Ghasre Monshi Palace is located in the city of Half-the-World (Isfahan) on Neshat street; thus it has easy access to major attractions of the city. Its construction dates back to around 1820 AD as a palace originally. Thus, while the palace provides a memorable experience in a beautiful Persian atmosphere, it is also a historically important place as one of the Qajar king’s houses in Isfahan. The hotel is so close to the famous Isfahan Bazaar, the part of it that has the handmade artifacts of the bazaar in the stores for you to observe and buy as souvenirs. Once you get to Bazaar after 20 steps, the alley takes you straight to the famous Naghshe Jahan Square.While Ghasre Monshi is historically significant, it has undergone a major renovation with the supervision of Isfahan’s Cultural Heritage Organization to ensure preservation of its historic facade and values. Ghasre Monshi Boutique Hotel is proud of Persian culture, history, and cuisine.The rooms of this hotel are of three types of single, double and triple and are ready to welcome and accommodate its respectable guests. By staying at this nice hotel with a perfect restaurant, as guests you will experience some of the best moments of your lives during your Iran tour and while you are visiting fabulous city of Isfahan and its nice architecture.
Ghasr Monshi Boutique Hotel Isfahan to Naghshe Jahan Square. 14 min. walk.
Ghasr Monshi Boutique Hotel Isfahan to Hasht Behesht Palace. 18 min.walk.
Ghasr Monshi Boutique Hotel Isfahan to Chehel Sotoun Palace.6 min by car.
Ghasr Monshi Boutique Hotel Isfahan to Si_o_Seh pool Bridge.10 min by car.
Ghasr Monshi Boutique Hotel Isfahan to Vank Cathedral. 25 min by car.
Ghasr Monshi Boutique Hotel Isfahan to Isfahan Music Museum. 25 min by car.
Ghasr Monshi Boutique Hotel Isfahan to Isfahan Airport. 40 min by car.
1)Check-in time of hotels is usually 14:00 and check-out time is 12:00 PM in Iran.
2)Pets are not normally allowed to enter hotels in Iran.
3)Tourists are permitted to stay in Iran’s hotels even if they are not married to each other by law.
4)In all hotels of Iran, breakfast is included in your night’s stay. But most hotels have restaurants also serving lunch and dinner, but the extra expenses should be paid by you.
In most hotels especially the hotels that have more than three stars, primary facilities such as TV, towel, soap, shampoo, sandals, brush, toothpaste and safety box exist and the minibar of the fridge include mineral water, juice and snack. Hotels are equipped with air conditioning depending on the season.
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