See why so many travelers make Kianpour's Historical Residence their guest house of choice when visiting Isfahan. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Khajou Bridge (2.2 mi) and Vank Cathedral (2.3 mi), guests of Kianpour's Historical Residence can easily experience some of Isfahan's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Kianpour's Historical Residence makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Lotus Cafe and Resturant, one of the Mediterranean restaurants that can be found in Isfahan, which is a short distance from Kianpour's Historical Residence.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Naqshe Jahan Square(Shah Square) (0.8 mi), Shah Mosque (1.0 mi), and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque (0.9 mi), which are all within walking distance of the guest house.
At Kianpour's Historical Residence, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Isfahan.
the hotel, the rooms, staffs breakfast, perfect. Everything's is inside the room. there is the heater comes from the ceiling. warm in the fall. there is air condition perfectly working for summer time. each room has toilet bathroom, shampoo, tooth bath, hair dryer, towels, sandals, warm blankets. they staffs are super nice people. respectful, they help you and provide you everything. it is really like 5 star hotels, but better. why? because the place you are has the age of the Qajar, the Persian empire. this is super nice, traditional Persian in the same time elegant like empire Persian. I highly recommend this hotel; that would the best choice in Isfahan. we were franco-iranien couple, my husband was amazed by this hotel as an European person for first time in Isfahan.
The choice was a good one: friendly, helpful, open and polite staff (for the guys at reception in the evening/night I have to improve my Persian :-)). I enjoyed especially the birds in the court yard responsible for the wake-up calls in the morning. The delicious breakfast in a magnicent location I would consider as the icing on the cake. Main challenge was to get a taxi driver at the Isafahan bus terminal who knows without
Was there for a couple of days back in November 2015 and really really loved this place. It was restored with love and care and it really is a little gem in Isfahan! The breakfast room is something to be seen... Highly recommended.
Great place. As I found it, Kianpour's Historical Residence is a 150-year-old mansion that has been renovated and converted into a boutique hotel. It features 6 rooms which are but nicely furnished. The suites at the ground floor are spacious. The owner is a young architect and the staff are were very friendly and helpful. It is not very close to the city's main historical square though the route is fun if you care to walk. I recommend it.
The house is amazing, very clean and very confortable. All the staff is very helpful and friendly. Wonderfull breakfast, good location near the Square and all historical places. A very good experience.
Everyone is smiling, they’re very welcoming and friendly, their service is so good, rooms are very cute, clean and comfortable. Breakfast is also good. Every room has a special name for itself, names are also very cute, price is a bit expensive comparing to other historical houses. But the service is way better
We stayed there for three days to visit Isfahan as a part of our road trip through Iran. I’m Iranian, my wife is American and we were visiting from US. Kianpour house is absolutely stunning and beautiful. The art and architecture of Qajar era at its best. We stayed at many historical houses in Iran but by far this was the best one. All the arts are carefully restored, taking you back to 200 years ago. The staffs and owner are lovely and very friendly. The breakfast is awesome (I believe the ladies that work there make it). Our room and the dining room were very beautiful and comfortable. The bathroom and shower were the best among all the hotels we stayed at in Iran, considering the plumbing is not designed for western toilets so flushing is not great but Kianpour house was pretty good( we were in Iran for one month and traveled all the country so we stayed at a lot of places). Me and my wife loved the Kianpour house and recommend it and would definitely stay there next time we visit Iran. …
Located a couple of minutes walking from the main road and Takhti metro station, you can reach the Kaveh bus station in 4 stops and the area of the Naghsh e Jahan sqare and the palaces in one metro stop (but you can also walk in no more than 10 minutes if you are not yet tired). A little bit a challenge to be found, it gives a great feeling of satisfaction when you finally enter the blue door and you step in the cozy and even historically interesting reception. We have been introduced in the wonderful yard as well as in our room, upgraded from the double under roof one to a 4 beds one. We were only 2 people, so you can guess how pleasant surprise was it. Fast internet, rich breakfast (in a magnificient room), clean and big toilette. The staff is friendly and extremely discreet and polite. Cannot wait to go back to Iran and Isfahan just to enjoy the peace in to go back to this place in the evening. Definitely reccomended! Mattia&Enrico…
This beautiful traditional house dates back to Qajar era and has all you can ask in terms of atmosphere, charm and cosy stay. We got the suite room with private bathroom and it was tiny but nicely decorated and super clean. You can enjoy a small terrace and garden view. Breakfast is in a beautifully decorated room with mosaucs and mirrors let u feel like you are a king and queen. Food is fresh and you have also more "continental" choices such as pancakes with chocolate or honey. Only minus: we were there in January and it was particularly cold in Isfahan. They have heating system in the rooms but is aircon so it takes a while before it gets warm. But I do recommend Kianpour's in any case!
We loved staying at Kianpour´s Historical House! It is 10 min walking distance from the main square and still relatively secluded. Very clean, very Iranain and very calm. We had the room on the top (ask for it, I think it´s the best position) and an entire terrace for us!