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The Best Hotels to Book in Lahore, Pakistan

Explore the stunning grounds before resting easy at this luxury hotel in Lahore
Explore the stunning grounds before resting easy at this luxury hotel in Lahore | Courtesy of the Residency Hotel / Expedia
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12 November 2021
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Pakistan’s second-largest city and capital of the Punjab region, Lahore, is deemed by many to be the country’s cultural and spiritual hub. The presence of many key Mughal-era mosques, walled gardens, mausoleums and a fort suggest a city with significant historic importance. All of this builds up to a thriving tourism infrastructure, with hotels in Lahore considered to be among the best in the country. Here are some awesome examples of the best hotels in Lahore, Pakistan – bookable on Culture Trip.

Avari Hotel Lahore, for warm design

4/5 (65 Reviews)
The grand reception area at the Avari Lahore
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Now from $107 per night

Rooms at the Avari Lahore are characterised by warmth and comfort – favouring sienna and cream tones, symmetrically patterned carpets and Pakistani artworks. Health and fitness are not overlooked here: there’s a large outdoor pool, pleasantly backlit into an inviting aqua blue during the evenings – while the gym’s cardiovascular machines and weights make keeping in shape on the road easy. This is just as well because there are five restaurants, a coffee lounge and a patisserie at the Avari to indulge in.

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Pearl Continental Hotel Lahore, for exceptional decor is the norm

3.9/5 (234 Reviews)
The grand entrance of the Pearl Continental
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Now from $100 per night

Magnificent open-plan spaces are a defining characteristic at the Pearl Continental – where the odd classic car or grand piano sits on polished marble floors in a capacious lobby designed to inspire awe. The design is effective and not merely confined to the lobby or banquet hall either. Room sizes begin at 322sqft (30sqm), spacious enough to feel luxurious – particularly when daylight pours in through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Some of the suites here are practically palatial. Enjoy.

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Defence Raya Golf and Country Club, where sports lovers unite

4.5/5 (17 Reviews)
The outdoor area and fountains of the Defence Raya Golf and Country Club
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Unavailable for the next 3 months

Lahore has grown so rapidly that what was once a country club is now surrounded by affluent suburbs, but the Defence Raya Golf and Country Club still retains its rural charm and premium golf links. That, after all, is the main reason for staying here – although there are three tennis courts available if you want to swing something other than a club. Many rooms overlook the 18-hole course and more visitors come specifically for lunch and dinner at the Place – a fantastic on-site restaurant.

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The Nishat Hotel, for modern interiors

4.6/5 (7 Reviews)
The modern interior of the Nishat
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Now from $167 per night

The Nishat has carved out such a name for itself in Lahore that a second property was opened near the city’s Expo Centre. However, this Gulberg accommodation is the original and still carries the torch admirably. At the core of its enduring popularity is the modernist interior design, giving this hotel a boutique vibe through its abstract chandeliers – formed of wire cubes above a chequered floor in the lobby. In the rooms, such daring is swapped for serene refinement in grey and cream tones.

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The Residency Hotel, for minimalist elegance

3.8/5 (40 Reviews)
The outdoor space at the Residency Hotel
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Price Drop
Now from $100 per night

If you are looking for a hotel that serves as the perfect counterpoint to the noise and heat of Lahore’s streets, cast a closer look at the Residency Hotel. Rooms with high ceilings and wainscoted walls are elegantly minimalist, with Persian-style rugs on parquet floors all bathed in warm light. A full-sized gym, 10m (33ft) outdoor pool and a spa with sauna room and jacuzzi are amenities befitting a top hotel anywhere in the world.

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  • Faletti's Hotel, for plush, generously-sized rooms

    3.2/5 (4 Reviews)
    The front entrance to the Faletti's Hotel
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    Unavailable for the next 3 months

    Lahore’s Raj-era core is a green space dedicated to the auspices and delectations of the ruling classes. With the colonial era long gone, this was one element of the city that remained largely unchanged – along with its racecourse and botanical gardens still attracting visitors. Faletti’s Hotel, which opened in 1880, is a part of this heritage finery. As such, the rooms are generously proportioned – with even the most basic being larger than a suite in most hotels.

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    Park Lane Hotel, for a fresh haircut during your stay

    3/5 (2 Reviews)
    The lobby area at the Park Lane Hotel Lahore
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    Price Drop
    Now from $114 per night

    Rooms from the upper floors of Park Lane Hotel offer some great views over Lahore, but none quite match those from the rooftop pool and hot tub. It’s not the only unusual feature for a Lahore hotel – an on-site barbershop is a decent place for a shave or trim and the small fitness room is ideal for anybody looking to stay in shape on the move. Rooms have modern furnishings, while suites come with their own hot tubs.

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    Luxus Grand Hotel, for modern amenities

    4.3/5 (49 Reviews)
    The indoor pool area at the Luxus Grand Hotel
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    Price Drop
    Now from $79 per night

    One of Lahore’s newer ritzy hotels is the Luxus Grand, where rooms have been designed to modern needs and standards. This is particularly true of the LED-strip lighting built around the bed’s headboard and into the ceiling – lending a trendy atmosphere to the hotel without losing any sense of warmth and welcome. Some rooms have a whirlpool hot tub and seating area – while a pool is artfully squeezed into a ground floor space between the lobby and rooms.

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    Grand Enclave Hotel, for classy convenience

    The front entrance to the Grand Enclave Hotel
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    Unavailable for the next 3 months

    Do you have an early flight to catch or perhaps you’re arriving in Lahore on the red-eye? Either way, the Grand Enclave Hotel is positioned within easy access of Allama Iqbal International Airport. The common spaces are a neat combination of white tile and natural greenery and the whitewashed exterior is bathed in green light during dark hours – notably themed after the colours of Pakistan’s national flag. Rooms are crisp and clean to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep – before or after a flight.

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