Bekhradi House
Ibn-e Sina St., Behind Amin Hospital, Sonbolestan Alley, No. 56

Bekhradi House is Iran’s first and only Safavid historical house to be restored and used as a traditional Bed and Breakfast (B&B) since 1999.


 Bekhradi House is for travelers looking for the privacy of a hotel with the comforts and conveniences of home. Each of Bekhradi House’s guestrooms and suites has been individually designed to ensure unique historical character with modern features that will make your stay unforgettable.

Chehel Panjereh Apartment Hotel
Sa’adi Park St., Chehel Panjereh Apartment Hotel

Step into Chehel Panjereh Hotel and experience a world of cozy comforts, impeccable design and flawless services. Each of the rooms has a unique design and is planned to make you feel perfectly at home.

From board meetings to lavish exhibitions, this comfortable and family-run Isfahan hotel is the perfect setting for your events. The Chehel Panjereh Café is a delightful setting for afternoon treats.

Zohreh Hotel
Ferdowsi St., Zohreh Hotel

The Zohreh Hotel is for those looking for a comfortable place along with a combination of traditional architecture and outstanding modern facilities.  

Zohreh Hotel is located in the city center and near Naqsh-e Jahan square. The hotel’s Ariana teahouse offers a great view of Isfahan.

Abbasi Hotel
Chahar Baq-e Abbasi St., Beginnig of Amadgah St.

Abbasi Hotel is a traditional hotel and a Safavid Caravansary built 300 years ago. This magnificent hotel is one of the top choices in Isfahan due to its beautiful Persian decorations as well as Qajar and Safavid wall paintings. The hotel has 225 rooms, suites and apartments with unique decorations designed to captivate guests. Abbasi Hotel has three restaurants Chehel Sotoun, Mirror Hall and Ali Qapu Hall. The hotel has a Persian garden lined with waterways, tall trees and heavenly scented flowers where guests of the hotel can sit to enjoy meals and have Persian tea. The hotel is within walking distance of Naqsh-e Jahan Square and its attractions.

Parsian Kowsar Hotel
Mellat Blvd.

One of the establishments managed by the Parsian Group, the five-star Kowsar Hotel is situated near the bank of the Zayandeh River and the historical Si-o-se Pol bridge. The hotel has six residential floors, one events floor and a total of 194 rooms and suites. All rooms come with air-conditioning, refrigerators, television sets, tea makers, hairdryers, ironing facilities, and en suite bathrooms. Extra beds are provided upon request. The hotel has three permanent restaurants, two seasonal restaurants and a coffee shop where guests can enjoy a host of tasty Persian and international meals, snacks and drinks. Guests can also order room service 24/7 and dine in the comfort of their hotel rooms. Guests can enjoy snacks and drinks at the Kowsar business center while tending to their work obligations. The hotel has a number of halls and rooms suitable for holding events, seminars, conventions and business meetings. Kowsar Hotel has a pool, Jacuzzi, workout facilities and a garden. This establishment has an in-house travel agent, 24/7 taxi service and an ATM machine for the convenience of guests. The hotel also offers guests laundry services. Free parking is available for those traveling with their own vehicles. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout this hotel.  Kowsar Hotel staff speak English in addition to Persian.

Parsian Suite Hotel
Infront of Si-o Se Pol , Ayneh Khane Blvd.

The three-star Parsian Suite Hotel in Isfahan is a cozy and comfortable establishment located near Zayandeh River and its historical Si-o-se Pol and Khaju bridges. The hotel’s proximity to shopping centers, restaurants and historical attractions makes it an attractive choice of accommodation in Isfahan. Parsian Suite Hotel has 50 rooms that all come with air conditioning, en suite bathrooms, hairdryers, television sets and satellite TV channels, refrigerators and in-room safes. Guests can also take care of business and send emails at the hotel’s well equipped business center. The hotel has a restaurant that overlooks Zayandeh River and a coffee shop where guests can enjoy meals and snacks.  Wi-Fi is available throughout this hotel for the convenience of guests.

Atiq Traditional Hotel
Shohada Sq., Ebn-e-Sina (Avicenna) St, 37th Alley

Built nearly 200 years ago in the Qajar era (1785-1925), Atiq is a traditional hotel close to many of Isfahan’s historical attractions including the UNESCO registered Naqsh-e Jahan Square along with the Isfahan Bazaar, Lutfollah and Shah (Imam) Mosques, Ali Qapu Palace and Jame Mosque.

Atiq is a traditional house which was converted into a hotel and has been registered as a National Heritage Site. Like all traditional homes Atiq has an Andarouni (interior), which was the private quarters used by women and servants, a Birouni (exterior), which was the public quarters mostly used by men, and living quarters for the servants, three Hashtis (vestibule) and long corridors. The house has eye-catching stained glass, subtle stucco relief and Muqarnas (ornamented vaulting) decorations as well as wall paintings.

The hotel has a rectangular Howz (pool) at the center of its small Persian garden where guests can sit on carpeted platforms, relax and enjoy a cup of tea after a long day of sightseeing. 

Atiq has a total of 20 rooms that can accommodate varying numbers of guests. Rooms at this hotel come with safes, hairdryers, tea makers, television sets, minibars and en suite bathrooms. The hotel has a restaurant that serves a variety of Persian dishes. Atiq has a teahouse that is open in the summertime.

This establishment has baggage storage services as well as an in-house travel agent for the convenience of guests. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout this hotel. Atiq Hotel’s staff speak English in addition to Persian.