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Breakfast is very average. Don't expect a grand hotel providing small plates, dessert forks for breakfast use. Omelette counter is decent, the rest is unimpressive - hard potatoes, cold and dry gouda...
If rooms are facing the main street, very noisy on weekends at night...More
I liked my visit.The rooms were clean and quiet. The thing that makes it special is the architecture it's really beautiful.At night you can enjoy the view and their dinner is perfect especially the pizza and the Mojito.
The Abbasi Hotel claims to be the oldest hotel in the world still operating ... it started as a caravan sérail in the 17th century . The architecture and garden are still the old style but the hotel has been nicely adapted to the needs...More
Stayed here 2 nights. The Gardens are Nice and it Seems That they are renovating the rooms on the outside. This is one of the oldest hotels I have ever slept there is absolute No admosfeer in the lobby and the inside of the hotel...More
It is a very luxurious hotel for sure, the garden and lobby are beautiful. The entrance fee is expensive and I thought I could visit many parts of the hotel but everywhere I walked it was written(visitors not allowed to enter!) so, I could not...More
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Hair dryers in hotels in Iran is now a standard. At Abbisi hotel, all the amenities are provided also, shower cap, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, razor, lotion, q-tips, comb, etc, Also... More
Hair dryers in hotels in Iran is now a standard. At Abbisi hotel, all the amenities are provided also, shower cap, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, razor, lotion, q-tips, comb, etc, Also, coffee/tea pot, along with instant coffees, tea bags, sugars, powder creams.