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This conspicuous hotel has wonderful views from the lobby, restaurant and roof down the valley...
The best feature here is the quiet garden where you may be able to negotiate a camp site, as well as a few basic rooms that are adequately clean and habitable.
This hotel was recently refurbished and is looking splendid with lots of carved wood softening the concrete construction. Both standard and deluxe rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable...
This is one of the original hotels in Hunza and the friendly owner is happy to show you the one-room original Hunza Inn and the original travellers' menu. The rooms vary but overall are good value.
Hill Top, with its wide verandas and manicured garden, has a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. The rooms with views are good value and so is the restaurant...
The small rooms have new bedding which makes them better than the average, but the precarious stairways don't impress, neither do the tiny bathrooms...
Situated below the telephone exchange, Hunza View has rooms with satellite TV and valley views and, with its souvenir shop, is geared for groups. It has a good restaurant, but presents a long uphill walk to the bazaar.
Word of mouth up and down the KKH keeps this little place humming even in the lean shoulder seasons. Rooms are simple but clean and comfortable with bathrooms with hot water...
The attractive and low-key Hunza Baltit Inn is managed by the very professional Serena Hotels group...
The Karimabad's new rooms overlooking the NAPWD resthouse are good value with great views and working plumbing. The owners are friendly and the restaurant is OK.
Rooms are reasonable and the food OK. The best feature is the sunny patio with fine views of the mountains above and the street life below.
The spartan rooms have bathrooms with hot water. It's centrally located with a restaurant upstairs and a good hot-snack café downstairs.
The friendly staff at Mulberry Inn keep the basic, fan-cooled rooms very clean and campers can enjoy a hot shower. There's an OK restaurant and a rooftop barbecue in summer...
The Rainbow is not welcoming, with glum rooms with bathrooms upstairs and even gloomier rooms downstairs that share a bathroom.
A basic option, you should inspect the room and the plumbing before settling in.
Has a warren of rooms, some better than others, around a quiet courtyard garden. It's worth inspecting a few and making an offer. The restaurant can be good, with Hunza specialities made by arrangement.
The comfortable double rooms with balcony have great views and satellite TV; the budget rooms are not as appealing. There's a decent multicuisine restaurant and a rooftop with views and occasional barbecues.
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