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Reviewed July 19, 2016

There are two hotels in Masuleh. The "Masuleh Hotel" at the bottom which inside looked a bit rough. Half way up the village on the left is the old "Mehran Hotel" which has superb views if you are willing to stay in a basic hotel. Sure there are a few minor issues, but the rooms are clean. The office manager was busy but most helpful. 800 000R. We stayed an extra day because our balcony was so good!
We found apartments/'homestay' were poor value with middle men. We did stay in one local apartment - sleeping on floor in a run down building - which was relatively expensive. Another few were of high standard but expensive without views.
The walk up the opposite mountain is a must - to the high plains where the villagers have huts.
We travelled to Tabriz - the Mehran Hotel arranged a car 250 000R to a designation stop other side of Fuman on a major road north. Then a series of buses via Ardibil and the coast (rice fields) to Tabriz. Great experience. People so friendly.

Room tip: must have a balcony
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Margie C
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Reviewed June 6, 2016

There wasn't much choice for a stay in Masuleh The reviews were bad but we thought we could survive a couple of nights. Unfortunately we had coincided with a long holiday weekend and the town was totally overrun with visitors. Our driver couldn't get the car close to hotel. so we left our luggage and trudged uphill to find the hotel. Our reception was friendly and we were shown up three flights to a large room with kitchenette, five beds, a western toilet with shower and a squat toilet and basin. The smell of gas and other unidentifiables was strong. A gas bottle sat on a chair in the kitchenette attached to an old caliphont. We were shown the balcony with views across the town. We had no alternatives so we stayed. The beds were the most uncomfortable I've ever experienced. Investigation found a slab of polystyrene with very thin pad on top. We ate in the restaurant. The food was bland and poorly cooked. The place was dirty. (Breakfast the next morning was better). In the end the view and the spaciousness were no compensation for a very rundown joint.

Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank John_MtEden
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Reviewed March 20, 2016

we had a "suite"
hard to call it this way as it is a big room with 4 beds and "open kitchen"
it smells gaz are the heating and the cooking are with gas, the bottles are in the front of the door
no warm water
no heating
no breakfast
the restaurant is smelly as eveything is fried

but we had no choice as low season and the only hotel in the village

Date of stay: March 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank wheredouyoucomefrom
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Reviewed November 14, 2015 via mobile

The hotel is quite shabby place. In our room it was very hot it might be above the kitchen I think... Not the cleanest.

We got to Masuleh and were shown a couple of private rooms in the village but all of them were quite big and could accommodate at least 4 people and we were only my bf and I so those rooms were too expensive compare to room in Mehran hotel. But we stayed only one night and we survived :)

Date of stay: August 2015
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Anna D
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Reviewed November 14, 2014

My husband and I spent one night at this hotel in November 2014. Our room was at the 3th floor and it had a great view to the village. BUT the room was not clean, sheets were very dirty and also blankets. We had to use our sheets. Beds were uncomfortable and extremely hard!!!!! The room did not include breakfast and you must buy everything you needs from Bazaar. I was in Masuleh 6 times before and always used to stay at local houses and suites and I prefer them now.
Anyway, it is my beloved village because it is calm and has spectacular sceneries. It worth to stay one night there even in such uncomfortable conditions. It has magic nights.
Tip: Bring your clean sheets to stay at Masuleh in hotel (really is a low level hostel) or suits

Date of stay: November 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Parastoooo
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