This small hotel is located midway on Karakoram Highway, between Gilgit and Hunza (Karimabad). This is a point where generally every one stops for a break and tea. The hotel is also small and nice, tourist type. You get an excellent view of Rakaposhi Mountain. The river is next to you and so is a small waterfall. The tea, omelette and paratha is also awesome.
I stayed at the hotel while we were there for The Tour the Khunjrab cycle race in June. Even though we didn't really stay indoors and I believe most people wont with such a view, it was a nice average hotel. The sheets were clean, the bathrooms were a bit below average, but the TEA and food was Fantastic. Also you can walk out of it and just enjoy looking at Rakaposhi or walk towards it. The things I didn't like was the waiters keep throwing garbage in the stream, as they have no education or idea about pollution.
The Hotel was a good base point as you enter Nagar/lower hunza from Gilgit via Chilas. It provides a breathtaking view of Rakaposhi Peak. The hotel is currently going through renovation, however the local owner and staff are very friendly and knowledge. In winters, the major issue is availability of hot water and heating facilities, so travellers need to prepare in advance before venturing in the area in winter season.
The restaurant/hotel is located next to a glacial stream from Mount Rakaposhi. Best option is to dine in the open area next to the stream with a view of the snow-clad mountain. Local food, specialise in capshuro, the local pizza. The food is simple and basic but good and well-priced. Only order what's readily available to avoid a long wait. Clean toilets with running water, friendly staff. Location is excellent for a lunch stop-over on the way to the Hunza valley or for excursions from there.
The only thing that is worth a while is the view it offers other then that nothing is good about this hotel. We had to wait an hour for just tea which tasted bad and the cutlery was dirty. Even then i have visited this place twice just because it has a breath taking view. You should visit this place only to see Rakaposhi and not for the food