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Abbasi Hotel, Isfahan

Abbasi Hotel

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Our rating: Premium | Property style: Hotel

Built during the reign of Shah Sultan Hussein in the 18th century, the four-star Abbasi Hotel was once a caravanserai meeting the needs of travelling merchants. The building is 300 years old and the historical background can be seen in the many paintings and patterns adorning the interior, as well as the artefacts in the beautiful gardens. Abbasi Hotel has 225 rooms and suites all featuring high-speed Wi-Fi, an LCD Television, a hair dryer, a safety box, coffee and tea facilities, a minibar and an en suite bathroom. Relax in the Sports Club complete with a pool, sauna, gym, Jacuzzi and massage service. You are spoilt for choice with multiple eateries including the Chehelsotoun Restaurant (holding up to 400 people), the Chashmandaz Restaurant located on the roof with a 360-degree view of Isfahan, the Naghsh-i-Jahan coffee shop offering sweet treats and pizza, the breakfast buffet room and the Sofrehkhaneh serving traditional Iranian cuisine.

Abbasi Hotel

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