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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Azad Muslim Hotel
The cheapest of the cheap in Quetta, the Azad Muslim is particularly popular with Japanese backpackers. Rooms are arranged around a central courtyard, and there's a restaurant with a never-ending pot of dhal...
If you want to relax a little out of town, this secluded and unpretentious retreat is worth considering. Surrounded by towering, barren mountains, the Gardenia has a tranquil, homely personality with pleasant rooms and courteous staff...
Hotel Al Naeem
Rooms around a central courtyard are nicely finished in local marble. Some could be larger, but all are kept clean and tidy. Spot-on for the price, and always busy. There's no restaurant, but the staff can run to room service.
Hotel Bloom Star
The Bloom Star has clean and comfortable rooms but what's drawn travellers here for years are the quiet location and leafy courtyard that's perfect for your morning cuppa or chilling with a paperback - a real oasis in a dusty city...
The wood-panelled lobby and bright painting of Balochis give a good first impression here...
This is a good-value choice, but frequently full to bursting. Rooms and bathrooms are slightly better than average, although front of house rooms overlook a busy junction on Jinnah Rd. The attached restaurant has had good reports.
Rooms here are reasonably good, and you're well located in the middle of Jinnah Rd (although the front rooms cop a lot of street noise). There's a good restaurant serving Pakistani standards that's worth visiting even if you don't stay here.
Opposite the Hotel Deluxe. Rooms here are basic, with a slightly stale air and the occasionally dank bathroom.
A fair enough option - rooms are a bit worn (and have lots of traffic noise) but are just about adequate. Good in a pinch, but you can get more for your money elsewhere in town.
Hotel Qasr E Naz
One of the better midrange options in town, rooms here are large and comfortable, so it's often booked out with local businessmen. Centrally located with attached restaurant; cheaper rooms have fan only.
Another option opening straight onto Jinnah Rd. Rooms are average, and still a little gloomy, but the place seems to have improved slightly since our last visit. An acceptable choice if other midrange hotels are full.
Faded around the edges and overpriced, the rooms and service at Quetta's oldest hotel are decidedly average. Nonetheless, it's a Quetta institution with distinctive old-world charm and a lovely garden...
Qasr E Gul
A consistently good midrange hotel, set a block back from the bustle of the main road. Rooms and bathrooms are clean and well appointed, and the management is helpful. Its location near the sajji restaurants make eating out a quick and easy option.
Quetta's plushest hotel by a comfortable margin, the Serena is unusual among top-end hotels in that it looks like it actually belongs to its surroundings - its design echoes local architectural styles, with Baloch textiles, woodwork and local marble c...
This is another decent budget choice, with rooms around a grassy courtyard that adds a much-needed touch of green...