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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoma Hotel Shiraz
I was very impressed by the standard of the Homa Hotel in Shiraz. Iranian hotel ratings differ greatly from western standards but I found this hotel to be great value for money. Room was big and clean, bathroom was spacious and an excellent assortment of amenities were provided.
Dinner was buffet style served outside in the gardens with live music (a piano-playing DJ) from 8pm to 11pm. Buffet was big but there was not a huge selection. A la carte menu was also limited in choices and many were poorly translated into English - leaving you with some doubts as to exactly what certain dishes were. Overall, price made this a good option with dinner with drinks (non-alcoholic of course!) coming to about 11 euros.
Outdoor pool was drained and closed, but there was a pool in the fitness centre, along with wet and dry saunas, and a cold plunge pool. Fitness centre was segregated with men and women being able to use it at different times - check if unsure! Location was not great and taxis were needed to get into the centre of town where most of the sights are - they were readily available at the hotel and cost less than two euros one way.
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... dinner in the same restaurant we went to yesterday (I have so far still managed to avoid any more kebabs), packing and then off to the airport at the interesting time of 12 am.
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