Capri Guest House consists of five quality rooms, each with premium furnishings and individual wall mounted LCDs. All the rooms host a number of facilities that are designed to suit the taste and the requirements of all kinds of guests.
Capri Guest House is professionally maintained and managed by skilled staffs, who are always serving with a sweet smile on their faces.
We Offering Fully Furnished Standard Room, Deluxe Room & Executive Class Room In Bungalow with Wifi, Stand By Generator, Well Maintained Staff, Servants, Security Guards, Secured Car Parking, Family Atmosphere and Beautiful Place, Just Call Us Now For Booking and Reservation, We Have 1 Branches In Defense, 1 in M.Ali Town near Air Port Karachi, Special Packages For Weekly, Monthly and Yearly Basis.
Located in Karachi, Capri Inn offers air-conditioned accommodation. It features 24-hour room service and includes dry cleaning and laundry services. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Certain rooms feature a seating area for your convenience. Every room includes a private bathroom fitted with a bath. Extras include slippers and free toiletries. The nearest airport is Jinnah Airport, 8 km from Capri Inn
- Air Condition
- Car hire
- Ironing board
- Room service
- Seating area
- Valet parking
- Wake up service
KarachiGeneral information about Karachi Karachi was the original capital of Pakistan till 1959 before Islamabad was made the Capital. It is currently the Provincial Capital of Sindh which is located on the Coast of the Arabian Sea. This Mega City boasts the largest Port in the Country as well the Country’s heavy Industries. All facilities
Sports & natureKarachi has been thought to be the southwestern pillar of the cultural edifice of Sindh. The cultural history of Karachi goes back at least 500 years from the emergence of Indus Civilization in the 3rd millennium B.C. The culture appears to be essentially Neolithic with widespread use of small chart implements and semi-precious stones. A large number of Megalithic graves around Karachi put it in class with the Megalithic movements of the Arabian Peninsula
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