Abbasi Hotel | Stay In the Heart of History

Abbasi Hotel | Stay In the Heart of History

In the year 1106, Shah  Sultan Hussein Safavi, the last king of Safavid ordered the construction of a caravansary (that called Abbasi Hotel these days). Upon completion, she gave it to her mother! For this reason, the hotel is famous to Mother of Shah caravansary.

Prestige

  • World’s oldest domicile
  • The Most beautiful ancient domicile
  • The Most beautiful Middle Eastern hotel
  • The only five star hotel in Isfahan
  • There is an Iranian garden in the hotel
Garden
Garden

Appearance

  • The magnificent Safavid architecture
  • Compositional colors
  • three floors
  • 225 rooms
  • Having a beautiful and vast Persian garden
  • Furniture inspired by historical thrones (Dariush throne)
Hotel Abbasi
Hotel Abbasi

Garden

Undoubtedly, one of the most beautiful parts of the Abbasi Hotel is its garden, which is known as the Persian Garden in the whole world. The luxurious garden and guesthouse with a total area of 6000 square meters, with flowers and trees, and the river that passes through the middle of it, give a delight to the courtyard of the guest house.

Different parts of the hotel

  • Garden area
  • Abbasi Hall
  • Hall of Mirrors
  • Turquoise Hall
  • Marble Hall
  • Hall of Fame
  • Restaurant
  • lobby
  • Corridors
  • Cafe
  • Sports club (including swimming pool, dry and steam sauna, Jacuzzi, gym and massage services)

Abbasi hotel dining

  • Chehel-Sotoon Restaurant
  • Breakfast room
  • Naghsh-e Jahan café
  • Traditional Restaurant
  • Traditional Teahouse
  • Landscape Restaurant

Rooms

Abbasi hotel has 225 rooms, suites and apartments. All rooms are equipped with safety systems that approve the standards of the day. Exceptional and beautiful views of the garden and the dome of the four-story school of turquoise will bring fresh landscapes to the overlooking garden. The Qajar and Safavid architectural style of some of the suites, including interior design elements, is found in fewer hotels in the world like it.

  • Standard room
  • The Vision Room
  • Campus room
  • Campus Suite
  • Qajar Suite
  • Safavid Suite

Stores

  • Mahdi Carpet Gallery
  • Handmade Carpet Store
  • Ancient Persian Garment Store
  • Shop for Iranian Painting and Handicraft
  • Watch Store
  • Gold store, jewelry and jewelry
  • Isfahan Food Souvenirs
  • Bookstore and Card
  • Currency exchange

Abbasi Hotel Access

Address: Isfahan, At the beginning of Amadegah Street

Contact number: 031-32226010-19

Distance from the terminal: 14 km

Distance from the railway: 15 km

Distance from the airport: 25 km

You can book your hotel room In the site of hotel

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Hotel Abbasi

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