It was just average hotel. Price was ok.buts it's was in the main centre .thats was good .staff was helping but service below the average. Stayed was so far nice.it was not bad if you wana stay near the city
Very good location. Excellent and helpful staff and facilities. Access and transport very good. Most important factor is the room charges suitable for individuals and families. Best value for money and more. I recommend this hotel for single people, couples, families, friends for business or pleasure. You can get to anywhere from this location. Restaurant and car service available if needed. The writer is a businessman living in London, England since 1969 and will vouch for the Paradise Inn all the time. Stayed in this hotel in 2013/2014. Satisfied.
This Hotel is next to Codfather fish and chips.KFC.The Designer shops and is based in Sadar shopping Centre.Its ideal for the foodie and shopper.The room shown to us at first was not that good so we were given another room for same price it was a lovely room with AC although not needed as it was November.You can haggle with room prices in Pakistan.This was a good priced Hotel .
Family recommended it.one word.s??? r9k, s??? stains on sheets, broken bed frames. Every time you turn sounds like a earthquake. So pissed of went to reception at 1.30. Only bell boy n porter. Manager asleep. Silly paki accent "he's asleep" oh phoned my brother n he was given 2 "top rooms" for r6k. Never again.
The Goods: Economical / cheap rates, big rooms, great location near KFC/Pizza Hut/Branded and conventional shopping area, in-house kitchen / restaurant service who's quick to serve you in-room and offers average food with average prices (slightly higher than basic hotels), AC that works well as long as Electric supply is on Wapda the government electric (and not their own backup generator which doesn't run AC) but it was like 1 hr AC then 1 hr electric outage so effectively you can enjoy 12 hrs of AC with alternative hours out of total 24 hours. The Bads: No Wifi, Backup generator doesn't run AC or Iron or room fridge or TV, beds are really small hardly 5 ft wide (though I told them that I need king size bed as we were a family of 3 husband, wife, and infant. When I called them to complain they said they don't have any bigger beds in their whole hotel but they can send an additional mattress which they quickly did but the basic cover of that mattress was torn), poor maintenance (fridge wasn't working even on regular electricity, 3-seat sofa's one portion was broken, in the bath room, there was bath tub with water disconnected, there was no clothes hangers in the bath room and its wall was stained with termite and rusty moisture), I killed one big cockroach myself on the floor. Further, I asked for a discount and was told that their standard room which costs PKR 2,500 will be given to me for final PKR 1,800 and I agreed and they confirmed my reservation on phone even 2 hrs prior to my arrival. But when I reached there, I was told that the none of the standard rooms were available so they'll put me in their executive room which costs PKR 3,750 but they'll charge me final PKR 2,500 for it. We finally settled for PKR 2,200 (US $23.3) / night.…
The room rates were cheap and the location was very close to the places that we wanted to visit. Although, the beds were fairly okay, we had to request house keeping to change our bed sheets and clean the bathrooms. The old man who is also a doctor who i believe is the owner was unfriendly. He never greets no one. The hotel restaurant food is extremely poor quality. However the security is good.
This hotel was of standard I have seen in India: basic but tolerable. It had large rooms with A/C and a TV. However, the rooms were never serviced - I had to go down to reception to ask for toilet paper, and I emptied the bin into the one in the hallway. The '24 hour' restaurant was ALWAYS empty. I never saw another person in it apart, from my daughter and myself. The menu had about 300 items on it, of which almost everything was 'not available'. Power cuts are part of life in Pakistan, and at least the hotel had a generator so the fan (but not the A/C) would work even when there was a power cut. It was comparatively clean and had no nasty creepy-crawlies. There was no wifi (which is to be expected). However, our room faced Pizza Hut across a narrow lane and we discovered that if we sat close to the window, we could access Pizza Hut's free wifi whenever there was power. Bonus! In summary, this is a basic place to lay your head, but don't expect luxury.…