Staying in traditional house hotels has always been one of the attraction of travelling for many tourists. It not only enables them to experience the charms of living in a traditional ambiance, but also provides them with the chance of living with local people and enjoying local foods.
Having many historic cities and old houses, Iran has a great potential for this sort of residence and in many cities these houses are being retrofitted as traditional house hotels.
Arian Tour is renovating one of these houses which is located in downtown Tehran, in a 15-minute walking distance from Grand Bazaar and Golestan Palace. It will be the first traditional hostel in Tehran.
This property is 600 meters and has two different wings; Qajar: 130 years old and Pahlavi: 70 years old.
At the moment the hostel is being retrofitted according to the latest standards to guarantee the safety and comfort of the guests. The finished property will have 10 rooms and 50 beds, a traditional restaurant, a roof garden, a traditional Iranian yard with an antique pool in the center and a TV room.