Markazi Iran Hotel
Markazi Iran Hotel is one of the oldest and most historic hotels in Tehran which is a historic monument and was registered at the Cultural Heritage Organization with the name of Central Hotel in 1312. Markazi Iran Hotel was renovated in 2013 by Iranian architects and now with more than eight decades of professional hospitality in the field of tourist accommodation is ready to serve both foreign and Iranian travelers.
The hotel is located in the center of Tehran, so that it allows you access major commercial centers including the Grand Bazaar of Tehran, governmental departments, banks and large city hospitals, and finally embassies of Germany, Britain, Turkey, Russia and France. Metro station, bus station and BRT lines are also reachable from the hotel within a few minutes. Golestan Palace, National Museum, and Abgineh Museum are some of the attractions which you can easily access while staying at this hotel.
Rooms are fully equipped with facilities and due to 24 hours room services, they are always clean and tidy. Markazi Iran Hotel is renovated once a year to be always attractive and charming for dear guests. The restaurant of the hotel with a diverse menu of Persian and Western cuisines along with reasonable prices have made this restaurant popular among other restaurants in this area. The coffee shop of the hotel with its mouth-watering beverages is a great place to spend some time and enjoy your stay.
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.
- Air Condition
- Car hire
- Private bathroom
- Room service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Valet parking
Tehran is the capital of Iran and the largest city, the second-largest city in Western Asia, and the third-largest in the Middle East.
Tehran is a modern metropolis with a traditional side known for welcoming different cultures, ethnicity, and nationalities into its loving arms.
Tehran may be the city of high-rise buildings, chic restaurants, gardens, graffiti art and lights that shine brightly in the dark of the night but it’s the warmth and hospitality of its inhabitants and the diversity of its lifestyle that forever captures the hearts of visitors.
Tehran is home to many historical collections, including the royal complexes of Golestan (UNESCO world heritage site), Sadabaad and Niavaran Palace, where the two last dynasties of the former Imperial State of Iran were seated. Tehran's most famous landmarks include the Azadi Tower and the Milad Tower, the world's sixth-tallest self-supporting tower which was completed in 2007. The Tabiat Bridge, a newly-built landmark, was completed in 2014.