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Bekhradi Hotel Isfahan is particular because of its traditional theme. Bekhradi Hotel is placed in northern part of Isfahan in one of the historical district named Sonbolestan. It is told that the Bekhradi House dates back to about 400 years ago in Safavid era. The large blue tile pool with a splashing fountain in central courtyard and buildings with eye-catching stucco art all around the yard could absorb any tradition and culture lover. There are a variety of suites could be chosen based on the group size of the guests. The hotel is equipped by modern facilities to provide vacationers a stay with both taste of convenience and tradition. Interested guests can enjoy traditional tea house in the hotel to relieve the pressure of daily stress filled life. Accommodating at this hotel will give you the chance of experiencing a different hotel stay as the hotel is one those houses which changed to be a hotel to restore the antique feeling of history and culture.
In 1999, Mr. Bekhradi purchased this Safavid building and started its complete restoration and remodelling. The many years of experience and expertise of Mr. Bekhradi in the field of interior design and restoration of historical monuments enabled him to give a new life this old and once-burnt-down historical house. His main attention has been focused on restoring the house back to its original conditions by taking into account the practicalities and functionalities of a modern house in the 21st century.
Although the original architectural design has stayed the same, the interior layout and functionality of the house have been completely modified during its restoration (1999 – 2005). There are a total of 4 Royal Safavid suites, each with a full-facility bathroom. The Talar or Great Hall is used as the breakfast and dining room.
From 2017 to 2019, Mr. Bekhradi has accomplished the restoration and renovation of a Qajar building right next to the Safavid one. The Qajar building contains 20 rooms and along with the Safavid building they has the capacity of hosting 65 persons.
If a reservation has to be cancelled, customers will be charged a fee depending on how far from the departure date the cancellation takes place.
5 days prior to arrival or No-show – 100% of total stay amount The cancellation fees listed here will apply to all reservations unless the Hotel booked has exceptions.
Isfahan experiences a moderate and dry climate on the whole. It is the country’s third largest city and it is famous for its handicrafts such as silk carpets, silverware, copper work, woodwork, brass work, pottery also special sweets (Gaz) and traditional delicious foods. The city is also well known for its Qalamkari; hand printed cotton fabrics.