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Hotel DewaneKhas Skardu has cosy rooms with a private bathroom and free WiFi in the heart of Skardu City. Featuring an indoor pool, the property also has its own restaurant and provides free private parking...
Easily the best budget hotel in town with clean rooms, good food and manager Mohammad Iqbal, a great source of budget-minded help. This is also the home of Ali Haider, a recommended mountain guide.
A little further from the bazaar and with a similar view of the Indus River to the PTDC, Concordia has good-value standard rooms, though check the mattress for comfort...
This friendly hotel is one of the few in Skardu to remain open year-round. The plush, carpeted rooms are warm and comforting with satellite TV and bathrooms featuring bathtubs and showers...
The cheekily named Hilton is not quite five star and the rooms have deteriorated and are overpriced. Be careful of the switches and wiring if you do stay here.
Unfortunately, the simple rooms, a few doubles with TV, and restaurant are all looking very neglected and unkempt.
The run-down, rather filthy rooms with squat toilet and cold shower make this option a last resort.
The Indus, west of Yadgar Chowk, is a great value midrange hotel with spotless doubles, some with squat toilet and others with sit-down flush toilet...
This hotel, close to Yadgar Chowk, has unexceptional doubles and a restaurant is attached. Not very welcoming to foreigners.
The Mashabrum makes quite a statement in Skardu, especially the impressive lobby with adjoining restaurant and gift shop...
Three kilometres south of the bazaar is the NAPWD Baltoro Resthouse, but public transport is nonexistent.
Most of the rooms are huge and comfortable, though the plumbing is diabolical so check the shower before you settle in...
This skinny, high-rise hotel was being renovated at the time of research and the rooms with TVs should be worth inspecting.
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