Isfahan Abbasi Hotel

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The luxurious five-star Abbasi Hotel, the oldest hotel in the world and one of the largest hotels in Iran, is 300 years old and is located on Chaharbagh Abbasi Street in the museum city of Isfahan. This hotel was designed and built in 1106 AH by the order of Shah Sultan Hossein Safavid with magnificent Iranian architecture and in 1351 its building was renovated in a modern style with unique amenities and in accordance with international standards. Abbasi Guest House or Shah Abbas Hotel, which has been named one of the most beautiful guest houses in the world, is the only five-star hotel in Isfahan with 225 accommodation units, which offers an exceptional view of the garden and turquoise dome of Chaharbagh School, a unique view for residents. Its location in the historical context of the city and its easy access to numerous recreational and tourist places such as Hasht Behesht Palace, 33 pol Bridge, Naghsh-e Jahan Square and Monar-Janban building are the prominent features of this complex. By staying in this hotel, which is one of the tourist attractions of the city, you will have a unique experience in the famous city of Isfahan. The experienced staff of Abbasi Hotel wish a pleasant stay for the guests.

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Hotel Facilities

Bar
Breakfast Included
Business center
coffee shop
Computer with internet
Conference rooms
Dry Cleaning
Elevator
fire alarm
Free Parking
Free WiFi
Gym
Indoor swimming pool
laundry
lobby
Loundry Service
Meeting Room
pool
restaurant
Room Service
Spa
Wheelchair Access
wifi
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Check In 12:00 pm
Check Out 12:00 pm

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