Landmark Guest House, Hotel in Islamabad

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Hotel name
Landmark Guest House, Hotel in Islamabad
Address
62-A, Nazim-u-Din Road, F-8/4, Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan   View map
Phone
(92) 51 2287823
Mobile phone
92 3345370545
Fax
(92) 51 2287824
Contact Person
Mr. Saeed Shah
Establishment year 2012
Employees 6-10
Company manager Mr. Saeed

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The rooms are very good and decorated beautifully and service they provide excellent and the location where the property is positioned near Centaurus Shopping Mall are very good for visitors. Keep it up
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62-A, Nazim-u-Din Road, F-8/4, Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan
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The Guest House is situated in 62-A, Nazim-u-Din Road F-8/4, Islamabad offer room for rent right in the heart of the Centaurus Mega Mall and Jinnah Super Markets which offers exciting local shopping of carpets, handicrafts, antiques and much more. It is only 5-10 minutes away from Faisal Mosque (World’s Largest) folk and heritage museum (Lok Virsa) and Damen-e-Koh adjacent to the Guest House.

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