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Abbasi Hotel, Isfahan

Hotel Facilities

The glorious architecture of Iran, like a piece of gem, has been constantly glittering among other architectural monuments of the world and has occupied a worthy place in the world of art. It was in the reign of the Safavids, that the city of Isfahan reached such a renown and elegance which was called ” half of the world”.
Among what has remained from the age of the Safavids, there still exists  a school, bazaar and  caravansaray complex which sparkles like a piece of jewelry at the side of Chahar Bagh street.
This complex was built at the time of king Sultan Hossein of Safavids about 300 years ago. King Soltan Hossein attributed this magnificent complex of building to his mother. That is why; it is called “the school and caravansaray of Madar-shah” (which means king’s mother).

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Key Elements

  • Restaurant
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Restroom Facilities for Disabled Guests in lobby
  • Elevator, Baggage Storage
  • Transportation Services
  • Air-conditioned public areas

Services

  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Business Center
  • Laundry
  • Breakfast in the Room
  • Currency Exchange
  • 24-Hour coffee shop

Well Located

The hotels are perfect starting points for trips to most of the business & shopping districts, 25 minutes from international Airport.

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