A short description of hotel
Hindukush heights is by far the best hotel in Chitral. Tatler, UK,in its travel guide
2010 ranks it among “the best 101 hotels in the world”.Footprint Pakistan
Handbook 2nd Edition on page 399 writes “this hotel is in a class of its own….
the loving care and attention which has gone into this place is evident the moment you walk in the door.”
Michael Palin in his book Himalaya writes, on page 28, “The Hindukush Heights hotel is set on the side of a hill with a fine view of the valley and Chitral town…. The emphasis is firmly on local design and craftsmanship …In the garden the heat smells of rosemary and jasmine.” Hindukush Heights has its own hydro electricity and the water into the hotel is gravity – fed from a mountain spring. A tastefully decorated dining room serves a variety of tasty dishes. Vegetables are supplied from the hotels own organic garden.
Dave Winter in Footprints 1st Edition of Northern Pakistan handbook, on page 129, writes: “for a truly memorable night out for your taste buds, treat yourself to a meal here. The food here ranks amongst the best in Pakistan”.
Among the many assets of Hindukush Heights is a caring and friendly staff who the owners show off proudly to their guests “most of these boys have grown up with the hotel since its infancy. Like the flowers and bushes you see around” says Ghazalla Ulmulk whose tender care can be seen in every part and aspect of Hindukush Heights.