This three start hotel is well-located and clean. The building is old and the furnishings dated by a few decades. That has its own charm. My room was on the third floor with a balcony overlooking the very blue (painted) pool and fountain. Both the room and the bathroom were spacious and the mattress comfortable. There is a lift but also stairs to access the lift for those with suitcases but staff are more than willing to help.
The staff - at various times it seemed to be populated by middle-aged male staff who were also helpful in their own gruff way. Early one morning I asked one man to ring my guide who was late for the appointed pick-up. He smiled after the phone call and said that she said she would be five minutes - but that he had woken her up. There is also at least one attractive young female behind the desk during the day. Breakfast was traditional Iranian buffet - tomato, cucumber, flat bread, butter,jams, honey and fried eggs. The only negative comment was that through Iranian pillows seem to be firmer than elsewhere, those at the Atlas were the firmest so far on this trip.More