Considered the most beautiful residence in the country, the famous Abbasi Hotel, with many suites and rooms as well as a lovely pool, meets all western standards of what a five-star hotel should be. Though the rooms may seem somewhat out-dated, the building is truly dazzling. Built in the 17th century during the Safavid era, under the leadership of Sultan Hossein, it hosted a caravanserai, a Koranic school, and a bazaar.
The structure is typical of the architecture of Isfahan with its azure dome and arches on two floors. The 80-metre-wide square courtyard has a superb Persian garden planted with mulberry trees and cypresses, as well as a central basin. This wonderful haven is accessible to non-residents who can come and enjoy a steaming tea, smoke a hookah, or eat in one of the restaurants. But whether you decide to stay there or not, the hotel is undoubtedly one of the places to visit in Isfahan.
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Rooms: from 5,786,228 IRR