Considered a Paradise on Earth, Muzaffarabad is located where the rivers Jhelum and Neelum meet. The valley attracts tourists and nature lovers because of its retreats, resorts, lofty mountains, and lush green forests. Our landmark five-star resort hotel in Kashmir is situated on a hilltop overlooking the glorious Pir Chinasi and the surrounding mountain ranges.
Whether you are looking to stay in a Standard Room, or prefer the elegance of one of our suites, at
Pearl-Continental Muzaffarabad Hotel we have you covered. Guaranteeing the highest comfort and top modern amenities that are sure to make your stay memorable. Enjoy staying at the only five-star hotel accommodation in Kashmir.
Our Standard Rooms offer the comforts of home with modern amenities to make your stay a pleasant one.
Inspired by timeless cultural traditions, our Deluxe Room furnishes a classic character, designed in rich hues and overseeing the breathtaking Muzaffarabad Valley and Neelum River.
Our Executive room offers aesthetically pleasing and contemporary decor along with various amenities.
A 794 square feet spacious suite overlooking the beautiful Muzaffarabad valley - the perfect blend of magnificence and comfort.
Savor an all-you-can-eat dining experience with, delicious kebabs, freshly baked naan and other savory dishes as well as an array of scrumptious desserts.
Organise corporate meetings or conferences. Arrange ad-hoc exhibitions. Celebrate both personal and professional events in our beautiful venues. Enjoy top facilities and services to make any event a resounding success.
Keep up with your ﬁtness routine at our Health Club, offering a range of gym equipment. Get entertained by playing various games billiards including table tennis, Ludo, playing cards and carom board at the hotel.
Serene, ambient, awesome view of Muzaffarabad city and excellent food. You get what you pay for. (Imran Nazir via Google)
Went to PC Muzaffarabad and really liked the hotel. The view was breathtaking at night. Room service was quick too. Totally loved our experience. (Tooba Omar via Google)