It's a good hotel, our stay there was really good & memorable, views from there were good
No unique quality was found except a view of Rakaposhi from it's lawn.
stay in Hunza valley is best suited in Karim Abad. one can easily get hotel for 2 , 3 or 6 beds. 3 beds room in a normal hotel is available for 10$ per night. Food is v good here. specailly one should get food from the hotel restaurant where staying as its good and cheaper.
We stayed in a such normal hotel for 10$ per night it was 3 beds room.
Baltit Inn is located in prime location of town Karimabad.with 20 rooms & elegant dining room.The Inn is situated on a sloping hill of 6 acres, facing the valley. While sitting in its verandas one can see Ulter peak (7510 mtr.), lady finger and famous Baltit Fort (770 years old) on its right and on its left the Mount Rakaposhi, Diran peak, Nagar valley and the Hunza river.Behind the hotel the historical Samarqand Cohal (water channel 200 years old and 10 kilometer long) running with ice-cold glacier water, with poplar trees lining the channel...
The hotel has great view of mountain world one can have a glimpse of Ladyfinger peak,Utar mountain & Rakaposhi etc.& it serves great food too......
This is Old Hunza Inn and it was some of my smelly t-shirts hanging over there. If you enlarge the picture, there are countless layers of snow mountains, they are mostly over 6500 meters. Karimabad town is located here surrounded by them, never worry, everywhere is photogenic.
Karimabad is everywhere surrounded by this kind of sceneries landscapes, no need to worry your hotel has no breathtaking view, everywhere is breathtaking view.
Our dormitory room of Old Hunza Inn, it cost 50R each person = 0.84 US Dollars. Definitely cheap room, it has a bathroom without water, so we make sure we shut the bathroom door very tight, otherwise the smell was strong sharp at night, other than no water, everything was fine, for that much of money.
It is a moderately priced hotel with clean rooms and a nice view of the surrounding moutains in Karimabad.
Nice View from the rooms and from the garden of the mountains.
Just a basic accomodation, there is a restaurant and you can buy something to drink. This place in old Sust is a lot nicer than staying in New Sust (Afiyatabad) where you see all the Chinese-Pakistani tradeshops. After we woke up in the mornings we really enjoyed sitting outside overlooking the valley with large bushes of lavender around us, sipping our tea.
A very good hotel, which is located some way from the Gilgit City (about 6 km) and about 3 km from the Karakoram Highway. The hotel has all the ingredients of a very good 4-star hotel including tennis courts and gift shops. There is also a Business Centre and good Restaurants.The most thrilling spectator sport in Gilgit is polo. Here you can witness the drama of local polo tournaments and the annual Gilgit Polo Festival. If you enjoy outdoor or athletic activities, you will have a choice between fishing, trekking jogging and tennis in Gilgit's picturesque surroundings. The Kashgari Bazaar and China Trade Center offer a large variety of carpets, silk and porcelain mostly from China. Local textile, handwoven cloth and handicrafts are widely available. The Gilgit Serena Hotel also has a sister hotel in Hunza called the Hunza Baltit Inn.
Set in six acres of rugged landscape, surrounded by legendary mountains, Gilgit Serena Hotel offers breathtaking views of snowcapped peaks in the Himalayan mountain rangeGilgit Serena offers its guests a wide selection of local and continental delicacies at the Dumani Restaurant ... together with the scenic sights of the valley and the surrounding mountains.
The full-service Jutial Lounge serves light meals throughout the day and fresh fruit juices, soft drinks, tea and coffee, cocktails, wines, spirits and liqueurs. Theme nights in the Jutial Lounge and campfire night with a barbecue dinner and local dance and music provide interesting choices to the discerning palate. Oh by the way, you need to have a special permit to buy or drink alcohol in Pakistan which is allowed for non-Muslim foreigners only. Contact your embassy officials.The hotel also offers many recreational opportunities like a badminton court, board games, vast gardens and a children's play area.
The hotel is not for very luxurious people but it is pretty suitable and good enough to stay here for an average traveller.The PTDC Motel offers comfortable rooms with its excellent restaurant (serving both local and western cuisine) and the fairy tale view of Rakaposhi Peak on a moonlit night. The Motel also offers Rent-a-Jeep, Telephone, Dish Antenna and Laundry facilities.
Ninety Kilometer and 2-½ hours traveling time from Gilgit, lies Ganesh, directly under Karimabad, the principal town of the Hunza valley. Spreading over the mountain, opposite the world famous Rakaposhi Peak in Nagar across Hunza, Karimabad is renowned for the Altit and Baltit Forts, built by the rulers of this former princely state.
The panoramic view of the KKH and the valley of Nagar across the river, PTDC Motel situated in its very center, is absolutely stunning. From the PTDC Motel one can take a day’s trip to Nagar valley overlooking the magnificent Hoper Glacier. The village of Passu adjacent to the Passu Glacier can also be visited in a day’s trip
This is a beautiful hotel in the Hunza Valley. Hotel Darbar Hunza is owned and operated by the Mir and Rani of Hunza (Mir Ghazanfar Ali Khan and Rani Atiqa Ghazanfar). This hotel was constructed in 1996 and consists of 40 well-facilitated rooms with each room possessing a splendid view of the entire Hunza Valley, especially of Mt Rakaposhi from its roof.
The rooms are spacious and good. The service is excellent too. Darbar Hunza has been conceptualised in its design as a true representative of the local culture and heritage of Hunza. The woodwork along with its design depicts the age-old craftsmanship which is unique to Hunza.
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