ISLAMABAD
Hashoo Group is also planning to add another 300 rooms accommodation by putting up Hotel Apartment Building on the adjacent to its five-star hotel land for which initial studies are underway.
A press statement issued by the Hashoo Group said that the setting up of the Economic Corridor between Pakistan and China will be of immense benefit for both the countries and owing to ideal location of its deep Sea Port Gwadar is expected to develop into a regional hub, serving the incoming, outgoing commercial traffic, and also facilitating in transit and intra-transit trade from many countries.
Hashoo Group, realising very early, the importance of Gwadar and for the interests of the country at the foremost, has invested over Rs 2 billion including construction of ‘five star hotel in the region by the name of Zaver Pearl Continental Gwadar to cater to the needs of its customers who are mostly government officials, foreigners, businessmen, bankers, tourists etc.
Located on the cliff-top of the Koh-e-Batil in the beautiful surroundings of Arabian Sea and clear beaches, the hotel has 114 bedrooms equipped with modern facilities, 3 restaurants offering variety of cuisines, coffee shop, banquet facilities, health club & SPA, 24 hours business centre, and car rental facilities available for both in-house and walk-in clients.
The statement said that keeping in view the recent increase in economic activity in the area and the promising future prospects of the Gwadar , the Hashoo Group is planning expansion of its existing 5-star Hotel initially by adding 40 deluxe rooms by complete phase II of the Hotel for which drawings, foundation and piling work is ready. This will not only provide additional accommodation but will also be instrumental in uplifting the economic situation in the region. Further the Hashoo Group is also planning to add another 300 rooms accommodation by putting up Hotel Apartment Building on the adjacent Hotel Land for which initial studies are underway.
Once the connection between Gwadar Port and Kashgar through the Indus and the Karakoram Highway materialises, it will serve Pakistan and China’s economic interests as well.
Further, given the scenic attraction of Gwadar with its long stretch of golden sunny beaches, it is soon expected to become a tourist resort for the national and international tourists. The Makran coastal highway has linked Gwadar with Karachi, which has improved access to the Hotel . The new road network being built for Pak-China Economic Corridor will give access to this city from Southern Punjab and KPK. This will result in influx of tourists visiting Gwadar .