The most beautiful and oldest hotel in the Middle East and maybe all over the world. If you travel to Isfahan this hotel is a must-see, one of the most beautiful historical sites and also the unique hotel in this city. One of the highly recommended hotels by passengers and you can see Isfahan's history and architecture simoultaintly.
It is not just a hotel, it is a treasury of the architectural art and unique subtlety of the Isfahanian artists, a museum of the most original and most beautiful pieces of art. More than 150 Isfahanian artists have tried to make this magnificent work a historic and magnificent place.
The hotel offers different standard rooms like Cheshmandaz, Pardis, Qajar, and Safavid suites. Enjoy a variety of facilities including a shower, dressing room, high-speed WiFi, LCD TV, hairdryer, safe, coffee and tea maker, minibar, fire detection system, etc. All Deluxe Suite facilities are provided in Safavieh and Qajar Suites. Plus, you have the best view of the garden in these suites.
You can eat and enjoy the best Iranian and International cuisine in the restaurants of the hotel which are decorated with mural paintings that back to the Safavid and Qajar Dynasty. You can enjoy the best Persian delicious food in the old or new restaurants in the hotel. All the Breakfast Hall, Naghshe Jahan restaurant, and Coffeeshop are designed with the best Iranian mirror works and paintings based on Qajar Style. A variety of tea, herbal drink, and Ash Reshte is served at the traditional teahouse. Cheshmandaz Restaurant is located on the roof of the hotel, so you can have a 360-degree view of Isfahan.
Sports facilities at the Abbassi 5* Hotel include a swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, massage, and gym club. After a busy day and lots of meetings and activities in Isfahan, you can relax and enjoy the rest of the day at the swimming pool. This swimming pool is designed in a modern way for your convenience. You can also enjoy the sauna and jacuzzi. You can buy Persian souvenirs at a handicrafts gallery (offering Miniature, Mina, silver jewelry, stone boxes, Khatam and Papier-mache), gold and silver jewelry, and Isfahan Traditional candies (like Gaz, Sohan, Poulaki, Nabaat).