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Reviewed November 5, 2021

I’ve been visiting Hunza for many years now, and each time I end up staying at Old Hunza Inn. Maybe it’s the cozy, artsy environment or the love in hospitality but it does attract my ♥️ and I end up staying here for many days....The staff is super polite and friendly, food is amazing, rooms are exceptionally clean, the list goes on and on. Do visit this dream place at least once if you’re planning on visiting Karimabad, Hunza. 🙋🏻‍♀️More

Date of visit: November 2021
Reviewed February 2, 2021

Its been more than 3 years, I am staying at old huzza inn. This place has a special vibe like home, you don't feel you are staying at hotel. The management, the staff, everyone is like family members here. The food quality is amazing. This...is the best place to stay if you want a home like vibe in huzza.More

Date of visit: January 2021
Reviewed June 11, 2018

A good place to stay but not as luxurious as Eagle's nest hotel. Warm water not available all the time.

Date of visit: July 2017
Reviewed January 3, 2018

This was the go-to hotel for most backpackers, was highly recommended from several travellers I met on the road, but most were pretty shocked at the price hike ever since it was featured and highly recommended in some travel blog. The bed is decent, wifi...is intermittent, and electricity goes off from time to time. Not the cleanest toilet but bearable. But you could pay a lot lesser (more than half the price) for the same quality just next door. They provide tour/car services too, just ask and remember to bargain.More

Date of visit: October 2017
Reviewed July 25, 2016

We stayed here for about a week because bad landslides had closed the road so the low price was a big help. The facilities were excellent compared to what you'd usually get for the price. The staff are really friendly and helpful. Sadiq has travelled...in europe and really runs the place in the spirit of a great backpacker hostel. And there really is an excellent view from the rooms.More

Date of visit: February 2016
Reviewed March 19, 2015

With a wonderful view of the beautiful Hunza valley from the terrasse of each room as well as the restaurant, this is one of my favourite spots in Gilgit-Baltistan. In the cozy atmosphere of the rooftop restaurant one always meets other interesting travellers, can sit...inside on cooler nights and on the deck for breakfast in the sun. There's also a comfortable hangout-place in the garden, perfect to read books, which are also available for travellers in a shelf. The hosts take good care of all guests, give recommendations and serve delicious food or Hunza tea. Rooms are simple but clean, offer hot showers and probably the cheapest you can get in Karimabad. The hotel is perfectly located in between the famous Baltit fort and historic Ganish village.More

Date of visit: April 2014
Reviewed November 20, 2012

If you are travelling from Gilgit, just before you arrive into the village of Karimabad, fist off the main street on your right, there is a street where you will find Hunza Embassy Hotel, this good hotel in Karimabad. It is a short walk (10...minutes) from Karimabad village centre and 20 minutes from Baltit Fort. Ideally located in the Hunza valley, Hunza Embassy Hotel rooms are comfortable rooms (double or single with a fan , and an attached bathroom ( hot water is always available. Most rooms have a lovely terrace from where you can have a look at the Hunza valley and the dramatic scenery around. Behind the hotel you will see 7,000m high mountains on a clear day (even in July, chances are high that you will be able to see the peaks). Ask for the higher rooms as the view is much more dramatic. Good prices food and rooms ,there is a communal dinner with the travellers staying overnight: that night,noodles soup and vegetables rice. hunza traditional food and many kind of food always available. The hostel can also arrange treks for you if you plan to stay several days, and keep your luggage in a cloakroom while you are away. It is best to arrive in the morning or early afternoon since that hostel is quickly full you can reservation online and telephone number.More

Date of visit: July 2012
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