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Hotel Emarat: In Old city Peshawar

Hi,

Peshawar, the city where I was born and bred.

Conservative and religious attitude is common.

Hotel Emarat , my favorite in old city, a few times I used it for my foreign friends, located in the heart of city, Namak Mandi, the famous barbecue street .

You shouldn't told them before check in so things could be sorted out but there are parks like Sher Khan Stadium, Tatara park where still you could meet her.

Good Luck ..

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  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Luxury Travel
  • Written October 29, 2012

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  • Kalashtravels profile photo Kalashtravels
  • Reviews: 35

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Khan Klub: Khan Klub

It is really nice hotel. Its in the heart of the old city. It is easy to walk around and see the atmosphere of the old city. Usually i take tourists to the Khan Klub for lunch, dinner and for over night stay.

Traditional atmosphere, it is 200 years old restored Sikh Haveli (merchant’s house). It is has 7 rooms traditionally decorated with Lapis Stone.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written April 21, 2007

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  • JohnniOmani profile photo JohnniOmani
  • Reviews: 552

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Rose Hotel: One of the best in South Asia

After arriving in Peshawar I was a bit nervous because of the intensity of the city. I have never seen a city in my life that can match its chaotic excitment. Afghan men are everywhere making this type of place not for a rookie traveller. The Rose Hotel is like an oasis in the madness and it was an absolute pleasure to stay there for 3 nights. The staff was really nice and price was unbeatable.

It had an amazing restaurant view and the window was tinted so nobody could see you looking at them or taking photos. Another great thing was the rooms all had toilets and the rooms had English satellite TV including ESPN and National Geographic making it a great option for nightime entertaiment. The final gem about this place was it is a reliable place to set up trips to the Khyber pass as their guide Prince Mahir is a well connected individual. The experience was great!

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written October 13, 2006

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  • leonik profile photo leonik
  • Reviews: 143

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Tourist's Inn Motel: Traveler's Hangout

Not a bad place to stay at all! Has a bakery in front... friendly staff, great place to meet other travelers. Sleep on rope-beds, placed side by side each other, so you're actually sleeping pretty close to your neighbor. I think i'd accidentally kicked the Belgian lady beside me while i slept. Hot, communal showers. Shared kitchen.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written October 25, 2005
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  • mmarcin profile photo mmarcin
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a place opposite the rose hotel: peshawar places to stay

tourist inn in peshawar is not what it used to be- the dirty and crammed dorms are 150 rupees per head, stuff are rude and the only person i met there had his camera stolen there. rose hotel and the hotel opposite (forgot the name) are much better value for money with decent en suite doubles for 400-450 rupees.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written October 1, 2004

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  • Reviews: 169

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Hotel Noor: Hotel Noor, means light, which it isn't

This place is decent, and cheaper than the Rose Hotel, where everyone else seems to stay.
It's only $5, though no hot water, unlike the Rose ($7) where there was hot water one day, but not the next.
THe staff was nice. IT's kinda a macho place, but where isn't in Peshawar.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written October 26, 2003
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P.D.T.C MOTEL: P.D.T.C MOTEL

On group tour, no idea cost.

Plesant motel by the River Indus, bright, pretty setting and garden.This is an old postcard, the motel had been much improved since then, in 1998,

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written September 7, 2002
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Hunza Baltit Inn: Hunza Baltit Inn

No idea , on a small group tour.

A very welcoming inn/hotel, and this is the view from the other side of the valley, so it's almost the same as what you see from the verandah of the inn. Food is superb, and we were waited on like kings.We had a full moon also, so it was like magic.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 26, 2002
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Kashgar Gilgit International...

Kashgar Gilgit International Hotel, in Kashgar.
unknown,was on a bus tour.

Adequate rooms, food okay. The higher up you go, the least likely you are to have hot water.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 26, 2002
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  • jillikins profile photo jillikins
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unsure: Two nights in Tashkurgan

on bus trip, so don't know

They still have the old Russian way of having someone keep the keys, and lock and unlock the door for you. If you are going out, you leave the keys behind. Also, you can get hot water here for the bath, for one hour a day.But it was a very good place to stay, quite up to date for this part of the world.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 26, 2002
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Hotel in Tashkurgan


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Sky Bridge Inn, Sust, K.K.H.: Sky Bridge Inn, Sust, K.K.H.

on group tour, no idea.

Very welcoming, good hot food. As in a lot of these places, the hot water is only on for an hour or so, need to time your shower.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written August 26, 2002
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RIVIERA HOTEL, GILGIT, K.K.H.,...

RIVIERA HOTEL, GILGIT, K.K.H., PAKISTAN
On a group tour, so no idea.

It is in a great position by the Gilgit River, The accommodation is excellent, and the food great, and desserts to die for!!!!!

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 26, 2002
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The Khan Klub: Sleeping in oriental atmosphere

The Khan Klub is also a hotel.
However a very special hotel, it only has 8 rooms and these rooms are all very different and decorated in a high class way.
In fact it are 8 specious 5 star suites.

The building is more then 200 years old.

The rooms :

The Lupis Suite : has a large sitting room, a bedroom and a private bath. This suite has immediate access to the library.

The Spinel Room : has one room and a private bath with an open fireplace, private balcony.

The Morganite Room : a single room, private bath and a 22 feet ceiling, private balcony, room is decorated with antique Russian bowls and filigreed brass lanterns.

The Tourmaline Suite : three levels of carved antique stained glass windows, 22 feet ceiling and a loft for sleeping.

The Topaz Suite : a large sitting room and a second level sleeping abode, large private bath and balcony, fireplace and original oil paintings.

Garnet Room : special rooftop room with panoramic view over the old city and the Frontier mountain ranges.

The Peridot Room : a pleasant room with a 12 feet ceiling, private bath and balcony, view on the walled city of Peshawar.

The Ruby Suite : a two level granite suite with private bath, and sitting area.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Arts and Culture, Luxury Travel
  • Written August 24, 2002
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  • Reviews: 9

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Greens Hotel. Pearl Continental Hotel.: Peshawar's Best

I havent spent a night at these locations but I have heard they provide great service to tourists in terms of the money you are paying. Greens hotel might be a little less expensive than Pearl Continental.

Safe environment, Close to city centres, Good accomodation and food, tourist friendly.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Backpacking
  • Written August 24, 2002
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