Available rooms from Fri, 01-Mar-2024 to Sat, 02-Mar-2024.
Available rooms from Fri, 01-Mar-2024 to Sat, 02-Mar-2024.
Empire Hotel is located in Peshawar. The Peshawar Old City is a 5-minute walk from this place to stay. The place is about 2.2 kilometres (1.4 miles) from the centre of Peshawar. The Shrine of Shah Balor is not far from the Empire Hotel. The yakka toot chowk bus stop is a 10-minute walk from this place. This hotel has rooms with separate toilets and fireplaces. Charsi Tikka Shop is only a five-minute walk from the venue, and guests can eat Asian and Pakistani food there. There is free wireless internet all over the hotel. There is free private parking on site. Free breakfast and two bottles of mineral water. Valet parking, and elevator service 24/7. There are 76 rooms at the Hotel.
This hotel offers rooms with a fireplace and a separate toilet. Guests can enjoy Asian and Pakistani meals at Charsi Tikka Shop within a five-minute walk of the venue. Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free. Private parking is possible on site for free. Complimentary breakfast, 02 mineral water bottles. Vallet parking, elevator service 24/7. The number of rooms in the Hotel is 76.
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