There are several hotels and locations in Pakistan where you may spend your honeymoon, but according to IBEX rankings, these are the ten finest hotels for honeymoon in Pakistan.
Muzafarabad, Kashmir, Pearl Continental
The Pearl Continental Hotel, which opened in 2007, is located in the gorgeous valley of Muzafarabad, which is noted for its beautiful plateaus and calm waterfalls. The hotel is also located in Muzafarabad, the capital city, which is well-known for the massive concentrations of political activity that take place there. The Pearl Continental Hotel’s location at the confluence of the rivers Jhelum and Neelum, known as ‘Domel,’ lends an amazing view of the ‘Makra Peak’ to the hotel’s allure.
Gilgit Baltistan’s Khaplu Palace
The Serena Khaplu Palace was built on the grounds of historical monuments that date back to the 1840s and have been renovated to provide its visitors with the pleasure of experiencing a royal hotel stay in a 19th century Raja Palace while enjoying the modern amenities and facilities of a luxury hotels.
The hotel, located on the upper side of Khaplu Town, offers an eye-catching scenery with traditionally improved elements that strongly attract the likes of academics, explorers, and adventurers who enjoy researching culture and nature, all of which this location provides.
With its cultural and architectural legacy, The Khaplu Palace offers the highest example of monarchy in Baltistan, possessing more resources than the Shigar Fort. It is located on the renowned route of the intersection of three massive glaciers at Concordia.
Gilgit Baltistan’s Shigar Fort
The Serena Shigar Fort, located in Baltistan, Pakistan, is a culturally defined guesthouse situated on the path leading to the world’s second highest mountain range, K-2. It is called as Fong – Khar by the locals, which means ‘Palace on the Rock.’ It allows guests to explore the restored architecture of the 17th century Raja Fort Palace while also enjoying the modern services and comforts of a luxury guest home.
In the vast audience hall of the guest home, which acts as a museum presenting Balti culture to its residents, it showcases handpicked specimens of historical objects as well as fine wood carvings.
Gilgit Baltistan, Eagles Nest
The Eagles Nest has evolved into a full-service hotels from its humble beginnings as a modest camping site in 1994. The hotel now accommodates guests according on their budgetary needs, providing hospitality and customized attention to everybody. The hotels lies in Duikar Village and is an easily accessible vantage position in the Hunza valley, allowing visitors to witness the stunning splendor of the sunrise and sunsets on the surrounding peaks.
Bhurban, Pearl Continental
The Eagles Nest has evolved into a full-service hotel from its humble beginnings as a modest camping site in 1994. The hotels now accommodates guests according on their budgetary needs, providing hospitality and customized attention to everybody. The hotel lies in Duikar Village and is an easily accessible vantage position in the Hunza valley, allowing visitors to witness the stunning splendor of the sunrise and sunsets on the surrounding peaks.
Shogran, Arcadian Spruce Woods
The Arcadians Spruce wood Resort offers a universe away from the city, offering a view into the breathtaking Kaghan Valley from a height of 2,500 meters from the Shogran plateau in the Himalayas, allowing guests to wake up to the breathtaking beauty of the Malika Parbar and Makkra peaks, as well as views of the Siri and Pai meadows.
It offers activities ranging from hiking up to the meadows to climbing the Makkra mountains, traveling through a Jeep Safari in the valley, mountain biking, and simply relaxing in the resort’s terraced gardens. The resort stresses the enjoyment of its clients, therefore it provides hospitality, comfort, and continental cuisines to cater to the different palates of its guests, while also providing a retreat in a magnificent environment.
Chitral’s Hindukush Heights
By far the best hotel in Chitral is Hindukush Heights. Tatler, the UK’s travel guide, places it among “the greatest 101 hotels in the world” in its 2010 edition. Footprint On page 399 of the Pakistan Handbook 2nd Edition, it says, “this hotels is in a class of its own….the loving care and attention that has gone into this facility is clear the moment you enter in the door.” A well-decorated dining area serves a range of delectable foods.
On page 129 of the Northern Pakistan handbook Footprints 1st Edition, Dave Winter writes, “for a genuinely unforgettable night out for your taste senses, treat yourself to a supper here.” “The food here is some of the best in Pakistan.”
Chitral’s Mastuj Fort (huts)
The Mastuj fort is the oldest of the several forts that served as both a military base and the center of governance at the period.
Prior to the subcontinent’s partition, it was the capital of the native Kushwaqt tribe, which spanned from northern Chitral to the Gilgit districts of Ghizr and Yasin.
The only thing that remains of the original fort are its seven-foot-thick stone walls, which build with wooden supports and cover with mud. A succession of earthquakes has destroyed the six watch towers and two dungeons. The kind and welcoming local people contribute to Mastuj Fort being an ideal destination for a family vacation away from it all.
Kalam, Walnut Heights
The Walnut Heights is an exclusive resort, a Swiss-style chalet offering complete seclusion and a friendly ambiance away from the madding mob. The Bazar (central market) and hotels network are located 2 kilometers apart and 300 meters higher.
The surrounds of walnut trees, pine forest, snow melt water fall, and a creek flowing next to the apartments add to the tranquillity of the setting.
So, as the old adage goes, “seeing is believing,” and plan your trip accordingly, as we only offer eight snug & comfy rooms, each with a distinctive layout and outlook. Walnut Heights also offers trekking/hiking and overnight camping in the most exciting and adventurous glaciated valleys, beautiful green meadows and lakes surrounded by snow-clad mountains that are unknown to most tourists.
Those looking to unwind can read and lay on the grass, and the balcony overlooking the snowcapped summits of the Falaksair and Mankial ranges is equally appealing.
The evening can spend reading through a library of books and magazines or playing indoor activities. Local musicians are also available to provide a festive touch to bonfire nights or BBQ evenings that guests organize on their own.