The view is so serene and most importantly, the security there is a 100% - no jokes because they had enough men manned at the gate and within the premises so you have nothing to worry about.
If you love to swim, you can go along with your swimsuits if you don't mind.
Have you ever been to Prosperous Resort Centre, feel free to tell us what your experience was like.
Meanwhile, is there a place you have been to of recent and would like others to visit? Hit us up on with few captions and pictures for onward publishing so others can have a feel of it as well.


Olisa Mbanefo said...

Hey First Lady! This is beautiful and colourful. I've been to Ekiti State a couple of times and have never heard of this place. I'll surely locate it when next I visit.
Meanwhile, have I told you that you write very good? Just did. You've always had a way with words. Keep this up okay.

Adewoyin Esther said...

Thanks a lot Olisa, this is soul lifting. The Spot is actually in Ado-Ekiti the state capital, you should visit.

opoola ahmed said...

Definitely a place to visit.