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Pearl Continental Hotel, Peshawar
Centrally located in the heart of the city, the 5-star Pearl Continental Hotel, Peshawar offers 4 dining options and an outdoor swimming pool. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi and free parking on site...
An old Peshawar favourite, Green's is a reliably comfortable place to lay your head. Rooms are clean and modern (with fridge and satellite TV), and there's a pleasant covered atrium with easy chairs to relax in, as well as a good restaurant...
Hotel Al Haq
Friendly management make up for the rooms in this hotel on a noisy bazaar road lined with car workshops. Rooms are fine but nothing special, which goes for most of the cluster of cheapies also along this road.
If you fancy neither the hustle of Saddar or the Old City, this hotel, closer to the fancy shops (and a few restaurants) of University Rd, might be for you. The Grand's rooms are spacious and comfortable, with good fixtures and fittings.
A lively budget choice, with a mixed bag of rooms. See a few before checking in as some rooms are very cramped while others have spluttering plumbing.
New Mehran Hotel
Firmly occupying the simple and male-orientated part of the budget spectrum, rooms here open onto a multilevel courtyard that improves the airiness of the place and keeps the street noise down.
Park Inn Hotel
The exterior and lobby of this hotel are slightly glitzier than the rooms here, but they're still not bad for the price. They're certainly spacious enough, though - many have their own lobby/sitting room, while bathrooms comes with bathtubs.
Pearl Continental Hotel
Peshawar's big international hotel, flush with businessmen on expense accounts. The rooms are as comfortable and fully appointed at this level, while you're further served by three restaurants, pool and a handful of shops...
The single rooms here are poky but the doubles are bearable. Rooms are pretty clean but check the bathrooms to be sure.
Deservedly popular Old City option, this corner hotel has a variety of rooms of shapes and sizes, some with air-con. Staff are helpful and can arrange guides and the restaurant has reasonable food...
Peshawar's budget hotels often offer you clean and gloomy or grimy with lots of natural light. The small rooms at the Shan lean towards the former.
A decent Saddar hotel that keeps you close to the action. Rooms are good for the price, although, those at the back are lacking in natural light. No restaurant, but you can send out for good room service breakfasts...
Tourists Inn Motel
Once a backpackers' institution, listless management means this open-plan hotel has left its glory days far behind...