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Mövenpick Hotel Karachi
Boasting 4 dining options, Mövenpick Hotel Karachi features an outdoor pool, fitness centre, free parking and luxurious rooms with city views. Conference and banquet facilities can be arranged, while the friendly staff is available round-the-clock...
Pearl Continental Hotel, Karachi
Located in the commercial centre of south central Karachi, The 5-star Pearl Continental Hotel offers luxurious and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. 6 dining options and an indoor pool await guests...
Karachi Marriott Hotel
Located opposite Frere Hall and Park, the 5-star Karachi Marriott Hotel offers modern and luxurious rooms with a flat-screen cable TV. It features 3 dining options, spa and outdoor swimming pool...
Dreamworld Resort, Hotel & Golf Course
Goth Darya Khān
Set in Pakistan’s largest city of Karachi, Dreamworld Resort is a luxurious amusement resort featuring a spacious water park and various sport activities. Modern rooms are equipped with air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi...
Ramada Plaza Karachi Hotel
Property Location Located in Karachi, Ramada Plaza Karachi Hotel is within the vicinity of NED University of Engineering and Technology and University of Karachi. This hotel is within the vicinity of Pakistan Air Force Museum and National Stadium...
Marriott Karachi Hotel
Property Location A stay at Marriott Karachi Hotel places you in the heart of Karachi, walking distance from Hockey Club of Pakistan and Frere Hall. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of MCB Tower and Mazar-e-Quaid...
Al Bilal Hotel
One of several cheapies on this busy street, this is one of the better budget choices, with small but reasonably good rooms, and fairly basic facilities.
The simple Archaeology Resthouse can be booked through the Directorate-General of Archaeology (%021-4521670, 021-4520638; 27-A Al-Asif Bldg, Shaheed-i-Millat Rd, Karachi). Karachi's PTDC office can also help book it for you.
As befits its name, Avari Towers literally looms over the competition as the tallest hotel in town. It's a fine choice and doesn't skimp on its guests, offering complementary services like mini bars where other hotels charge...
Beach Luxury Hotel
If you want to get slightly away from things, this hotel in a quiet area is worth it for its large grounds and proximity to the sea...
Bloom Luxury Hotel
In a quieter area off Dr Daud Pota Rd, this hotel is a nice choice, sitting cleanly at the top end of the midrange hotels in terms of quality...
Mediocre but certainly cheap, the Chandni offers thinning sheets and slightly grubby bathrooms. Staff are friendly though, and for an extra Rs20 will give you a room with a carpet.
In nearby Larkana, seat of the Bhutto family.
Pretty simple as midrange options go, but reasonable for the price. Nicer 'executive' rooms have a Rs400 premium and air-con, but whichever you go for try to avoid the rooms looking gloomily onto the concrete wall at the back of the hotel.
Hotel De Paris
More of a rock-bottom option - you're a long way from the city of romance with this selection of basic but occasionally airy rooms. A Rs50 premium will get you a TV with as many Urdu soap operas as you can handle.
The dark-wood lobby gives a good first impression here, and rooms are kept clean and tidy. But the lack of windows makes it a bad choice for claustrophobes - only air bricks let in any ventilation or light (and noise).
Stuck halfway between midrange and top end, the Hotel Mehran is a supremely comfortable choice for the price. Having recently undergone a refit, rooms are clean and modern, and there's a good restaurant and some handy shops and a bank in the grounds...
More of the same as the Al-Bilal. Rooms are accordingly simple, but staff roll out a friendly Pashtun welcome to guests.
This hotel is trying to reach into the midrange bracket and is better than initial impressions would imply. Good value for the price, the few rooms with air-con attract a Rs600 premium.
Hotel Sky Towers
An acceptable midrange hotel, although a bit uninspiring and knocked around the edges. Rooms range in quality so see a few before checking. Decent enough to rest in but unlikely to raise any passions.
Rooms here are fairly clean and verging on the comfortable. The entrance is down a side alley rather than on the main street, and the hotel sits above sits above a bakery, making the whole place smell of dough and sweets.
Due to its close proximity of the US consulate, the Marriott has tighter security than most hotels you would have visited...
This tall hotel has rooms with views looking over Saddar while rising above the worst of the street noise. Rooms are larger than average and fairly comfortable - good value for the price...