Finding an ideal small hotel in Kabul does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Q Kabul Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Q Kabul Hotel offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of Q Kabul Hotel are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant.
If you are looking for a good Chinese restaurant, you may want to check out Kabul Star Hotel & Restaurant while staying at Q Kabul Hotel.
Q Kabul Hotel puts the best of Kabul at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This place ticks all the boxes for Kabul. Good security, reasonable rooms that you can realistically live in for longer periods, some services on-site. Free laundry is a nice touch. Room was comfortable, dinners OK though the breakfast was awful. You're not really staying here for the ambiance so some flaws can be overlooked.
You'll be surprised to know that without doubt this hotel is the safest, most comfortable and best catered in Kabul. Professionally run by an expat, backed by an Afghani business group, the results clearly speak for themselves. I wouldn't stay anywhere else whilst conducting business in the capital....
Spent a few days here last year. The room was clean and very comfortable, the gym is exceptional even for a European country. The food was tasty and the breakfast was a great start to the day. The swimming pool was pleasant however the water was dirty. The staff were helpful and discrete. My only issue during my stay related to the security. The security refuses to allow my vehicle to enter the compound or park anywhere near it inspire of arrangements being made. I was directed out through an unknown door and onto the street alone where I walked some distance to meet my vehicle. This was rectified soon after.
This is an economical alternative to the Serena in Kabul, but at a noticeably lower service level. Its safety record is excellent, and I've always felt safe here. Unfortunately the building is a Soviet-style concrete monster, and many of the rooms have no windows and are tiny. The beds are narrow but firm, and the place is very quiet at night -- sleep quality is good. The service is mixed: decent front desk, but spotty room cleaning. The breakfast buffet is alright for Kabul standards, but nowhere near the culinary marvels offered in the Serena.
In Kabul, it is good to stay somewhere close to where you are working - traffic can be bad and security means you need to limit travel. Q Hotel was close to my work place on this occasion. It is a very large building. Security is pretty good - vehicle access is highly restricted and only hotel residents can get onto the site. The room I had was a suite really, with 3 bedrooms and kitchen. I only needed the one bedroom, so I took the best of the 3. The bed was comfortable and the TV had plenty of channels. The room was too warm. The air conditioning would work, but stopped and did not restart when the power failed - as it did several times each evening/night. So I had to leave the window open, letting in the dusty/smokey Kabul air. The bathroom was OK. There was always hot water for the shower. The main restaurant provided buffet breakfast and dinner. Both were pretty average - I have had better in lesser hotels in Kabul. For dinner, I found the ground floor cafe a better option. Decent shwarma and chips with fresh juice there. I did not try any of the other facilities. There are a fair number of shops on the ground floor if you need provisions. I did get stuck in the lift for 15 minutes when the power failed. The lift would not restart, so security had to rescue me. Better to take the stairs if you do not have too much stuff.…