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Al Asad Hotel
Al Asad Hotel

104- Mcleod Road Near Railway Stati (2.1 km from Lahore Fort)

Fabulous 8 reviews
New Paradise Hotel
New Paradise Hotel

Near Australia Masjid Mcleod Road L (2.2 km from Lahore Fort)

Located in Lahore New Paradise Hotel offers 1-star accommodations with a garden and a terrace. This 1-star hotel offers room service. Wagah Border is 15 miles away and Maryam Zamani Mosque is 1.6 miles from the hotel.

Very good 2 reviews
A.K Hotel
A.K Hotel

Mcleod Road Australia Building Behi (2.2 km from Lahore Fort)

Located in Lahore within 15 miles of Wagah Border and a 4-minute walk of Lahore Junction Railway Station A.K Hotel provides accommodations with a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property as well as free private parking for guests who drive.

Pleasant 1 reviews
Kamran Hotel Lahore
Kamran Hotel Lahore

Mcleod Road Opposite Australia Masj (2.2 km from Lahore Fort)

Pleasant 65 reviews
A-one Hotel
A-one Hotel

Near Railway Station Lahore (2.3 km from Lahore Fort)

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
Al Haider Hotel
Al Haider Hotel

101- Mcleod Road Lakshami Chowk Lah (2.5 km from Lahore Fort)

Fabulous 13 reviews
Lahore City Hotel
Lahore City Hotel

Lakshmi Chowk Abbott Rd Qila Shah F (2.5 km from Lahore Fort)

Featuring 2-star accommodations Lahore City Hotel is located in Lahore 16 miles from Wagah Border and 1.1 miles from Alhamra Art Center. This 2-star hotel offers room service and a 24-hour front desk. Lahore Junction Railway Station is 1.

Very good 1 reviews
Hotel Sanai
Hotel Sanai

1-Abbot Road (2.6 km from Lahore Fort)

Located in Lahore within 15 mi of Wagah Border and less than 0.6 mi of Anarkali Bazaar Hotel Sanai provides accommodations with a terrace and as well as free private parking for guests who drive.

Very good 2 reviews

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About Hotels in Lahore Fort!

Lahore Fort, an ancient citadel located in the northwestern corner of the walled city of Lahore, is a historical gem that has been standing since the 11th century. It is one of Pakistan's most iconic landmarks and attracts thousands of tourists every year. Constructed by the Mughal Empire, it is recognized as a World Heritage Site and serves as a reminder of the empire's long reign in South Asia. The fort encompasses 20 hectares and contains several monuments within its walls such as royal pavilions, palaces, mosques, and gardens that exhibit features from both Islamic and Hindu architecture.

The main entrance to the fort is via the Alamgiri Gate which was constructed by Aurangzeb in 1673. Other noteworthy entrances are Masti Gate which was built by Shah Jahan in 1631, Delhi Gate constructed by Akbar in 1566, and Akbari Gate constructed by Jahangir in 1618. Inside the fort’s walls there are many historic structures including Sheesh Mahal (Mirror Palace), Naulakha Pavilion, Jahangir’s Quadrangle, Diwan-e-Khas (Hall of Private Audience), Hazuri Bagh Baradari (Pavilion), Moti Masjid (Pearl Mosque), Shish Mahal Mosque and the famous Picture Wall where many beautiful paintings depicting Mughal court life have been preserved over centuries. To top it off are exquisite gardens with lush greenery that provide a picturesque view for visitors to enjoy while exploring this grand edifice from another era.

Lahore Fort has faced numerous threats over centuries; however its majestic presence still stands tall today which showcases its resilience against all odds. In 1981 it became part of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites list which further highlights its cultural importance on an international level. A must-visit attraction when visiting Lahore or Pakistan, this fort will surely leave you awe-struck with its majestic beauty!