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It can be untouched by mass tourism, but Pakistan still knows how to put travellers up in style. From international chains and palatial residences to exquisite little boutiques, there is no shortage of choice when it comes to Pakistan hotels. The country’s largest cities are all thriving accommodation scenes. There are some options to suit every budget in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, which is well worth its visit to the Faisal Masjid mosque and the mouth-watering collection of dhabbas (small restaurants) that its streets line. The city is in the south and is more geared toward the tourism – the allure of its sandy beaches and the many of the hotels here overlook the sea. Romantic-Hotels-Sogno-di-Giulietta Hospitable Lahore is the cultural center of Pakistan, thanks to historic highlightings such as the Badshahi Mosque, the ancient Walled City and Jehangir’s grave. Accommodation here is the luxury end of the scale, but there are cheap Pakistani chains and backpacker-friendly hostels to choose from. The north-west is the second-highest mountain and one of the longest glaciers outside the polar regions, the northern region of Gilgit-Baltistan should be on every traveller’s bucket list. Stay here to drink in the beauties of the Indian Ocean, visit the Hunza Valley of the welcoming villages and find endless unclimbed mountains and secret lakes.
There are few chains in this remote area, but you will find some of the cosiest and cheapest Pakistan accommodation in the north – think traditional guesthouses, beautiful mountain lodges and beautiful villages above beautiful villages. Head south-west from the mountains to explore the frontier town of Peshawar and the unacceptable trekking routes around the Khyber Pass. Car Hire Hotels Flights Travel Insurance the Dunes South of Lahore is the southern Punjab with its smattering ancient forts, shrines and tombs. This is the gateway to the 27,000-square-kilometer Cholistan Desert, which is across the border of India and Pakistan. Riding camels to desert villages, meeting nomadic tribes and visiting the spectacular 18th-century Derawar Fort are among the highlights here. There is a small selection of Pakistan hotels near Bahawalpur, but head two hours north to bustling Multan for a greater choice. This attractive riverside city is famous for its ancient fort and the 11th-century Sufi shrine of impressive collection. Beach breaks Looking for a beach holiday with a difference? Make a beeline for the Sindh province, where luxury Pakistan hotel resorts are up-to-date with swathe South Asia’s most beautiful beaches. Some of the poshest options overlook Karachi’s Clifton beach,
But if you are head west or east of the city then the prices drop while the scenery falls. Red-sand-beach the ‘huts’ en-route to the Manora Island’s butterscotch sands offer some of the cheapest accommodation out there – although the facilities are as basic as they come. There are more luxurious family huts on offer around Karachi Beach and a few more mid-range options towards the remote Nathiagali beach.
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