Partridge Guest House is a high-end accommodation located in the heart of Islamabad, Pakistan. This luxury hotel offers its guests affordable excellent services. WiFi is also available for the guests in the rooms and lobby.
Partridge Guest house offers beautifully furnished standard rooms. Each room is fully air conditioned and fitted with an en-suite bathroom, a flat screen TV with satellite/cable TV service, a fridge, a mini bar and a safety deposit box.
Its on-site restaurant serves Pakistani, Chinese, Italian and Continental dishes. Complimentary buffet breakfast is served to all guests. A dining hall and a coffee shop are also available.
The guest house offers on-site parking, and luggage storage services. The lodge houses a business center suitable for social and corporate events. The lodge’s attentive staff can also arrange for laundry, ironing and dry cleaning services. The remises are well guarded by security personnel and monitored 24 hrs using CCTV Security cameras. Car hire and airport shuttle services are surcharged.
The guest house is 20 km away from the airport, approximately a 25 minute drive. Shah Faisal Mosque, Centaurus Mall and Jinnah Super market are also close by
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site
Check-out time12:00 PM
- Air Condition
- Free toiletries
- Pay-per-view Channels
- Private bathroom
- Safety Deposit Box
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IslamabadIntroduction To Islamabad Islamabad (Urdu: اسلام آباد, abode of Islam), is the capital city of Pakistan, and is located in the Pothohar Plateau in the northwest of the country. It is located within the Islamabad Capital Territory (906.0 km²), though the area has historically been a part of the crossroads of the Punjab region and
Sports & natureIslamabad (Urdu: اسلام آباد, abode of Islam), is the capital city of Pakistan, and is located in the Pothohar Plateau in the northwest of the country. It is located within the Islamabad Capital Territory (906.0 km²), though the area has historically been a part of the crossroads of the Punjab region and the North-West Frontier Province (the Margalla pass being a historic gateway to the North-West Frontier Province, and the Pothohar Plateau historically a part of the Punjab). Islamabad is located at 33°40′N 73°10′E. Islamabad has a population of 1,740,000 (in 2009). Its highest elevation is 1,604 m (5,263 ft) and lowest is 457 m (1,499 ft). History
Nightlife infoFrom independence until 1958 Pakistan's capital was Karachi in Sindh in the far south. Worries about the concentration of investment and development in that city are said to have led to the idea of building a new capital in a different location. There was also the hegemony of the predominantly Mohajir Civil Service to break, In 1958, during the administration of Pakistani President Ayub Khan, a site immediately north of Rawalpindi was chosen as the permanent capital. Rawalpindi was designated as the temporary capital. Work on the new capital began during the 1960s. The planning and construction was largely headed by the Greek urban planner Constantinos A. Doxiadis. His plan revolved around the building of the city in sectors, each containing four sub-sectors separated by green belts and parks. There was a strong emphasis on greenery and open space. In 1967, the capital was officially moved from Rawalpindi to Islamabad. The city was divided into Rural and urban Areas. The urban area was managed by CDA Capital Development Authority, while Rural area was divided into 12 union Councils and 30 Towns. Among these 12 union councils, union Council Koral is the biggest and the most developed Union council.
Culture and history infoLocal and International Cuisine The city is dotted with a great number of restaurants, so if you are craving for pizza, you can head off to Papa Sallis in F-7 Markaz to sample Italian food while if you are craving for authentic Pakistani food, then you ought to go to Namak Mandi to try local flavors.