One of the hotels in Isfahan, Iran is Abbasi Hotel. The entire complex was built during the time of Sultan Hossein Safavi about 400 years ago. This inn, formerly known as Madaran Inn, was built as a traveler accommodation place.
Abbasi inn has 225 Rooms, Suites and Apartments, including standard Single and Double Rooms, Landscape and Pardis Rooms, Standard, Qajar, Safavid and Green Suites, and also two and three bedroom apartments, all consisting safety systems according to world standards. Rare and beautiful view of the garden and turquoise dome of Chaharbagh School bring a magnificent landscape for the rooms overlooking the garden.
Qajar and Safavid style architecture in some suites, is an interior design element found hardly in the same hotels.
The Standard Room has a view of the beautiful Isfahan and in simplicity consists amenities such as bathroom, toilet, high-speed Wi-Fi, LCD TV, hairdryer, safety box, tea and coffee service, mini bar, fire alarm system and etc.
The rooms with pleasant garden view has either simple layout and relaxing atmosphere along with all amenities. This room can’t have additional bed.
Double Suites has Qajar architectural style and romantic atmosphere, beautiful domes, painted doors and walls and garden view.
Garden View Suites have two Double bedrooms; The main building of these suites belongs to the Safavid period and its architecture is inspired by that time. The combination of stucco art, poetry, illuminated manuscript and Muqarnas created a unique space for these suites, which is rarely found in such hotels.
Abbasi Hotel policy
Check out up to 12h00 and check-in from 14h00.
Check-out within12h00 to 17h00 will cost a 50% fee, and after 17h00 will considered as an extra night. Stay fees for children between 5 to 10 years old are half-price (in case of not using the bed). The additional bed fee is according to the daily rate.
Enjoy Iranian and international dished in luxury restaurants and beautiful Abbasi dining room.
Chehel sotoon Restaurant
You will feel yourself in a beauty magnetism and elegance once you enter the Chehel sotoon Hall. Paintings on the walls in Safavid and Qajar styles, Dariush’s chair inspired by Darius the Great’s chair in the stone paintings of Persepolis, the artistic walls and ceiling, the pillars, the balustrades and floor, the doors and windows and even the lamps and the ceiling hangings make frequent beauty in the middle of this hall.
The Abbasi Hall is one of the most magnificent halls of this hotel. You can see the miracle of Isfahan’s artists’ hands in the roof and walls of the entrance hall, decorated with mirror art and Iranian argil art. Repeated identical patterns of the walls and ceiling covered with gold foil, depict the splendor of art and beauty in the edifice. Inside the hall, the wooden Muqarnas and the various elegant scutto art create a flow of color and light above the guests. Walls and ceiling gold foil enable a nice dazzling beauty for the room.