Holiday Inn Lahore
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Lahore
A very pleasant hotel located in central Lahore. Service was good and generally the staff friendly and helpful. A small few however were very annoying in hanging about in our room obviously expecting a tip. Perhaps we couldn't blame them. Life is tough in cut throat Lahore. Our room was comfortable and well appointed. The restaurant on the floor of the hotel was attractive and the food was good. And we had no power outages! Security is understandably very tight.
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