5-star hotel to introduce an era of warm welcome within the culturally rich city — Hyderabad of West Pakistan.
To provide premium reception in a very traditional atmosphere, the Hashoo Group are going to be opening a Pearl-Continental hotel in Hyderabad. For this, the Hashoo Group has signed a memorandum of understanding between Pakistan Services Ltd and the Hero Group.
Speaking regarding this new hotel, the Hashoo Group Deputy Chairman and CEO Mr. Murtaza Hashwani said: “We are happy to partner with the Hero Group to ascertain a culture of premium welcome in Hyderabad and that we anticipate to hospitable guests to Pearl-Continental building Hyderabad.”
The Hashoo Group welcome Division Chief operational Officer Mister. Haseeb Gardezi highlighted the importance of the economic activity and the employment opportunities that the opening of the brand-new 5-Star hotel will generate in the city of Hyderabad.
Hero Group President Mister Asad Barkat said: “We are very proud to launch opportunities for travelers to explore the attractive Hyderabad city, enabling them to enjoy in modern with comfort in a central location.” The hotel won’t solely facilitate in promoting employment within the space, however it’ll conjointly generate economic activity and can open doors of progress and prosperity.
Pearl-Continental building Hyderabad can offer guests the modern comforts of a contemporary lifestyle in the second-largest city of Sindh.
The 5-star building can feature a minimum of one hundred twenty rooms and suites, a spread of fine-dining multi-cuisine restaurants, a spa and fitness centre, activity areas for kids, moreover as meeting rooms and huge event areas. settled right next to a serious industrial plaza, Pearl-Continental building Hyderabad can share a boundary wall with the Hero Mall.
Designed with families in mind, the building can supply easy accessibility to key traveler attractions like Sindh deposit, Hyderabad Fort and Ranee Bagh, a park named when Queen Victoria. The city of Hyderabad is a strategic transit hub between urban and rural Sindh, settled solely a hundred and forty kilometers east of city. Thus, providing a spread of amusement avenues for travellers within the city.