Ghasr Monshi boutique Hotel
Ghasre Monshi Palace is a remainder of Ghajjar Dynasty from early 1200’s SH (1820’s AD). Therefore, while the Palace provides an unforgettable experience in a beautiful Persian ambiance, it is also historically significant as it was one of Fatahali Shah’s few houses in Isfahan.
It is located conveniently in an area very close to historical sites in Isfahan. The Ghasre Monshi Alley connects the Ghasre Monshi Palace to the famous Isfahan Bazaar, a part that is home to handmade artifacts; many of Isfahan’s artifacts are handmade in the stores for everyone to see. On the alley, there is a Zurkhana, or a traditional Persian gymnasium. Once you get to Bazaar after 20 steps, the alley takes you straight to the famous Imam Khomeini Square, also known as Naghshe Jahan Square, historically important as it is a remainder from the Safavi Era. It is historically significant because as the economic center that all Bazaars connect to, it also holds religious symbols, as it surrounds the Aliqapu Mosque.
Zayanderood River is located about 600 meters to the south of the Palace; Zayanderood is the famous river that runs through the Polle Khajjou (Khajjou Bridge), See-O-Se Pol, (33 Bridges), and a park that surrounds the River.
Cancellation / Prepayment
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.
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- Private bathroom
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.