Kaduna state Governor Nasiru El-Rufai will officially unveil the hotel on Monday in a grand ceremony featuring business tycoons and captains of industries.
Governors of Kano, Jigawa, Gombe, Edo, Nasarawa, among others are expected to accompany the Kaduna Governor during the occasion.
The hotel features 32 spacious sophisticated and contemporary guest rooms with plush beddings; with a unique culinary indulgence domiciled inside its 140-seater restaurant that serve both local and foreign inspired cuisine; as well as extensive business and leisure facilities.
Other facilities available at the Stonehedge Hotel include a 500-seater Ahmadu Bello Hall, a 100-seater Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Hall, and six syndicate rooms named after the late Sultan of Sokoto Muhammadu Maccido, late Emir of Kano Ado Bayero, late Marafan Sokoto Umaru Shinkafi, late Shehu Borno Mustapha Elkanemi, Emir of Zazzau Shehu Idris, and the late Chief of Kagoro Gwamna Awan.
There are also business centres, a special lounge for airline crew, a gym and a gazebo sit out for the teeming guests.
Stonehedge Hotels interior is decorated with breathtaking avant-garde art and paintings, all aimed to delight guests with an intimate experience that leaves an unforgettable memory.
Located along the Bank Road by Ahmadu Bello Way and off Sokoto Road, Stonehedge Hotel is less than two minutes drive from the Kaduna State Government House, Sir Kashim Ibrahim House.
The hotel is sandwiched by fascinating facilities such as the new state-of-the art Kaduna Centenary Park, 44 Army Reference Hospital, superstores and also fortified by military formations.
The facility is strategically located to link its esteemed guests to the Kaduna International Airport and Kaduna-Abuja standard gauge railway station in Rigasa.
Stonehedge Hotel is built on a large expanse of land that features a beautifully designed outdoor landscape and enormous parking area for the guests.
The chairman and chief executive of Stonehedge Hotels, Alhaji Hassan Ahmad Danbaba, said his company was delighted with the opening of the hotel brand in Kaduna, which is a dynamic and one of Nigerias booming cities.
This is one of our modest contribution to the tourism sector in Kaduna. With this, we are also complementing Governor Nasiru El-Rufais urban renewal effort of the defunct headquarters of Northern Nigeria.
“Weve seen the sporadic growth of Kadunas GDP in the last five years of Governor El-Rufais administration, and we are determined to contribute our quota towards job creation and excellent service delivery to the people of Kaduna state, the Stonehedge chairman said.