Chitral to Get its First 5-Star Hotel

Chairman National Tourism Coordination Board (NTCB), Syed Zulfiqar Bukhari, on Wednesday, initiated the development work of the first five-star hotel in Chitral.

According to details, the hotel is being built under the public-private partnership and will incur a cost of $30 million.


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The hotel will have 80 bedrooms, 2 restaurants, and a hall with a 500-person seating capacity.

Named ‘BeJaan,’ the five-star hotel not only will provide state of the art accommodation and dining facilities to tourists but will also create employment opportunities for the local residents.

Anwar Aman, an overseas Pakistani who is the sole investor in the project, has named the hotel after his mother ‘BeJaan.’

While addressing the groundbreaking ceremony, Chairman NTCB said that the incumbent government has taken numerous measures to facilitate the private sector to actively participate in promoting tourism across the country.


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He added that the PTI government has also formulated a comprehensive plan to project Pakistan as a customized brand all over the world.

Besides, NTCB is also preparing to launch a dedicated e-portal that will promote Pakistan’s tourist attractions worldwide.

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