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Al Asad Hotel
Al Asad Hotel

104- Mcleod Road Near Railway Stati (0.9 km from Delhi Gate)

Featuring a garden, Al Asad Hotel is situated in Lahore in the Punjab Region region, 24 km from Wagah Border and 1.3 km from Allama Iqbal Museum. Boasting room service, this property also provides guests with a terrace.e hotel has family rooms.

Fabulous 182 reviews
A-one Hotel
A-one Hotel

Near Railway Station Lahore (1.1 km from Delhi Gate)

Located in Lahore, 23 km from Wagah Border, A-one Hotel provides air-conditioned rooms and a garden. This 2-star hotel offers room service. The hotel features family rooms. Guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV.

Average 170 reviews
Carlton Tower Hotel Lahore
Carlton Tower Hotel Lahore

14 Empress Road (1.5 km from Delhi Gate)

Situated 4 km from Lahore Fort Carlton Tower Hotel Lahore welcomes guests with free WiFi a restaurant and a bar. Guests can enjoy the concierge services including tickets and tours as well as luggage storage and free valet parking.

Pleasant 72 reviews
Al Haider Hotel
Al Haider Hotel

101- Mcleod Road Lakshami Chowk Lah (1.7 km from Delhi Gate)

Boasting a garden, Al Haider Hotel is located in Lahore in the Punjab Region region, 26 km from Wagah Border and less than 1 km from Anarkali Bazaar. Featuring room service, this property also provides guests with a terrace.

Pleasant 150 reviews
National Hotel Lahore
National Hotel Lahore

1 Abbott Road Montgomery Park Qila (1.7 km from Delhi Gate)

Situated in Lahore, 25 km from Wagah Border, National Hotel Lahore provides rooms with air conditioning. The property is located 2.1 km from Allama Iqbal Museum, 2.5 km from Bagh-e-Jinnah and 2.5 km from Wazir Khan Mosque.

Good 182 reviews
Al safina Hotel
Al safina Hotel

6 Montgomery Road 6 Montgomery Road (1.9 km from Delhi Gate)

Situated in Lahore, 26 km from Wagah Border, Al safina Hotel features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a fitness centre and water sports facilities.

Very good 47 reviews
Hotel Marco Polo Lahore
Hotel Marco Polo Lahore

13 Abbott Road Near Lakshmi Chowk، (1.9 km from Delhi Gate)

Featuring barbecue facilities and garden, Hotel Marco Polo Lahore is located in Lahore, 16 miles from Wagah Border. Featuring a terrace, the 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom.

Good 123 reviews
Grand Millennium Hotel
Grand Millennium Hotel

Grand Millennium Hotel 9-davis Road (2.6 km from Delhi Gate)

Set in Lahore 24 km from Wagah Border Grand Millennium Hotel offers accommodation with a restaurant free private parking a shared lounge and a terrace.

Good 201 reviews

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About Hotels in Delhi Gate!

Delhi Gate in Lahore is a historically significant monument that stands tall as a reminder of the city's turbulent past. It is located in the Walled City, an area of Lahore that was proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1981. The gate dates back to the 16th century when it was constructed as part of the city's fortifications by Mughal Emperor Akbar. The gate has been reconstructed several times since then, most recently during British rule in 1866.

The Delhi Gate is renowned for its distinctive design and architectural style, which combines elements from various cultures such as Islamic, Hindu, Sikh and Persian architecture. The entrance is marked by three distinct arches topped with turrets, while on either side there are two smaller arches with a balcony above them. On the rear side there are four marble minarets that are clustered together at each corner of the gate. A small mosque can also be found inside this monument. It is believed to have been built by Nawab Bhikhari Khan in 1750AD to commemorate his victory over Marathas in southern India.

The main decoration of this building is an inscription plaque which was originally placed here under the command of Emperor Akbar and reads "O King! Let this Gate be called after Delhi which Thou hast made thy Capital". To this day, visitors from all over come to marvel at the stunning beauty of this ancient structure, which continues to serve as an iconic symbol of Lahore's rich history and culture.