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Atlas Hotel

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#32 of 64 hotels in Tehran
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Breakfast included
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Laundry Service
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Non-smoking rooms
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I paid extra for a “double” room near the courtyatd, which I think was worth it but since I didn't see the other rooms, so I really can't compare. All in all, it's a 2-3 star hotel so I didn't expect much but the room was ok, in good conditionm and clean. Breakfast was just
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Visiting Tehran is not as scary or difficult as you've heard. The reception and restaurant staff at the Atlas Hotel are friendly and speak English. The rooms are spacious, bathrooms clean and have TV and frig. The air-con in late June was just the tonic after a long day. The
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We stayed here for just one night in May 2016. The room was a reasonable size with own bathroom with a shower. Aircon worked and window also opened onto the street for 'fresh air' (it's Tehran!) front counter staff were helpful. The breakfast was a fairly typical spread for
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I found the Hotel Atlas in Lonely Planet. It’s ranked as a 3 star hotel. Hmmm….it’s not a 3 star in the European sense and you wouldn't stay there for a romantic weekend. In fairness I cannot compare it to other hotels in Tehran, so this review is just based on my own personal
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Was planning to rate this hotel 2 stars because they lost my reservation my first night in Tehran so I had to "sleep" in the lobby which was pretty terrible after 22 hours of flying and no sleep. Then the room they gave me had a leaky sink, non draining shower and a weird black
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