Mehr Chain Hotels

Mehr Chain Hotels

city: Yazd
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Mehr Chain Hotels:

1- Malek-o Tojar antique hotel

This hotel is an ancient mansion once belonged to a man one of the well-known business men whose title was "Malek-o Tojjar". The various rooms of the building have unique characteristics each adorned with paintings on the walls and ceilings. The beautiful porch, winter and summer chambers, terrace, amazing wooden pillars, the eye-catching court yard, the wind catcher, the pool, the mirror room have considerably added to the beauty of the building.
Malek-o Tojjar is the first mud brick hotel. Its unique characteristics have changed it into a residential utopia for those who seek comfort and peace. The central courtyard and the basement which is used as a traditional restaurant serving local and international recipes besides its coffee shop. This hotel has 23 rooms.

FACILITIES:
Full services, Jacuzzi, mini bar, TV, modern heating and cooling systems,  wireless internet, central  internet cafe, satellite TV, physician, full insurance coverage, billiard, table tennis, chess ,cashmere, other fabrics and handicraft show room, safe box, plane and train ticket booking, horse and camel riding, local Yazd tours, desert tours, visiting  the wildlife accompanied by a local guide.

Address: Panj-e Ali Bazaar,Qiam Ave, Yazd

 

2- Fahadan Museum Hotel

This hotel is situated in an old mansion known as the Tehraniha house which belongs to Qajar era. The Tehrani family as carpet traders lived in this house above 250 years ago. The beauty and the magnificence of the building caused it to be used as the economic consul office of some European countries such as France and Germany in the past. This mansion includes three courtyards, three attractive wind catchers, a lofty traditional hall, well chamber. Available antiques on view are of the unique features of this place. The courtyards are used as the coffee shop and the restaurant. This hotel has 30 rooms.

FACILITIES:
Complete with Jacuzzi, mini bar, LCD TV, modern heating and cooling systems, wireless internet access, central internet café, satellite, physician, complete insurance coverage, show room of handicrafts, cashmere and some other fabrics, safe box, booking plane and train tickets, horse and camel riding's tour, enjoying the desert wildlife with local guides.

Address: Opposite Alexander Prison, Fahadan St, Yazd

 

3- Mehr Traditional Hotel

This hotel is an old mansion known as Yazdi Zargar's (jeweler). House date back to the Qajar era, above 250 years ago. The landlord was one of Iranian jewelry merchants. Mehr is the first and the only Iranian hotel being awarded an honorary prize by UNESCO. This building is the biggest historical hotel of Yazd, includes: a court yard, a wind catcher, a traditional hall, a beautiful basement now in use, a porch, an impressive roof. The central courtyard is also a traditional restaurant, serving local and international recipes, besides a coffee shop. This hotel has 23 rooms.

FACILITIES:
Full services , Jacuzzi, mini bar, modern heating and cooling systems,  wireless internet, internet café, satellite TV, on call  physician, insurance coverage, billiard, table tennis, chess, cashmere, some other fabrics and handicraft show room, camel riding, city and desert tours, enjoying the wildlife with local guides.

 

4- Lab-e Khandaq Historical Hotel

This hotel is located in an ancient mansion known as Tayyebi house in Lab-e-Khandaq neighborhood. The building's date, back to the late Qajar era. The building enjoys a main courtyard, a wind catcher, a traditional hall. This hotel has 10 rooms.

FACILITIES:
Full service, Jacuzzi, Mini bar, TV , heating and cooling modern systems, wireless internet access, internet cafe', satellite TV, physician, full insurance coverage, safe box, booking  plane and train tickets, riding horses and camels, and the local Yazd tours, desert  tour, visiting  the wildlife accompanied  by  a local guide, as well as horse cab riding.

Address: Lab-e Khandaq Alley, Qiam Ave, Yazd


 

 

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