The Serena Environmental Committee:
Gilgit Serena Hotel Employees Environmental Committee (GSH, EEC) is very actively working towards the protection of the environment. With additional traffic and increasing number of visitors, this continues to be a challenge.
Serena Hotel Corporate & Social Event Facilities:
If your company is planning a seminar or conference, then why not break with tradition of holding such conferences in the big cities ? Step out of your world and in to ours, and enjoy the traditional hospitality, warmth and simplicity of the mountainous culture, a real change from the artificial world to natural.
Serena Hotel Gilgit can organize conferences and seminars and provide all the required facilities for such conferences/seminars. Gilgit Serena Hotel also make outing arrangements to Naltat, Hunza, and Khunjrab pass (China border). Theme dinners followed by cultural shows, music and dances. Picnic lunches (hot and packed) could be arranged at various picnic spots.
Gilgit is the administrative capital of Northern Areas, comprised of five districts namely, Gilgit, Skardu, Diamar, Ganche and Ghezir. It is accessible by road and air from Islamabad. Flights are subject to clear weather. Driving to Gilgit via the Karakoram Highway is a memorable and breathtaking experience.
Gilgit is the gateway to China and Central Asia. Gilgit is also the hub of various valleys. To the North Hunza, Nagar and China. To the South, Diamar, Kohistan and Swat. To the East Skardu and Kashmir, and to the West Ghezir and Chitral.
Local currency is Pak Rupee but foreign currencies are also accepted by the hotels and gift shops. Exchange facilities are available with all banks and local moneychangers.
To many, the Gilgit Serena Hotel is the very essence of Northern Areas of Pakistan). The Gilgit Serena Hotel believes in preservation and promotion of the local culture, its traditional warmth and hospitality, which the region has inherited for centuries.
Your day begins with a sumptuous breakfast before you set out for a day’s excursion to Naltar valley or a sightseeing of Kargah and Bagrot valley. The view of Mount Rakaposhi from your room’s balcony or sitting in Dumani Restaurant early in the morning is a sight to behold.