€24 - €110
|CHEAPEST CITY IN PAKISTAN||Rawalpindi||49% cheaper||Hotels in Rawalpindi are the cheapest in Pakistan at just €24 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN PAKISTAN||Bhurban||58% more expensive||Bhurban has the highest priced hotels in Pakistan with rooms averaging €110 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN PAKISTAN||Lahore||65% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Lahore than any other city in Pakistan|
Below are the 5 user recommended hotels in the area of Pakistan that is closest to Faislabad Hockey Stadium. The average price near Faislabad Hockey Stadium is €39/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Faislabad Hockey Stadium are typically 20% less expensive than the average hotel in Pakistan, which is €48.
|Low season||February||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||December||most expensive time to stay|
|77%||expected price decrease|
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€11 - €75
|Highest day of week||Sunday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Saturday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|€106||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|€16||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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For a convenient stay in Pakistan, consider finding accommodation in Lahore. The city boasts a good public transportation network featuring rickshaws, bus services, and trains. Rickshaws are widely used for a short distance in the town and allow you to travel like a local. However, most people in the city opt for centrally operated public buses for connections around the city. Two major providers operate the buses: Lahore Transport Company (LTC) and Punjab Masstransit Authority (PMA). The latter runs the city's Metrobus services, including connecting feeder buses. For a single one-way journey on the PMA buses, you will need to buy single-ride tokens, which are relatively cheap. If you seek to make frequent journeys during your stay, getting a MetroCard for a refundable safety deposit is a smart choice. On the other hand, LTS runs frequent bus journeys around the city, but it doesn't feature a fixed cost per trip. Some of the best Pakistan hotels in Lahore include Nishat Hotel Johar Town and Hotel Inscope Pak.
Karachi boasts some of the best beaches in the country and pleasant weather, which attract plenty of tourists. You can book hotels there like Dreamworld Resort, Hotel & Golf Course. Hingol National Park is among the most visited attractions near Karachi, popular for its geological wonders and stunning landscapes. The park features unique rock formations, natural oases, vast canyons, mud volcanoes, and diverse wildlife species. Furthermore, a portion of the National Park borders the Kund Malir Beach, adding the pristine ocean waters to its charms. Visitors flock to this park during spring when the weather is fine for outdoor adventure. To extend your adventure, head to the country's capital, Islamabad. While the city may seem glitzy and conserved, it boasts various popular attractions to spruce up your itinerary. The tourist hotspot in the city is Margalla Hills, a rugged forest-covered topography of the Margalla range, which leads up to the Himalaya mountains and is frequently visited by vista-seeking hobbyists. While hiking up the stunning trails, you may encounter some of the range's plentiful wildlife species and exotic birds.
For a taste of the Pakistan cuisines and vibrant nightlife, head to Lahore. The city offers so much that it is impossible to mention all of its delights. Famous delicacies are Nihari from Muhammadi Nihari Restaurant, Bashir Darul Mahi Restaurant's fried fish, and Butt Karahi. Also, the city hosts a thrilling nightlife marked by live music performances, cinemas, restaurants, shops, and food markets. Another great fit for buzzing nightlife is Karachi. Karachi, commonly referred to as the City of Lights thanks to its nightlife, features possibly the most varied dining scene due to its diverse population, including individuals from all over the country. Karachi is most known for its biryani, which is the city's signature dish. You can enjoy social encounters at the various nightlife venues in the city, including clubs, restaurants, cafes, and lounges. The best hotels in Pakistan near Karachi's nightlife scene include Hotel Mehran Karachi and Fort White Luxury.
If you seek to dig deep into Pakistani culture and history, Lahore is the city for you. The city is fringed with various heritage sites, cultural landmarks, and museums. The city is home to Lahore Fort, a historic gem attracting swarms throughout the year that exhibits the ancient roots of Lahore. The Lahore Fort has such ancient beginnings that pinpointing the exact year of construction is challenging. Nevertheless, it is established that the original mud-brick tower was destroyed and reconstructed with bricks in the 16th century. Since then, this formidable fortress has experienced countless further renovations at the hands of practically all of Lahore's governors, including British colonialists. As a result, it encapsulates Pakistan's great cultural richness in the numerous aesthetic influences evident across its diverse variety of structures, from mosques to palaces, tombs, and watchtowers. This paid attraction is busiest during the warmer months of March through November. Cheap hotels in Pakistan near Lahore Fort include Four Points by Sheraton Lahore and Luxus Grand Hotel.
The least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Pakistan is July. On average, it only costs €14 per night in the month of July. Conversely, the most expensive month to visit Pakistan is January.
Our users tend to visit Lahore more often than any other city when travelling to Pakistan.
Visiting and staying overnight in Faisalābād will cost you a premium compared to the rest of Pakistan. Expect to pay €47 per night, a rate that is about 41% more than the country’s average.
If you’re looking for the best deal when visiting Pakistan, consider staying in Lahore. According to our data, Lahore is the least expensive city to spend the night in when visiting Pakistan, with an average nightly rate of €20, 7% below the country’s average.
Hotel One Gulberg
40 A/2 Mehmood Ali Kasoori Road, Lahore, Pakistan
Red Stone House
The Nishat Hotel
9A Mian Mahmud Kasuri Road, Lahore, Pakistan
89 A-B2 Gulberg III Near Hussain Chowk, Lahore, Pakistan
Susan Road, Faisalābād, Pakistan
Empire Hotel Kalam
New Mall Road, Kalam Valley, Kalam, Pakistan
M-2 Near Convention Centre, Islamabad, Pakistan
Ramada by Wyndham Karachi Creek
Zulfiqar Street 1 Phase-VIII, Karachi, Pakistan
Behind Gpo Building, Mall Road, Murree, Pakistan
Shogran Rd, Kaghan Valley, Shogrān, Pakistan
Grand Trunk Rd, Gujrānwāla, Pakistan
House # 14, Street # 60, Sector F-6/3, Islamabad, Pakistan
House 286B, Street 7, Sector F10/3, Islamabad, Pakistan
Plot # B-6 Shah Faisal Town Opposite Printing Press Near Airport Main Jinnah Avenue Road, Karachi, Pakistan
Al Sakhawat Hotel Islamabad
Murree Road 3, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Jannat Guest House Hyd
Bungalow no B-2/24, Autobahn road, unit no 3, Latifabad, Hyderābād, Pakistan
Royalton Hotel Rawalpindi
G-254 Liaqat Road, Opp. Liaqat Bagh, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
University Town, Peshawar, Pakistan
Four Square by WI
Plot # 234/1, 33rd Street Off. Khayaban e Roomi (Behind Darakshan Police Station & Bay View Hospital), Dha Phase 8 (Zone A), Karachi, Pakistan
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