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Hotel Azadi

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEWvia mobile

Very terrible Quality of foods are very bad and employer have not good relation Room was very dark and had a bad smell Yo can not be quiet there and you can not rest there because it is on the side of a very traffic street

Thank Alireza E
Hong Kong, China
Reviewed 2 February 2017

The Azadi Hotel is near the centre of Esfahan. It’s not fancy, but it is a good value hotel with a large lobby area and large rooms. Unfortunately, the bed in our room was not very comfortable at all – you could feel every spring! Breakfast was pretty good. A reasonable place to stay…

Thank Keith R
Capelle, Nederland
Reviewed 24 September 2016 via mobile

We stayed for one night at hotel azadi. The room was big and tidy, i slept great! The breakfast was ok. The people at the reception were really nice, they gave us a warm welcome and when we were on our laptops using the wifi next to the lobby (the wifi is the best at that spot) we got free...

Amstelveen, The Netherlands
Reviewed 6 March 2016

Nice enough hotel, but we had a bit of trouble getting our laundry done. THere was a promise it should be done the following day, but it was not. As we were leaving later that day and needed clean stuff, we were rather disappointed. The staff was at first not very understanding, but later they got it done after all,...

Thank Leny R
Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Reviewed 13 January 2016 via mobile

We stayed 2 overnights in hotel Azadi Esfahan. The hotel is situated on a busy street, but the area seemed safe & quiet at night. It is relatively close to the main city attractions: Chehel sotun, Emam square, the bazar, some 10-15 min slow walk to the square... The room was warm and comfortable. Wifi worked well in the lobby...

1Thank batakoja
Tabriz, Iran
Reviewed 9 December 2015

i think the best thing about this hotel is that it's located in the city center and u can easily reach to the city's main landmarks by here! the rooms r not so much luxury but neat at all. there is a green grass sport ground in the back of hotel that makes your room's view much more pleasant.

1Thank Ahad-IranTourGuide
Reviewed 27 July 2009

Hotel that has good standards, rooms are smaller than in Kowsar hotel teheran, facilities are better. Hotel is located near a main street that may be noisy. near the central square (almost 15mn walk) near Tchahar bagh school. Shops and post office nearby. I only experience breakfast, which was good. (buffet) Staff was friendly, no problem during my stay. The...

2Thank coldfish_8
Reviewed 21 April 2009

One of the best accommodation experiences in Iran. Friendly staff, new rooms, good location, attentive service

1Thank Tubarao
St. Petersburg, Russia
Reviewed 12 January 2008

I've stayed at this hotel in December 2007 and found it to be very nice. The room was brand new, the TV had a few English channels and even the Internet (cable) was available in the room for an insignificant charge (like $1/hr or so). Funny detail: if you turn "Do not disturb" switch on, little light outside the door...

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Reviewed 6 January 2008

The location is good, but the staff is really horrible. They try to charge you for everything they can, from the money exchange to the breakfast. Iranians are great people , very nice, but avoid the ones at this hotel. It's a trap

4Thank LeonardoAversa

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Hi dear customers from everywhere all around the world. Welcome to our beautiful and historical city Isfahan. We are proud to be your host in our beautiful Hotel Azadi in the good place of Isfahan city very near to historical places like Imam square and Aliqapoo and Zaiande Rood 33 Pol. We try to give you good service in our hotel. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Hotel Azadi

Address: Chahar Baghe Pain - 4 Rahe Takhti, Esfahan 81464, Iran
Region: Iran > Isfahan Province > Esfahan
Price Range: $67 - $135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 30
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