Ferdowsi Grand Hotel Tehran

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4 Star Hotel | Tehran Hotel | Luxury Hotel

Ferdowsi Grand Hotel is a very good hotel with 3000 square meters of floor space in Tehran. Ferdowsi hotel has brought pleasant and modern changes yet doesn’t forget touch of Persian heritage as well. This six story high hotel has 220 rooms, suites, royal suites and restaurants. Ferdowsi Grand hotel in Tehran offers traditional and modern Iranian cuisine and well as international cuisine and a buffet.


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  • Sport Complex
  • Suites & VIP Rooms
  • Conference Hall
  • Internet
  • Lobby
  • Coffee Shop
  • Transfer
  • Confectionery
  • Art Gallery
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool
  • Billiard
  • Body Building
  • Barber Shop
  • Massage
  • Traditional Restaurant

Room Facilities

  • Furnished with Persian rugs or carpets
  • Refrigerator
  • Mini Bar
  • Television
  • Air cleaning system
  • Phone for Long Distance
  • Modern Sound System
  • Satellite Connection
  • 24 Hours Room Service
  • Bathroom
  • Hairdryer


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The Ferdossi Grand has long been the choice of upper mid-range travelers seeking a bed near Tehran’s main sights. Great location, yes, but in years past we always described it as ‘comfortable’ – code for ‘functional but drab’. Not any more: new management has converted it into a spiffing new hotel.


Stayed here 1 night on the last night of our trip to Iran, and it was definitely an interesting stay , going by the décor, which I must admit, although quirky, it was nice to be in a hotel that doesn’t have the same homogenised, stereotypical look of hotels around the world, so full credit to the interior designer for being adventurous. Breakfast was very good. Dinner meals were a bit on the expensive side, but I would recommend the pizza place next door, as a cheap alternative as there are not a lot of restaurants in this part of town. There is a good restaurant on the way to the bazaar which serves traditional Persian food, but that doesn’t appear to be open for dinner, it was open for lunch though. The bazaar itself is close, about 2 klms by foot.






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