Mahinestan Raheb Hotel
Mahinestan Raheb Hotel is a historical house situated in Darb-e Bagh neighborhood of Kashan. It was built in the middle of the Qajar Period. Originally, it was Shah Yalani’s house, with a completely historical context. This two-floor building includes three yards: interior, exterior and one for the servants. In 2005, this building was registered as national heritage. It is noteworthy that in 2010, this house was repaired under the supervision of Ali Akbar Helli and it was open to guests by 2014. Despite its historical air and context, Mahinestan Raheb has modern features as well and through combining these two opposing elements, the guests are given an interesting experience. For instance, using free of charge internet in the cellar and the alcove and the summer and winter porch are experiences which may not be found in our everyday life. Cultural Heritage Organization has opted this building as the most elegant historical house. Reasonably speaking, this hotel does not owe all its uniqueness to its historical value. Mahinestan Raheb Hotel offers good services as well; like free tours of the city held on Saturdays and Wednesdays. The location is also spectacular. Tabatabaei Historic House, The Borujerdis Historic House, Fin Garden, Historic Bazaar of Kashan, etc.
Cancellation / Prepayment
If a reservation has to be canceled, customers will be charged a fee depending on how far from the departure date the cancellation takes place. 5 days prior to arrival – 100% of total stay amount 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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Kashan, located at an altitude of 1,600 m. above sea level, is one of the main cities of Isfahan province. It is 240 km. to the south of Tehran and 220 km. to the north of Isfahan and can be reached via a first-class highway, national road, or railway from Tehran and Isfahan. Kashan is a beautiful large oasis town on the western edge of the Great Desert Kavir.Kashan is poor in flora and fauna. The most typical plants are bushes and shrubs spreading over the steppes, but the landscape becomes richer with increased elevation.