Shahin room is a double room, with one Queen Size Bed (150 CM Wide). This room is suitable to host one or two guests. This room has a view of our “Sunken Garden”, a garden inside the ground.
Mahtab is one the VIP double rooms. It is furnished with a King Size Bed, or can be two Twin Size Beds.This room is also furnished with comfortable furniture allowing for peaceful time, surrounded by magnificent mirror and plaster artworks. This room allows a comfortable accommodations for up to 3 guests. It has views to our “Sunken Garden”, a garden inside the ground. Guests will have access to a private bathroom, inside the room.
It is actually the standard DBL room in which the beds have been separated.
The Standard Double room is typically furnished with a King Size Bed, or two Twin Size beds, upon request.
This room allows a comfortable accommodations for 2 guests.
Standard Double rooms have windows that open to a shared balcony/hallway.
Guests will have access to a private bathroom, inside the room.
Qajar is one our VIP double rooms. It is furnished with a California King Size Bed (230 CM Wide), or can be two Full Size Beds (120 CM Wide). This room is also furnished with comfortable furniture allowing for peaceful time, surrounded by a magnificent brick walls on one side, mirror and plaster artworks. This room allows a comfortable accommodations for up to 3 guests. Guests will have access to a private bathroom, inside the room.
Safavid is one of the VIP double rooms. It is furnished with a California King Size Bed (230 CM Wide), or can be two Full Size Beds (120 CM Wide). This room is also furnished with comfortable furniture allowing for peaceful time, surrounded by a magnificent all-around window from one side, which opens into the garden, and detailed mirror and plaster artworks. This room faces south, which allows to catch much sunlight, throughout a day. This room allows a comfortable accommodations for up to 3 guests. Guests will have access to a private bathroom, inside the room.
Delneshin Suite, or the “Sardab” of the house, is the only suite of Ghasr Monshi Hotel. Because of its strategic positions, residents of this house would find this space very quiet, naturally cool in the summer and warm in the winter. It is very spacious, about 72 square meters, with 2 different rooms, separated by columns. It is typically furnished with 2 king size beds, which can be changed to 4 single bed, as well. There also a magnificent traditional furniture, as well as dining table inside the room.
Ghasr Monshi Hotel is a remainder of Qajar Dynasty from early 1200’s SH (1820’s AD). Therefore, while the Palace provides an unforgettable experience in a beautiful Persian ambiance, it is also historically significant as it was one of Fatahali Shah’s few houses in Isfahan.
Ghasr Monshi Hotel is located conveniently in an area very close to historical sites in Isfahan. The Ghasre Monshi Alley connects the Ghasre Monshi Palace to the famous Isfahan Bazaar, a part that is home to handmade artifacts; many of Isfahan’s artifacts are handmade in the stores for everyone to see. On the alley, there is a Zurkhana, or a traditional Persian gymnasium. Once you get to Bazaar after 20 steps, the alley takes you straight to the famous Imam Khomeini Square, also known as Naghshe Jahan Square, historically important as it is a remainder from the Safavi Era. It is historically significant because as the economic center that all Bazaars connect to, it also holds religious symbols, as it surrounds the Aliqapu Mosque. Zayanderood River is located about 600 meters to the south of the Palace; Zayanderood is the famous river that runs through the Polle Khajjou (Khajjou Bridge), See-O-Se Pol, (33 Bridges), and a park that surrounds the River.
While Ghasr Monshi hotel is historically significant, it has undergone a major renovation with the supervision of Isfahan’s Cultural Heritage Organization to ensure preservation of its historic resemblance and values. Ghasr Monshi is proud of Persian culture, history, and cuisine. Its management team has planned thoroughly and is well prepared to host international and domestic guests with excellent services and hospitality, offering delicious Persian food that are enjoyable for all, including vegetarians. In order to ensure convenience and comfort for our guests, the management team collaborates with multiple local tour guides that will assist and guide our guests when needed. Also, the members of management team are bilingual and are available to assist our guest 24/7.
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- Fire Extinguisher
- Reception (24H)
- Room Service
- Taxi Service
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Naghsh-e Jahan Square
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Chehel Sotoun palace
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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 itMORE
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