It was a noisy hotel i couldn't sleep at night and honestly that wasn't clean as well. You only cqn stay there one night not more.the breakfast was basic but the dishes were completely wet cause they washed them and not make them dry that i disliked.
I stayed here for one night in my visit to Neyshabur. It is a 2 star hotel formerly running by tourism organization which at the moment is hand over to private sector. Therefor in compare with many small hotels in small towns they apply standards of hotelling. Rooms are clean staff are polite and they serve a small breakfast. It is located in the silent cornet of city center beside the national park and in front of an old garden. there was no negative point during my stay. there is also a modern shopping center in front of it. If you decide to visit Neyshabur it is a good choice.
I heve made reservation for me and my wife a week before arriving to Teheran. When we arrived they gave as single room. That means I spend three nights on the floor. When I asked staff for extra blanket, they refused. The only good thing I can tell about this hotel is there is clean. Price is not so high.
Really bad hotel in not a nice area of Teheran! Room was tiny: we booked a double room with bathroom and we got a tiny twin room without bathroom for 45$. The room was NOT clean. I had to ask for sheets and towels. The staff is not friendly and uninterested. The manager (at least we think he was the boss, a bold big guy) was sometimes so rude to us and at other moments he was friendly, very weird and unprofessional. He also nocked on guests' doors at night and shouted they had to open, i have read in other reviews this is not the first time. Breakfast is bad. The breakfast room is actually the lobby so there is barely space. Do not get a taxi through them. We got a not legitimate taxi, pronably of friend of the lobby staff oerson. He drove as the craziest taxi driver we had got in whole our trip and he was not friendly at all. I also think they changed the name of the hotel into Persian Hostel because they got too many bad reviews on Mehr Hotel.…
I had forgotten. The hotels of my youth..... one in Colorado City in the 70's, one in Sydney in the 80's. No towel, no toilet paper, no plug, no hot water - no that's not quite fair, it was warm. A fridge but had to choose between that and the CRT TV - only the one socket. Beds were comfortable and the mattresses clean. Got an extra sheet (that made two) Mosquitos but no bed bugs. No AC. Ensuite with a good loo. Plug to charge gadgets worked well. I could tell - could see the sparks. None of this health and safety dominated plastic casing. But for 50USD at 9.30pm at night when the other hotel had lost our booking..... The tea in the room on arrival was nice - but then he said: "5,000 toman" I could stay there again. I would. It has one star
I would not recommend this hotel: - The staff couldn't speak basic English. They are also not friendly and helpful. - One of the staff members knocked several times on my door while I was sleeping. He wanted to drink tea or smoke with me. I told him that I was not interested, but he kept doing it. - The rooms and bathrooms are dirty. - The public toilet isn't a western toilet and the lock of the public shower didn't work. - You have to negotiate about the price. Otherwise you pay too much for what you get.
This place is adequate but not enjoyable. The location is convenient next to the metro lines. However the price is unreasonable for what you get. They advertise doubles for 65 usd. We had pre booked for 50 which they thankfully honored. It includes a basic Iranian breakfast - bread jam and tea which you eat in the small foyer or in your room. Wifi is included in the foyer area and is very slow and unreliable. They charge a ridiculous amount for laundry and try and charge you to have water refilled in your room. The rooms are not refreshed or cleaned during the day. The double room is very small and poky, lots of road noise. Ours had a broken window (letting in even more noise) and constant flickering ceiling light (flickered when switched off). Not a charming area of Tehran to stay in, surrounded by an auto mechanics district and few food options. The pros are: Staff speak reasonable English. Taxi to the airport was a reasonable $20 USD. Convenient next to metro. Can be booked online through partner booking website. (Hostelsiniran). Tv in room (only one English Channel) Good pressure hot water shower All in all this place would be a good choice if the price reflected the level of service that was actually offered. Otherwise it just feels like tourist price gouging. …
I would not recommend this hotel for several reasons. 1. As mentioned in reviews below, the staff is not very helpful. They have only a handful of English words in their vocabulary and are not keen on expanding it. 2. We have booked the hotel in advance - a double room for 50$/night. These prices do not correspond with the prices listed in the hotel (ca. 40$ for one night). It is quite expensive, even if you take the "cheaper" local price in account, compared to other hotels in Iran and has not a good price/quality ratio. The hotel receptionist even tried to charge us 2M IR (50€) for an extra night! 3. The rooms meet the minimum standards with regard to hygiene but have noisy airconditioning and are quite small. Do not expect a view out of your window, there is none. Breakfast is sober but ok. The hotel is located nearby a metro station (which makes it a lot easier to travel within the city) and is close to some exchange shops.…
The workers aren't helpful and sometimes not even polite, they'll change money at bad rates and if you happens tobe there during a holiday you won't have any alternatives; the wi-fi doesn't work in the rooms, you have tongo to the stairs or near the entrance; about the rooms, don't expect to much cleanliness; the neighborhood is a ugly and dirty one, in the poor part of Tehran, its only redemption being 5 minutes from the metro: if you thought that being near the bazar and some museums make the place downtown, just wait to arrive there... Not many places to eat nearby either, and A lot of buildings are literally almost crumbling down. Absolutely overpriced for the quality it offers.
The small hotel is clean and the rooms are comfortable. It's around the corner of Firouzeh Hotel and Khayyam hotel, so in an area were other travellers stay in Tehran. The rates are very good; value for money. The staff is very friendly and helpful.