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Isfahan traditional hotel is the first and oldest traditional hotel in the heart of historical quarter of Isfahan. the building dates back to 450 years ago, the Safavid era.
This hotel is located in the Bazaar near the ancient Hakim mosque and Naghsh-e Jahan square. It is set around two court yards in adjoining Safavid and Qajar period houses. The reasonable price, great location, a calm and cozy yard without any noises, a buffet breakfast have made this hotel unique and different from others.
It has well experienced team and friendly staff doing their best to make you happy and satisfied. They are ready to be at your service 24/7. It would be a pleasure to host you.
It has 16 rooms: 5 DBL, 3 Twin, 2 TPL, 3 Quadruple, 1 Quintuple, 1 Septuple and 1 quad suite (Shahneshin). This traditional hotel also has a parking, a traditional coffeehouse, 24-hour reception, laundry & room service.
Its beautiful pool in the center of court yard is a typical of Persian gardens
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Policies of Isfahan Traditional Hotel
Amenities of Isfahan Traditional Hotel
Laundry with extra charge
- Baggage Room
- Coffee Shop
- Reception (24H)
- Room Service
- Safe Box
- Taxi Service
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