The brothers Akhavan are the nicest owners you will possibly meet in Iran. They can help you with what you and the wifi is working in the lobby. The rooms are well equipped and the beds are good. The door to the balcony is jammed, but that's no problem because my room faced a very busy street. Kerman is not so small anymore. The only downside is the bathroom, which is outdated. The douche was ok, but didn't look very well.
The food is served in the basement. If they change lighting it would be an huge improvement, the food although is probably the best you'll get in the city and the quirky waiter you serves very nicely. The lobby is nice way to sit down and relax after your diner and you'll be served tea, coffee and the nicest cookies you'll taste. It is also full of placates from their travels to Mekka, where they help in the hotel for Iranian guests there as well. The oldest has already been there 10 times.
So, if you're in Kerman be sure to check in here.