Apr 13, 2020 - Apr 14, 2020

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Where to stay in Islamabad

To many people, Islamabad is a city of tranquility. The capital of Pakistan offers a lush and beautiful landscape with the rolling Margalla hills and calm water lakes offering a soothing contrast to life in a major city.

For those looking to discover Islamabad’s historical treasures, there are more than enough things to log in the travel itinerary. The Pakistan Monument and the Faisal Mosque are architecturally appealing while the Islamabad Museum and The Museum of Natural History house remarkable artefacts from some of the world’s earliest civilizations.

Natural attractions such as Rawal Lake view point and the tourist resort of Pir Sohawa are also worth visiting for their stunning views. Visitors driving to Pir Sohawa will enjoy a break at Daaman-e-Koh, which offers a peaceful stop surrounded by the Margalla hills and panoramic views of the city.

For shoppers, there are plenty of local and international brands on offer in a variety of shopping outlets including the Centaurus Mall, which also features a cinema as well as the charms of Fun City, a mix of attractions and rides that appeal to all ages.

Getting around Islamabad is easy enough with taxis being the best option. Travelers should negotiate the fare before starting a trip, while opting for a round-trip fare is often preferable. Buses are also available but often crowded and visitors can also opt for horse-drawn tongas, auto rickshaws and bicycle rickshaws.

Islamabad City Center Hotels

1. Islamabad Serena Hotel

A luxury hotel set in six acres of landscaped gardens at the foot of the Margalla hills, the Islamabad Serena hotel combines traditional local design and styling with the latest state-of-the-art technology and facilities.

2. Hotel Crown Plaza Islamabad

A mid-range option for those visiting the Pakistan capital, the Hotel Crown Plaza is tastefully decorated and equipped with all the necessary amenities for both the business and leisure traveler.

3. Bella View Lounge

Located close to the Allama Iqbal Open University, the Faisal Mosque and the National Monument, the Art Deco-style Bella View Lounge is a less expensive choice of accommodation in the heart of the city.

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Gul Aneer
Gul Aneer

It was a great trip. I would recommend Munal and Daman e kooh (central part of mountain)

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Saqib Malik

Amazing extremely beautiful city in the middle of green mountains, natural sceneries and modern architecture. Here the world come for peace and relax their minds.

Lisa Ubaid
Lisa Ubaid

We beautiful and soul inspiration to be a better person, the family's are so close. So much to see the great mosque, shopping for days spicy food everywhere in everything great experience I am going to go back again love it there.

Syed Hassan
Syed Hassan

If you are visiting Pakistan, Islamabad is best place to go, Green,lush, moderate weather and many places to eat and dine.


The least expensive month is March, with an average of AED 135 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Islamabad is June, with an average price of AED 216 per night.
The average price of a hotel in April last year was AED 167 per night. This is 5% less than the average nightly price of AED 177 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Islamabad, the expected average temperature in April is 23.3°C/73.9°F. The warmest month is typically June, which averages 38.1°C/100.6°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 3.8°C/38.8°F.
The nearest airport to Islamabad is Islamabad (ISB) (12.28km). Other nearby airports include: Rawala Kot (72.73km)

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