I was there during Noroz 1401. Customer service was excellent. Service of room every day. Breakfast was complete. Location was relatively quiet street but very easy to get taxi and if we want to walk, only few minutes to main street (Valiasr street خیابان ولیعصر()
Nice hotel, sparkling clean, all the staff are very polite and helpful. Perfect persian breakfast and more, Mr.Kasaee the manager of the hotel is running this hotel in a high standard of service. Great location,easy to get anywhere in the city. Near by good restaurant ,coffee shop,supermarket,bakery ..... I definitely recommend this hotel for a enjoyable stay in Tehran.
Saina Hotel is located on a quiet street, where if you walk for a few minutes in any direction, you reach an abundance of shops, bakeries and restaurants. It's about a 20-30 minute drive from the Bazaar, Golestan palace depending on traffic. It's a mid-sized hotel; not super fancy, but certainly quaint and comfortable enough. There's an elevator and concierge to help with bags. The staff are not overly talkative, but friendly enough. The check-in process is pretty efficient, and they were very accommodating in keeping our luggage in storage in two separate instances where we left the city to see other parts of the country. The rooms were spacious enough to accommodate our large suitcase, duffel bag and multiple backpacks. The rooms were clean and well-kept. The shower had warm water and good pressure. The only thing wrong with the bathroom was that the side panel moved, so if you did not direct your spray nozzle the right way, water went everywhere. All rooms (similar to most hotels in Iran) came with a bunch of soap, toothbrushes, and little amenities. We stayed in a room on the 3rd floor on one of the nights, and then subsequently on the 5th floor. WiFi (included) on the 3rd floor was better / faster than on the 5th floor. Breakfast was pretty good. There was a variety of cold and hot dishes. The restaurant is not too big; we did not otherwise eat there other than for breakfast. All in all, Saina Hotel is a pretty good place to stay. We didn't find Tehran all that interesting, so it's a good option while using the city as a transit spot to get to other most exhilarating parts of the country.…
If you want to have access to both south and north part of Tehran, you are in the right place. It’s a super clean not crowded hotel with the most friendly staff you can find in this mega town. Beds are really comfortable and staff are helpful. It definitely worth for such rate. Great experience!
Not only is Saina well located, the food solid, and the amenities fine, the staff are sweet and kind and funny and obliging. Let me just mention Nassim on the front desk, alongside Amir, ably supported by Reza. Excellent people, each and every one. They could all work in the finest establishments in any city on earth.
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 further north.
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 it.
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 reception and they are able to exchange money at the government rate if the exchange shops are closed when you arrive. City maps are also for sale. Our room 305 at the rear of the hotel was fairly compact, but clean and quiet with everything required to make our stay comfortable. Toothbrushes, toothpaste, combs, soap, body wash and shampoo seem to be the standard items supplied. The shower screen does not have a rubber seal on the bottom so expect a flooded bathroom everytime you have a shower. Beds and pillows are rock hard, seriously hard which may be a problem for some. There is a bar fridge in the room which is handy and CNN on the TV, the only place where we have scored this so far. Breakfast here is excellent, a good variety of food for the size of the hotel. We had dinner here one night also and the rice was the best we have had on our trip so far, very light and fluffy, full of flavour. Decent coffee can be had here as well. The hotel is about one hour by taxi from both airports and fairly close by Tehran standards to the bazaar, Golestan Palace, Jewelry Museum and the Glass and Ceramic Museum. We walked there as the attractions are fairly close together and cabbed it back. But it is a bit of a walk and crossing the road is a bit stressful at first. Cross with the locals! Staff are very friendly and helpful and will assist with advice getting taxis and writing things down in farsi when required. We enjoyed our time here. The neighbourhood is not as flash as the northern side but we figure you can get a lot of taxi fares for the cost difference. A solid choice.…