Garki is the one of the central districts of Abuja metropolis and you will find different hotels in Garki to suit your need or preference.
Abuja is the capital of Nigeria and has been the seat of government since December, 1991, taking over from Lagos due to the over-population of Lagos and also to spread development inland. Abuja is planned city, built specifically to serve as the capital of the nation. The city is reputed to be one of the few purpose-built capital cities in Africa and it is also one of the wealthiest.
The city accommodates embassies of many countries, even though some maintained their embassies as consulates in Lagos. Garki District is situated in the southwest corner of Abuja, bordered by Asokoro District to the east and Central District to the north. For easy access and movement, the District was partitioned into various units called "Areas 1 to 11. In addition, there is a Garki II, which is different from Garki Area 2.
Garki is reputed to be where development in Abuja actually started. Garki is presently the principal business district of Abuja. Many business organisations are in Garki, such as the Old Federal Secretariat Complex Buildings, General Post Office, the Office of the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, the Abuja Municipal Council Office, the United States Embassy, Abuja International Conference Centre, Garki Shopping Centre, and the headquarters of the Nigerian Armed Forces.
The Radio Houses, which houses the Federal Ministry of Information and Communications, the Nigerian Television Authority, the Voice of Nigeria, the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, are all stationed in Garki. There are many places to visit around Abuja such as Arts and Crafts Village, Chad Basin National Park, XO Lifestyle, Jabi Lake, Eagle Square among others.
Garki District and all other parts of Abuja are expensive to live. Compared to hotels in Abuja, which is actually one of the most of the expensive cities in Nigeria; hotels in Garki are cheaper.