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09/10/10  Ten minutes drive from the airport, Pearl Continental Hotel Rawalpindi enjoys the status of the only deluxe hotel in the city. A distinct culture flourished on the Rawal Plateau as far back as 3000 years, attracting tourists from the world over. With its close proximity to the archaeological sites, historical monuments and fascinating hill stations, the hotel serves as a transit haven for the tourists. A blend of warm elegance and gracious hospitality, Pearl Continental Hotel Rawalpindi has a distinctive character of its own.

 

 




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