Pak Palace, Club Road, Near Rawal Dam Chowk, Islamabad 440 00, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan
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Pak Palace 
Club Road, Near Rawal Dam Chowk, Islamabad 440 00, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan
+92 51 2279926, +92 51 2279903
http://www.pakpalace.com
General and in-room facilities and services available at Pak Palace
lobby bar
restaurant
summer terrace/patio
conference room
fax services
dry cleaning
laundry/washing services
rent-a-car
luggage storage
phone at the reception
garage places on site
located in the center
common TV room
television set in room
telephone in room
internet connection in room
air conditioner in room
mini bar in room
en-suite/private bathroom
Some excerpts from the website of Pak Palace that might be useful
Ideally situated on Club Road Rawal Dam Chowk Islamabad. Close to the Parliament House, Senate, Foreign Office, Supreme Court and Embassies. 15 minutes drive from Islamabad International Airport. Centrally Air Conditioned Hotel. Luxurious Single, Double Rooms and suits with all modern amenities. Business Center with comprehensive Secretarial services with fax internet computer etc.. Gudya - 24 Hours Coffee Shop. Roof Top Bar-B-Q Sizzling Restaurant. Mukkarram Banquet Hall. Muazzam Conference Hall we cater all sorts of functions like, Seminars and Conferences of National and International Stature. Banquet hall filled with complete range of audio visual equipment. We provide you leisure activities like riding, fishing, boating. Laundry service, Stand by generator, Spacious car parking. Rent a car, Tour information and doctor on call.

Restaurants Entertainment. Conferences Banquets. Services Facilities. Islamabad Rawalpindi. Pak Palace Hotel is a newly built hotel and ideally situated on Club road, Islamabad. It is managed by highly qualified professionals who possess years of experience in Hotel Industry. The Hotel has specious and well-decorated single, double and suite rooms with all modern amenities. Gudya Coffee Shop serves mouth watering specialties of oriental, continental and Pakistani cuisine in homely atmosphere. The roof top restaurant offers sizzling range of Bar-Be-Que. Room service is also available round the clock. Mukrrum Banquet and Moazzam Conference halls can jointly accommodate up to 800 guests. These halls are equipped with requisite and well-contained amenities and are ideal for holding of all sorts of functions and different kind of Seminars and conferences of National and International stature. Business Centre, with Comprehensive services like, Typing, Copying, Fax, Computers and Internet are available to meet your requirements.

Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, lies against the backdrop of the ever-green Margalla Hills at the northern edge of Potohar Plateau. The name Islamabad (City of Islam, or City of Peace) was carefully chosen to reflect Pakistan's ideology. It was coined by a Pakistani teacher during the Government of Ayub Khan. Islamabad is located 8 miles north of Rawalpindi's city center. In contrast to its twin city Rawalpindi, Islamabad pictures a lushfully green and peaceful atmosphere. It is a city of wide tree-lined streets, large houses, elegant public buildings and well organized bazaars. Sidewalks are shaded and safe behind rows of flaming jacaranda and hibiscus trees. Beautiful parks filled with Roses, jasmine and bougainvillea add to the beauty of this dreamland. Coming back to its origin and history...The master plan of Islamabad was prepared in 1960 by M/s. Constantinos Doxiades, a Greek firm of Architects. Construction started in October 1961. The city came into life on 26 October 1966, when the first office building of Islamabad was occupied. It is a carefully planned modern city of Pakistan. There are ample opportunities for walking, jogging, hiking and trekking around Islamabad in the lush green Margalla Hills. The Margalla Hill range offers excellent hiking and partying opportunities with magnificent vistas opening on all sides. A network of trails having more than 120 kms length has also been developed for enthusiastic hikers. The urban area is divided into eight zones: administrative, diplomatic, residential, institutional, industrial, commercial, greenbelt, and a national park that includes an Olympic village. Islamabad hosts many well-organized parks and gardens, mosques, universities and shrines, Museums and archaeological sites. Lok Virsa, the National Cultural Center and Museum off link Road, has exhibits, handicrafts, and examples of dress from different regions of Pakistan. If you have a half day or more at your disposal, a pleasent walking excursion would be to the cave tomb of the areas most important saint, Bari Imam. For Shopping enthusiasts, Islamabad has many Bazaars like Aabpara, Super, Jinnah Super, Blue Area etc. Apart from such excursions one may visit the Shakar-Parian hill top, the Beautiful Jasmine Garden, the Rawal Lake, the Pir Suhawah hill top and Daman-e-Koh. Faisal Mosque is in-itself a beautiful piece of architecture and a must see. For jogging and soft core walks Fatima-Jinnah's huge park is an ideal spot. In sport activities one can find golf courses and bowling alleys along with a few cricket and football grounds. With such varied attraction Islamabad poses to be an all-time favourite amongst tourists coming from within and outside Pakistan. Rawalpindi (1,700 feet) is divided into an old city and and a new city or contonment (called cantt.) that are separated by rail road tracks. The new city was developed when the British began settling in 'Pindi during the last century and built a completely new town with colonial buildings and wider streets next to the existing city with its bazaars and galis. Originally Rawalpindi was a village of Rawals, a tribe of Yogis. In Rawalpindi Cantt. several inexpensive hotels are offering good packages for economy travelers. There are many bazaars in the Rawalpindi region the Raja Bazaar, Saddar Bazaar and Commercial Bazaar (Market) are some nice shopping areas. The Liaquat Bagh 'Liaquat Gardens' is a nice picinc spot for tourists. The Bara Market near the Liaquat Bagh is an all time favourite amongst tourists coming to Rawalpindi. It has a lively atmosphere and with many beautiful architectures and colors of life it is a wonderful tourist hideout.

Luxurious Single, Double and Suit Rooms with all modern facilities i.e. Telephone direct dialing, Internet facilities, centrally air-conditioned, mini bar and satellite TV etc. Our Complimentary Services Include. Complimentary Breakfast. Air Port Pick and Drop Service. All rates are subject to GST. Check In Check Out Time 12:00 Noon. Special rates are available for Companies, Government Officials, Air Lines, Tour Operators, Embassies and Diplomats.

24 hours GUDYA COFFEE SHOP serves mouth watering specialties of oriental, continental and Pakistani cuisine in homely atmosphere. Bar-B-Que Restaurant. Sizzling Bar-B-Q Restaurant on roof top gives a natural beauty of Green Margalla Hills, Islamabad City White Snowy Mountains of Murree with highly experience and qualified staff.

Muazzam Conference Hall. Muazzam Conference Hall with capacity of 150 persons and equipped with all modern facilities to cater all types of functions. Mukkaram Banquet Hall. Mukkaram Banquet Hall with capacity of more than 500 people, fully equipped to cater the functions like weddings, mehndi, birthdays, engagement parties etc.

Ideally situated, just five minutes drive from Embassies, Supreme Court and Foreign Office. Pak Palace Hotel is gateway to leisure activities i.e. Rawal Dam, Murree, Chattar Park, Patriata just 15 minutes drive from Islamabad International Air Port.
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