The 5 star Homa hotel is only a short distance from all major cultural and historical attractions, political and economical centers.
Quiet place with helpful, engaging service but worn, overpriced rooms and squat toilets.
The charm of high-ceilinged rooms, ‘50s-era Bakelite telephones, a manual switchboard and decades-old furnishings is offset by dripping taps, grubby floors and, apart from Davoud, grumpy service.
This mall has 6 floors and over 700 business units, 4 metal and glass elevators and escalators, 3 sets of stairs and 8 entrances
Small, clean rooms in a lively street. Toilets are squats.
The 48 small but comfortable rooms are clean and the service is professional.
The ex-InterContinental is the best choice among the fading prerevolution luxury hotels because it is so well located north of Park-e Laleh.
A recent face-lift has transformed the Mashad into a good-value, well-located mid-range option.
Mashhad Hostel is located in central area of Tehran, Iran.
Among the best of several upmarket modern apartment hotels in northern Tehran, the Media is located in north of Tehran, Near Mellat Park and Abbas Abad Tourism Zone..
Set around a small courtyard away from the e of Amir Kabir St, this 22-room place is one of the best deals in the area for its price and location above a very local chaykhaneh (teahouse).
The Parasto Hotel is a compact, no-frills but clean and welcoming lower-midrange choice in a quiet street. There`s a modest restaurant but no lift.
Far from most sights but near to the trendy Africa and Jordan areas, the Pariz`s 40 rooms – some with kitchenettes – are not as sharp as some but are good value.
The Ramtin`s 55 spacious rooms are otherwise reasonably well equipped and double-glazed, which cuts most of the noise of Tehran’s main commercial strip.
The Safir Hotel is known for its Indian tandoor restaurant. But the reliably clean, compact three-star standard rooms won`t disappoint you and nor will the service.