This hotel was of standard I have seen in India: basic but tolerable. It had large rooms with A/C and a TV. However, the rooms were never serviced - I had to go down to reception to ask for toilet paper, and I emptied the bin into the one in the hallway. The '24 hour' restaurant was ALWAYS empty. I never saw another person in it apart, from my daughter and myself. The menu had about 300 items on it, of which almost everything was 'not available'. Power cuts are part of life in Pakistan, and at least the hotel had a generator so the fan (but not the A/C) would work even when there was a power cut. It was comparatively clean and had no nasty creepy-crawlies. There was no wifi (which is to be expected). However, our room faced Pizza Hut across a narrow lane and we discovered that if we sat close to the window, we could access Pizza Hut's free wifi whenever there was power. Bonus!
In summary, this is a basic place to lay your head, but don't expect luxury.