Shangrila Resort Hotel is nestled amongst some of the highest peaks in the world located at a height of 2500 metres, the location is also known as “The Roof of the World.” The resort encircles a heart shaped lake with fruit laden orchards of sumptuous apples, cherries, pears and exquisite flower filled perfectly manicured gardens. With its blend of 38 classic cottages and suites with private balconies, it offers one of the most spectacular panoramic views of the natural Lake and breath-taking mountains.

A vacation at Shangrila is a memorable experience of a lifetime which one would want to relive again and again!


When you host a party or family reunion, the special celebrations let you strengthen bonds with.


Shangrila Resort Hotel offers a variety of restaurants, a café, a snack bar  ,boating on the natural spring water Lake, the mini zoo which has an admirable collection of wild birds, trekking and jogging treks, the View Point which has a breathtaking panoramic view of the awe inspiring mountains and the resort. Corporate meetings and social events, receptions, galas and reunions can be held with a maximum capacity of 100 persons.

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When you host a party or family reunion, the special celebrations let you strengthen bonds with.


Shangrila Resort is accessible by air or road. There is a daily 45 minute flight from Islamabad to Skardu where you will fly over Kaghan Valley , Gilgit and witness the famous Rakaposhi Peak , the 2 nd highest mountain in the world,- K2 , Nanga Parbat , the 9th highest mountain also known as the “Killer Mountain” , Tirich Mir , the highest peak in the Hindukush range, you will also get a bird s eye view of the resort before you land at Skardu airport.

The journey by road to Northern Areas of Pakistan is adventurous and spellbinding. You will have to start the journey from the Motorway and follow the road to Abbottabad , Mansehra to the Khaghan Valley . The route ascends steeply following the famous River Kunhar. The beautiful Lalusar Lake can be seen on the left hand side .You then drive through the famous Babusar pass at a height of 14000 feet entering the Gilgit /Baltistan Region turning right on the Karakorom Highway (KKH) The route of the KKH traces one of the many paths of the ancient Silk Road. It is also known as the “Eighth Wonder of the World”, a true marvel of engineering. There are more than 50,000 pieces of rock art all along the highway. The carvings were left by invaders, traders, and pilgrims who passed along the trade route, as well as by locals. The earliest date back to between 5000 and 1000 BC

You drive onto Shangrila Fairymeadows Raikot Inn at Raikot Bridge for a night stop.

Just 30 minutes from Raikot, you can see Nanga Parbat in the background. Roughly 35 kilometres from Raikot is the confluence of the Indus and Gilgit rivers. It is where three of the greatest mountain ranges meet: Hindu Kush on the left, Karakoram in the center and the Himalayas on the right.