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Parsian Kowsar Hotel Tehran

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 days ago NEWvia mobile

I managed to sleep maximum 2 hours per night while staying here. The hotel is unbelievably hot, even leaving the window completely open (and the temperature was close to freezing outside) the room felt like a sauna due to a powerful stream of hot air from the air conditioning system that reception said could not be stopped. Plus you have...

Thank AT03215
Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

not a bad location in tehran. hotel is a bit drab but the welcoming staff make up for any short comings. even number rooms seem to be larger than odd number rooms. On tour return I was given 211 and the wardrobe door containing the fridge only half opened due to proximity of bed. rooms are good warm large bathrooms....

Thank MastG
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This hotel seems beyond the point where everything can be easily maintained. Its just plain old "worn out". Windows not properly closing (a significant issue when its freezing outside), toilets not flushing properly, bed sheets too small, leaking baths (bathroom floors flooding), curtains not closing properly and so on. But, the staff do a good job and the restaurant breakfast...

Thank CyclistSydney
Warrington, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Bit difficult to get the temperature of the room sorted. Too tired to worry about it most the time. Tehran is a full-on place. The restaurant was satisfactory but there are quite few restaurants nearby although you do need to be pointed in the right direction. e stayed two nights at the beginning of our trip and two at the...

Thank Eileen193
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Stayed here for 4 nights. A nightmare of a hotel and the staff were indifferent. In need of a lot of work. From plumbing to heating to television fixing. The location is central but the state of the hotel did not help. The heating did not work and it was -4 outside. The directory in the room was all wrong...

Thank Alissar G
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The location is ok but there was only one restaurant (that we could find) within walking distance. The hotel's own restaurant was fine but nothing special. Rooms were very clean and large, if a bit dated. Most staff were friendly, but we did have an issue when we called reception about a lack of bedding on our first night -...

Thank katieko
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 August 2016

Hiya! Stayed in this hotel for 3 nights last week when I was on holiday in Iran. This hotel has been recently modernized, good flat screen TV's in every room, good WIFI signal around the hotel, however the best thing about this hotel is the breakfast, which is one of the best I've ever had in my life - massive...

2Thank ali2015926
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 16 August 2016

The room was a decent size, but the fittings were a little dodgy - plug fitting pulling out of the wall for example. The toilet blocked easily and the beds and bed sheets were too small and scratchy. But about par for the course in Iran in my experience. The restaurant was fine, service was a little haphazard. The issue...

1Thank deborah_joye
Cholargos, Greece
Reviewed 15 August 2016

For Iranian standards maybe it is a very good hotel. For European standards, it is mediocre. The telephones at the rooms don’t work. You cannot make calls. You have to go to the operator. They don't speak good English.

Thank loloman73
Sale, Australia
Reviewed 2 May 2016

This hotel is in central Tehran, and accessible to public transport etc -however its tired. The rooms need repair, curtains off hooks and/or missing , air conditioner was dodgy, Keys don't work, windows don't open. The whole place was just tired....Lovely people, but reactive (not proactive).

2Thank malcock

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Additional Information about Parsian Kowsar Hotel Tehran

Address: No 8 Shahid Malaee Ave., Vali E Asr Str., Tehran 11369, Iran
Region: Iran > Tehran Province > Tehran
Hotel Class:4 star — Parsian Kowsar Hotel Tehran 4*
Number of rooms: 96
Also Known As:
Kowsal Hotel Tehran
Hotel Style:
#10 Luxury Hotel in Tehran
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