Abbasi Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Amadegah St. Chaharbagh Ave., Esfahan, Iran

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  • Families91
  • Couples82
  • Solo86
  • Business86
  • RoseAmano's Profile Photo

    Iran's one of the best accommodation

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    If you stay in Esfafan, I reccomend to stay here. you will be satisfy. Of course, five stars.
    There a museum, chaihane, and some iranian handcraft shops. Reserve here.
    Abbasi

  • TheWanderingCamel's Profile Photo

    How splendid!

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    This is a hotel to dazzle the eye. A magnificently restored 17th century caravanserai, set around a most beautiful garden. There ia a large restaurant,a 24 hour coffeeshop and a delightful teahouse in the garden. Prices in the usual array of hotel shops are good, the service was charming and I would certainly recommend you spoil yourself and stay here when you visit Esfahan.

    Unique Quality: The foyers and restaurant are exquisitely decorated with frescoes and delicately traced patterns in a style beloved of Iranians. The standard rooms are large and comfortable, if a little gloomy, and there are lovely suites furnished in traditional style with rugs and low floor cushions in the salon as well as in more conventional Western style.

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    Directions: The hotel is very central to nearly all the places of interest in Esfahan and everybody knows where it is.

  • kaveh-A's Profile Photo

    Live in 400 years age

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    During staying there, I was thinking my self that I am living in 400 years ago.
    The decoration and furniture is in a way that you can imagine yourself as a king!!!
    Best food and excellent services are some fitures of this Hotel.
    Pricing, in comparison with the services is also Ok. I think it's not too expensive too pay 80 USD/night for a single room and at the same time you feel like a king, enjoy the very nice view of the hotel and eat a nice breakfast

  • iwys's Profile Photo

    The nicest hotel in Iran

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    The beautiful, 5* Abbasi Hotel is the best in Isfahan and the nicest I saw in Iran. No expense was spared in restoring this 300-year-old caravanserai.

    The restaurant is good and it's very pleasant to drink tea in the garden in the late afternoon.

    Room rates range from $80 for a Standard Single room to $300 for a Royal Apartment.

    Unique Quality: The shops inside the hotel have some high-quality arts and crafts at quite reasonable prices. I bought a 55-year-old Isfahani carpet for no more than I'd have paid in the bazaar.

    Directions: The Abbasi is in the centre of Isfahan, near all the main tourist attractions.

  • woef's Profile Photo

    Persian dream

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    This is one of the nicest hotels i ever stayed in. Amazing hotel. It 's a modern hotel but the hotel is still in traditional persian art. It's not all ancient, but a team of craftsmen spent about 672000 hours to built its new sections.
    The central garden is stunning.
    Abbasi Hotel

    Unique Quality: Gardens, meeting rooms, suites, swimming pool, sauna,restaurants, internet (slow),....

    Directions: Central esfahan

  • kaveh1981's Profile Photo

    living like a king

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    If you want to live in a nice place feeling that you are a king commnig with your prance ,I offer you too choose abbasi hotel.
    you can see very beutiful drawings in all olaces, when you want to eat in it;s resturants you can feel living in 15th centry because of it's architecture.

  • behrooz77ir's Profile Photo

    Abasi hotel

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    Abbasi Hotel (Isfahan) The triplet, acomplex of caravanserai, Bazaar, Mosque and Madarshahi School, are valuable monuments of the last era of the brilliant Safavid architecture about 400 years old, that of Shah sultan Hussein, remaining to this day.
    In 1958 on the suggestion of Andre Goddard, then consultant to the Main Department of Archeology, Isfahan and thanks to the efforts of Iran Insurance Company, reconstruction and renovation of the Caravanserai resumed, transforming it into the now five-star traditional hotel. In 1972, the eastern section completely rebuilt, was appended to the complex rendering it a well-equipped self- contained hotel

  • Cultural but new

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    If you do not stay in Abbassi hotel go and visit it ,Don't be fooled by the ordinary appearance of the hotel on the street, inside is beautiful. The oasis you see here is the courtyard garden, with the teahouse in the back.

