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Abbasi Hotel

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5 star
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Abbasi Hotel is an unrepeatable heritage in Isfahan architectural style from the glorious Safavid era. Abbasi Hotel, now a 300-year-old building in the heart of the city Isfahan, is a museum and a monument which according to local and international tourists, historians, leading architects and professional tourists is referenced to as  The world’s most beautiful hotel.

Here, the spirit of life talks to you thru patterns and paintings, colors and light, fluidity of beauty and the genuine art drawn on the body of the building.

Abbasi Hotel has 225 rooms and suites including standard single and double rooms, Cheshm andaz and Paradise rooms, standard, Qajar and Safavid suites, two and three bedroom apartments. All of the aforementioned rooms are equipped with special safety systems and are constructed based on international hotel standards.

The turquoise dome of Chaharbagh School creates a marvelous view for garden-side rooms. Qajar and Safavid design of some suites are amongst interior design elements which are unique to this hotel.

Magnificent restaurants, traditional dining room and a well-equipped coffee shop provide our dear guests a variety of food and beverages, as well as a unique incomparable atmosphere to enjoy.

This international hotel; one of the oldest hotels in the world; has 11 multi-purposes halls with various capacities for holding formal and informal seminars and banquets.

Abbasi Hotel Sport Complex consists of pool, sauna, gym, Jacuzzi, massage service and provides dear guests an enjoyable time.

undoubtedly, one of the most glorious parts of the hotel is its garden, which can be considered as one of the samples of these areas which has a reputation as “Persian Garden” all over the world. A fusion of water and vegetation, the harmony between internal and external areas, the consistency of human artifacts with natural phenomena, and briefly, the creation of tranquil atmosphere are among some of this garden characteristics. The turquoise dome of the Chaharbagh school, as well as beautiful trees and flowers create a delightful garden and provide guests a memorable environment.

Policies of Abbasi Hotel

Extra Bed: 30 EUR per night| Children: under 5 yrs free of charge (no bed)| 5 to 10 yrs 15 EUR per night (without bed)| above 10 yrs full price
late check-out: 12:00 to 17:00, charging 50% of 1 night price| after 17:00, charging 100% of 1 night price

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Naghsh-e Jahan Square

Naghsh-e Jahan Square

“Naghsh-e Jahan” Square or King square, is one of the most beautiful and precious historical monuments of Safavid dynasty at the heart of Isfahan with the area of plus 8 ha. It is registered in UNESCO World Heritages list. The historical edifices around this square are: “Ali Qapu“, king mosque, “Sheikh Lotfollah” mosque and “Qeysariyeh”

vank cathedral

Vank cathedral

Vank cathedral or the The Holy Savior cathedral is not only a church of amazing paintings and architecture but also a unique museum of precious artistic works. It is located in Julfa quarter of Isfahan with the area of plus 8700 sq.m. During 1604 to 1606, The Armenians of Iran living at the northwest borders

Chehel Sotoun palace

Chehel Sotoun palace

Chehel Sotoun palace is one of the most beautiful monuments of Safavid era in 1636 with 2120 sq m area. It has 3 entrance gates and a large traditional pool in front of the edifice. The flora consist of Persian Pine, Elm, Maple, Plane and Tree of Heaven. The building is a composition of Persian,

sheikh lotfollah mosque

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque

Sheikh Lotfollah mosque is situated in Nagsh-e Jahan square and was constructed by master Mohammadreza Isfahani by order of first king Abbass for the honor of “Sheikh lotfollah Jebel Ameli”, the king’s father in law. It was actually the private mosque for the king and his family and there was a hidden way from it

Ali Qapu Isfahan

Ali Qapu

Ali Qapu edifice which was called “Dolat khaneh” (Government House) in Safavid era was built in 1598 on the west of Naghsh-e Jahan square across from Sheikh Lotfollah mosque. It is decorated with amazing miniature and acoustic arts. It had 5 doors in the past which one of them is remained now. Ali Qapu is

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Abbasi Hotel Isfahan, Iran

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