Stayed here in January 2019. Firstly the entire place was lovely and warm despite it being freezing outside. I came here after having an issue at another hostel that I had booked and ended up leaving. The staff were super accommodating and friendly. The rooms were clean, beds comfy and there was heaps of space for socialising and meeting other travellers. The hostel is located right near the metro station so it makes getting around very easy. They were also able to recommend a restaurant that catered to vegetarians (not always easy with persian food) which ended up having great food at reasonable prices.
This hostel is very, very nice. The staff is super friendly, always open for a talk as well as for hanging out like doing something together in or around Teheran. There is a community area that is nice for meeting other travelers and relaxing together. The hostel is clean and spacious, has a kitchen, a rooftop area, a big outside area and offers good services which are very useful for visiting Iran. It is highly recommended to stay there for a few nights. Thanks a lot and all the best :)
There has free breakfast and. Location very good near the metro.If someday I go to Tehran again ,I must in here.there is very cheap in hostel. I live in the top of the hostel.and breakfast has many vegetables
The hostel is well located and close to the metro station. Although the area can be hectic the hostel itself is well organized and serves like an oasis. There are some trips organized, however more a hostel for only a few days.
I arrived there around midnight after a long flight, and at first glance I didn't recognize the place, because it only has a small wooden door and a small name sign. Once I got inside, I felt the atmosphere of my own home, thousands of miles away. They have a centre room where many travellers sit down and talk around with each other. There is also a shared kitchen for in any case you have food to cook. In the morning, breakfast is served from 07.00-10.00 local time. The food served are fruits and bread, with tea and coffee. Tehran Heritage Hostel also held a celebration for Yalda, the Persian call for the first day of Winter.