Nov 28, 2019 - Nov 29, 2019

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Where to stay in Karachi

The original capital and most populous city in Pakistan, Karachi is a throbbing metropolis to the south of the country on the coast of the Arabian Sea.

Visitors can find plenty to see and do in this fascinating city – from a seafront walk at sunset by Clifton Beach to the changing of the guard at the Mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam – while shopping is almost an art form at Gul Plaza and the modern Dolmen Mall in Clifton.

As you would expect from such a busy city, public transport can be a challenge with no metro as of yet in Karachi. Minibuses, coaches and large buses are among the cheapest options for getting around, while those who can afford it tend to opt for taxis and radio cabs. A small number of car rental options are also available.

Karachi Hotels

1. Karachi Marriott Hotel

The five-star Karachi Marriott Hotel is located in the heart of the city, opposite Frere Hall and Park. As well as luxury accommodation, the hotel also offers a health club, outdoor swimming pool and spa.

2. Regent Plaza Hotel & Convention Center

Located close to the Holy Trinity Cathedral, the National Museum of Pakistan and Mazar-e-Quaid, the four-star Regent Plaza Hotel & Convention Center offers a spa, fitness center, swimming pool, kids’ pool, and an indoor tennis court as well as two restaurants and complimentary breakfast. Hotel guests can also take advantage of the complimentary shuttle service to Jinnah International Airport.

3. Hotel Sarawan

One of the city’s premier budget hotels, the Hotel Sarawan provides standard, deluxe and executive rooms with free Wi-Fi and airport transfers.

Jinnah International Airport Hotels

If you prefer to stay close to the airport, luxury hotel options are quite scarce, although a number of budget guesthouses are available within a few miles of the terminals.

1. Ramada Plaza Karachi

When it comes to luxury hotels near the airport, the main choice is the Ramada Plaza, which is ideal should you wish to be within a short distance of your flight. With an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, fitness center, sauna and spa, the hotel - part of the Civil Aviation Zone - is the perfect getaway from the hustle of downtown Karachi.

2. Elegant Palace Guest House

Located just a few miles from the airport provides clean, air-conditioned rooms with LCD TVs and complimentary WI-FI. The Elegant Palace is also convenient for the National Stadium and the Pakistan Air Force and Maritime Museums.

3. Rehaish Inn Model Colony

One of the closest hotels to the airport at just 2 km, the Rehaish Inn provides budget accommodation with complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property.

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Syed Faiq
Syed Faiq

Oh the night life start 6 pm and never ends until 4 - 5 am and the foods are just awesome.

Khizer Iqbal
Khizer Iqbal

People are friendly and welcoming. Food is amazing and available at all time.

Aqib Muhammad
Aqib Muhammad

The part is hospitality which you will experience every minute from eaxh person. Must go place.

Maha Asif
Maha Asif

It’s a city of lights, which never sleeps specially when it comes to food. Rich in culture, people and shopping places.


The least expensive month is September, with an average of AED 133 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Karachi is August, with an average price of AED 304 per night.
The average price of a hotel in November last year was AED 161 per night. This is 10% less than the average nightly price of AED 178 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Karachi, the expected average temperature in November is 25.0°C/76.9°F. The warmest month is typically May, which averages 35.6°C/96.1°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 12.2°C/54.0°F.
The nearest airport to Karachi is Karachi (KHI) (13.07km).

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