Available rooms from Tue, 31-Jan-2023 to Wed, 01-Feb-2023.
Available rooms from Tue, 31-Jan-2023 to Wed, 01-Feb-2023.
The Nishat Hotel is located in Lahore. It has free WiFi and is home to Pakistan's biggest mall, the Emporium Mall, and the largest banquet hall, the Nishat Banquets. The hotel has a restaurant for guests to use. On-site private parking is free of charge. Every room in this hotel has a flat-screen TV and air conditioning. Some rooms have a place to sit and relax after a long day. Each room has its own private bathroom. For your comfort, bathrobes and slippers are provided. On-site shuttle service is free. The Nishat Hotel in Johar Town is 21 miles from the Wagah Border, whereas Walton Airport is 5 miles away.
Airport Pick and drop service by shuttle van. Welcome drinks on arrival. Fruit basket on arrival and served daily. 2 bottles of mineral water per day per room. Tea/coffee maker in the room. Access to the health club. Buffet breakfast at the restaurant. Free wifi service throughout the property.
From 2:00 pm
Untill 12:00 pm
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the room conditions when selecting your room.
Children of any age are welcome. Children aged 16 years and above are considered adults at this property. The second person sharing a room will be charged Rs.2000+ tax.
Bank Transfers & Online Payment options available in the following bank account.
|Famous Landmarks||Distance fro Landmarks|
|Badshahi Mosque||26.1 km|
|Liberty Market||10.8 km|
|Lahore Food Street||26.0 km|
|Emporium Mall||1.0 km|
|Packages Mall||15.9 km|
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