Our hotel near the Port Harcourt Polo Club is within easy reach of numerous places of interest, such as the monument to King Jaja, raised in the honor of the founder of the country of Opo. A stone’s throw from here, the New Market stalls, in the Borokiri neighborhood, will be perfect to provide you with an ample amount of crafted souvenirs during your stay in Port Harcourt. Continuing your walk along Bonny Street, you’ll get to the Rex Lawson Cultural Center. Equipped with a stage and auditorium, this recently-inaugurated creative space foments the promotion of the region’s arts and customs. Another unmissable site in Port Harcourt is the Rivers State Museum, revealing the cultural diversity of the Niger delta through its rich collections of masks, engravings and antiques. To get away from the urban bustle, head towards the zoo, located in the east of the city.