Warm Service, Luxury Amenities and Mountain Views
The Serena Hotel in Quetta Pakistan is ideally located in the city center and spread over six acres. Our prominent location on Shahrah-e-Zarghoon in the Cantonment area is conveniently accessible from all parts of the country and is linked by air, rail, and road network.
Quetta Serena Hotel has a character of its own, incorporating many stunning architectural and decorative elements of the local Baloch people - famed for their chivalry and martial prowess. Traditional arts and crafts, decorative patterns and other graphic designs found throughout the plush interior of the hotel are an affirmation of pride in the local culture and aesthetic traditions.
With stunning mountain views on all sides, our luxury hotel in Quetta is set amid flower-filled courtyards with fountains and water channels around the fruit orchards. It provides guests with first-class amenities and a world of luxury where the service is warm and gracious. From the welcoming doormen and the friendly reception, to room service and everything in between, Quetta Serena Hotel promises to make each guest’s stay a memorable one.
History of Quetta
Quetta, derived from Kuatta, means fort in the Pashto language. The city is a natural fort, surrounded by imposing hills on all sides. The hills are called Chiltan, Takatu, and Mehrdar (so called because of its beauty, but now known as Murdar), and Zarghoon.
Quetta lies at the altitude of 1,675 meters. It is a small city of about 1 Million people. It is one of the few planned cities of Pakistan. The pleasantly tree-lined streets of Quetta are all rebuilt after the earthquake of 1935. The food and goods on sale in the bazaars give it a certain Central Asian feel and a reason to see it. Afghan refugees have brought with them fresh crafts like the distinctive Hazara rugs, to add to such traditional items as Baloch mirror work, wooden crafts from Sind & Punjab and many other merchandise from Iran & Afghanistan