The five-star Abbasi Hotel is among the oldest hotels in the world and one of the most famous hotels in Iran located in Chaharbagh Abbasi Street in Isfahan. With a magnificent Iranian architecture, this hotel was designed and built in 1106 AH at the order of Shah Sultan Hussein Safavi who then dedicated this complex to his mother. That is why the Abbasi Hotel was formerly known as the Royal Mother Caravanserai. The Abbasi Hotel is the only five-star hotel in Esfahan. Due to its architectural style which dates back to the early eighteenth century and is based on the architecture of the Safavid era, it is among the historical buildings of the city.
Abbasi Hotel has more than 225 rooms and suites including standard single and double rooms, Cheshm-andaz and Paradis rooms, Qajar and Safavid suites, two and three bedroom apartments. All of the mentioned rooms are equipped with special safety systems and are constructed based on international hotel standards.
The turquoise dome of Chaharbagh School creates a great view for garden-side rooms. Qajar and Safavid designs of some suites are amongst the interior design elements which are unique features of this hotel. Persian restaurants, traditional dining room, and the coffee shop provide the international guests a variety of Persian traditional food and drinks, as well as a unique incomparable atmosphere to enjoy.
The CNN Travel edition named Abbasi Hotel ‘the Middle East’s most beautiful hotel‘.