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
  • Desk
  • Heating
  • Ironing board
  • Laundry
  • Room service
  • Seating area
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Valet parking
  • Wake up service
  • WiFi


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 & nature

Karachi 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

Nightlife info

The city of Karachi offers an interesting and diverse nightlife scene that has several things to do, watch and also experience. The city has a large selection of bars, cafes and clubs so whatever the type of venue you are looking for, you will certainly find something to suit your taste. These hotspots are sprouting up all over the city and offer a vibrant nightlife to visitors. Drop in at any popular club in the city and enjoy tasty, local snacks and some classy cocktails in a comfortable and relaxed ambiance. Some clubs are famous for their atmosphere where you can unwind and enjoy the drinks and music played in the background. The major and prominent nightlife venues are situated in the Clifton and Sea View areas of the city. Watch the beautiful fountain constructed in front of Clifton Beach. This fountain is decorated with powerful lights and can be watched from any part of the beach. In winter, shops in some areas of the city remain open till midnight. Such major areas include Schoen Circle, Park Tower and Zamzama Street. Also, don’t forget to take an experience of touring the city on a horse-drawn carriage.

Culture and history info

Karachi originally was a small fisherman village settled by the Baloch tribes from Balochistan and Makran. Their first settlement was near the delta of the Indus River which they named as 'Kolachi’ village. The people of the original community yet inhabit the area on small island of Abdullah Goth situated near Karachi Port. The well-known neighbourhood ‘Mai Kolachi’ of Karachi still reminds the original name of the city.
At the end of 1700 century, the settlers of Kolachi village started trading across the sea with Muscat and the Persian Gulf region. Later, the village started to grow as the commercial hub and a port for trade. For the protection of this developing area, a small fort was constructed. This fort was handed over to the rulers of Sindh by the Khan of Kalat in 1795.
The British recognized the importance of the city as the trade post. So they captured the city and Sindh province in February 1843 under the command of Sir Charles Napier and the city was annexed as a district of the British Indian Empire. In 1846, it was home to around 9000 citizens. The city experienced a cholera epidemic in the same year and a Conservancy Board was established in the city to protect the people from this disease. This Conservancy Board was converted into a Municipal Commission in 1852 and it was again upgraded as Municipal Committee in 1853. This natural harbour started to flourish as bustling port under the British rule. On September 10, 1857, the 21st Native Infantry stationed in Karachi revolted against the British in its First Indian War for Independence, but the plan was busted by the British who regained the control over the city very quickly.
In 1864, the first telegraphic message was sent by a direct telegraph connection between Karachi and London. In 1878, the city was connected by a railway line to the rest of India and consequently public building projects like Frere Hall (1865) and the Empress Market (1890) were started in the city. Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan was born in the city in 1876 in a famous Ismaili Khoja family.
The Bombay District Municipal Act 1837 was extended to Sindh in 1878 and the urban area of Karachi was included in the city. The Municipality started to collect House Tax on Property owners, being first municipality to collect the tax in the sub-continent. By the end of 19th century, the city was home to around 105,000 people and it was a cosmopolitan city of Hindus and Muslims communities as well as Jews, Parsis, Iranians, Lebanese and Goan merchants. In 1900, due to the street congestion, India’s first tramway system was constructed in this bustling city. That time Karachi was famous for its railway-tram network, churches, mosques, court-houses, markets, paved streets and a magnificent harbour.
Karachi City Municipal Act was propagated in 1933 and the Municipality of Karachi was given the status of Municipal Corporation. At the same time, the status of President and Vice President were replaced by Mayor and Dy. Mayor respectively. It consisted by 57 Councilors residing in Karachi, and who were from different communities of Muslims, Hindus and Parsis. In 1933, Mr. Jamshed Naserwanji was elected as the first Mayor of the city who had earlier served as elected President for about 20 years. The city was declared as the capital of the newly formed Sindh province in 1936.
When Pakistan was declared as a separate country in 1947, Karachi was chosen as the Capital of Pakistan. During this period, the city offered shelter to a huge influx of migrants and refugees that came from the Indian province. In 1960, the capital of Pakistan was first moved to Rawalpindi and then to Islamabad. Still Karachi never lost its importance as the economic center of Pakistan. The Municipal Corporation of Karachi was upgraded to Metropolitan Corporation in 1976. Again on 14th August 2001, City District Government of Karachi was reorganized in 18 Town Administrations and 178 Union Councils.

Read more