  • Haali's Profile Photo

    The best Hotel in Esfahan or may be in Iran

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    The Hotel was originally built as a caravanserai by the mother of Shah Sultan Hossein, the last the Safavid ruler. The old caravanserai was restored in the '60 as the luxury 5* Abbasi Hotel. To stay at the Abbasi Hotel is to walk through history. This reconverted caravanserai, bazaar and school, dating from the 17th century, is now a luxury hotel replete with exquisite decorations, gorgeous restaurants, and an expansive courtyard where guests can dine, enjoy tea and relax under the stars. The Abbasi is Iran's finest property and one of the world's great hotels. And for visitors to Isfahan, a stay at the Abbasi is an experience to savor.

    Unique Quality: The "cut outs" of the music room in the A'li Qapu Palace were also used in the 1960's renovations of this dining room. The Entrance Hallway and the beautiful hotel garden are among the other sections which combining strength and the Persian originality and artistic finesse.

    Directions: The hotel stands in the business center
    ( Chaharbagh-e- Abbassi ) 25 Km from the airport , 15 Km from the railroad station and 5 Km from the inter-city bus terminal.

  • allouc's Profile Photo

    Iranian answer to Ruffles.

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    Restored caravan serai. One of the most beautiful hotels I have ever stayed in. Rooms could have been better and so could have been the service. Ask for the tour of the hotel and you will be amazed.

    Unique Quality: I guess if the Queen of England stayed there it must be good...

    Directions: 10 minutes walk from Imam Square.

  • aadil's Profile Photo

    5* hotel at 3* prices!!!

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    The Abbasi Hotel is one of the grandest hotels in Iran and you have to spend atleast one night there for the sheer ambience of the place. Or atleast go there for the tea and cakes in its restaurant. Live music is played in the courtyard in the evenings.
    Hardly anything compared to any other five star hotel in any other country. Just USD 80.00 per night approximately in 1999 prices.

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trains from Esfahan to yadz

by susan.castillejo

hello out there! does anyone knonw if there are trains...direct or indirect between Esfahan and Yadz, how long they take etc etc? How easy is it to travel alone, stay in hotels etc for women?

RE: RE: trains from Esfahan to yadz

by GyuriFT

"hello out there! does anyone knonw if there are trains...direct or indirect between Esfahan and Yadz, how long they take etc etc"

http://www.rajatrains.com/indexf.asp

"How easy is it to travel alone, stay in hotels etc for women?"

what I did hear it's not difficult. The trains are cheap, so if you prefere, just "buy out" the whole 4-bed compartment and you are alone.

RE: trains from Esfahan to yadz

by MalenaN

I travelled alone for a month in Iran last summer and it was fine. People are mostly kind and helpful, there was some stares and comments, but that is easy to ignore.
Don't stay at the most cheap places that you can find as there are many times not okej for single woman to stay there. In Esfahan I stayed at Aria Hotel and in Yazd at Silk Road Hotel. Both are very nice and cost 15 dollars, including breakfast.
Between the two cities I travelled by bus, which is faster than the train, and they are also frequent. In the buses you will be seated between another women.

RE: trains from Esfahan to yadz

by JohnniOmani

no need to get the train because the bus system in iran is excellent. there is a very easy and direct route to yazd. if you want a great place to stay then contact me or check out my yazd page. cheers
jz

RE: trains from Esfahan to yadz

by indra2005

Hi,
I was in Iran month ago. We stayed in Amir Kabir Hostel in Esfahan and Silk Road Hotel in Yazd. There were many people from abroad and nice atmosphere. Especially I liked Silk Road hotel.

RE: trains from Esfahan to yadz

by 12Apostles

G'Day Susan,

Not sure if you are already in Iran or not; but would like to let you know Aria Hotel opposite Abbasi Hotel is a good place to stay. Not sure about Yazd but to go to Yazd, simply catch the coach as they are nice and confortable and don't stop to load and unload passengers...

Have a lovely time in Esfahan, my hometown!

Thanks,

M

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Address: Amadegah St. Chaharbagh Ave., Esfahan, Iran