Hotel is located on a bit quiet street. Everything what you need but nothing special. Excellent breakfast. We even were able to order expresso for extra cost. None of other hotels in Iran provided that. There was also an excellent fresh, high quality juice.
This was our first hotel in Iran is very good clean and with a good option I can imagine a bettercost x benefit We will be back tomorrow for our last days in tehran Rooms are spacious and well manteined
This is a small, modern and very well-appointed hotel to the highest of western standards. Our visit was brief but very comfortable. The hotel is located more to the north of the city. Too far to walk to sights such as the Golestan Palace or the Sa'adabad palaces and parks…
For me this was a first rate hotel with a good buffet breakfast. The room was traditionally furnished and very spacious, with air conditioning, and the bed was very comfortable. The staff were extremely helpful and spoke excellent English. I have no hesitation in recommending…
This was our first stop on our trip and I have delayed reviewing it until we had stayed at a few more places to get some context around the standard of accommodation here. This boutique hotel close to the centre of Tehran on a fairly busy street. Good English is spoken at…
"Choose at the rear for quietness"
"Ask for higher up rooms"
"choose an upper floor or one at the back for a quieter night"
"Go for North-facing (street side) in summer: stay out of the sun."
"My room at the back of the hotel had a lovely outlook over roofs of neighbouring apartments."
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