Famous Hilton Hotel has announced signing the agreement with Baron Nathiagali Private Limited to open an upscale DoubleTree by Hilton Nathiagali. Located in the picturesque Galiyat mountain resort town of Nathiagali and approximately 85 kilometers from Islamabad.
The hotel is expected to open in 2025. The hotel will feature three dining outlets including a pool café, an on-site shop, as well as a temperature-controlled swimming pool, a spa, and a fitness facility. The property will bask in the natural daylight with floor-to-ceiling windows and an impressive central courtyard area.
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Many of the 111-guest rooms will feature private balconies. It will be equipped with three state-of-the-art rooms, two 300 square meter ballrooms, and an events lawn, perfect for weddings and large gatherings.
Mumtaz Muslim, owner, and investor said: “We look forward to working with Hilton to bring the renowned DoubleTree by Hilton brand to Nathiagali. We are confident the hotel will become a top choice for travelers to the resort town, raising the bar for hospitality in Nathiagali and providing an opportunity for local people as well as a wonderful leisure option for guests.”
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The hotel marks the re-entry of the Hilton Hotel in Pakistan. It Nawill be will at a distance of 70 kilometers from New Islamabad Airport.
Earlier this year in January, an agreement was signed by the Marriott International and Imarat Group of Companies to bring the first franchise of Residence Inn by Marriott and Courtyard by Marriott in Pakistan. Mr. Shafiq, the chairman of Imarat Group of Companies, Mr. Ziad Abi Raad, the Director of Lodging Developing Middle East and Pakistan for Marriott International signed the agreement.
The attendees of the event included President Advisory Board IIPS Lt. Gen. (R) Haroon Aslam, and the Group Directors of Graana, Mr. Sharjeel A. Ehmer, Mr. Farhan Javed, Mr. Arslan Javed, and Mr. Taimoor Abbasi.
“When Conde Nast Traveller magazine placed Pakistan at the top of their list of places to visit, little did they know that this was a part of the greater vision of the Imarat Group all these years,” expressed Chairman Imarat Group of Companies, Mr. Shafiq Akbar at the event.
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“Today, we are proud to announce the result of years of hard work – a partnership with Marriott International to bring their 3 & 4-star brands – Courtyard and Residence Inn – to Pakistan! This will increase the number of modestly priced hospitality options in the country and bring a much-needed quantum leap to the hotel and tourism industries in Pakistan. This truly is the decade of #Pakistan2030!” added Mr. Akbar.