ISLAMABAD: To provide premium hospitality in a traditional environment, the Hashoo Group will be opening a Pearl-Continental Hotel in Hyderabad. For this, the Hashoo Group has signed a Memorandum of Understanding between Pakistan Services Limited and the Hero Group.
Speaking about this new hotel, the Hashoo Group Deputy Chairman and CEO Mr. Murtaza Hashwani said: “We are pleased to partner with the Hero Group to establish a culture of premium hospitality in Hyderabad and we look forward to welcoming guests to Pearl-Continental Hotel Hyderabad.”
The Hashoo Group Hospitality Division Chief Operating Officer Mr. Haseeb Gardezi underscored the importance of the economic activity and the employment opportunities that the opening of the brand-new five-star hotel will generate in the city of Hyderabad.
The Hero Group President Mr. Asad Barkat said: “We are proud to present opportunities for travellers to explore the beautiful Hyderabad city, enabling them to enjoy their stay in a modern, comfortable and central location.” The hotel will not only help in promoting employment in the area, but it will also generate economic activity and will open doors of progress and prosperity.
Pearl-Continental Hotel Hyderabad will offer guests the modern comforts of a contemporary lifestyle in the second-largest city of Sindh. The five-star hotel will feature a minimum of 120 rooms and suites, a variety of fine-dining multi-cuisine restaurants, a spa and fitness centre, activity areas for children, as well as meeting rooms and large event spaces. Located right next to a major commercial plaza, Pearl-Continental Hotel Hyderabad will share a boundary wall with the Hero Mall.
Designed with families in mind, the hotel will offer easy access to key tourist attractions such as Sindh Museum, Hyderabad Fort and Rani Bagh, a park named after Queen Victoria. The city of Hyderabad serves as a strategic transit hub between urban and rural Sindh, located only 140 kilometres east of Karachi. Thus, providing a variety of entertainment avenues for travellers in the city.