Chitral is going to have its first five-star hotel inaugurated by the Chairman National Tourism Coordination Board (NTCB), Syed Zulfiqar Bukhari on Wednesday.  

The details further state that the hotel will be built on the basis of public-private partnership and its estimated cost will be $30 million. According to the infrastructure, the hotel will consist of 80 bedrooms, 2 restaurants, and a hall with a 500-person seating capacity. 

Anwar Aman, the sole investor of this project has named this hotel after his mother’s name “BeJaan. This five-star hotel will offer state-of-the-art accommodation and dining facilities to its guests. Moreover, the local residents will get great employment opportunities with the initiation of this project. 

During the groundbreaking ceremony of BeJaan, Chairman NTCB said that the existing government has been taking many necessary steps in order to support and facilitate the private sector to participate in the tourism development across Pakistan.  

He moreover said that the PTI government has established a comprehensive plan in order to represent Pakistan as a customized brand around the globe.  

Along with that, a dedicated e-portal is also set to be launched by the NTCB to attract tourists from around the world.