Howeyzeh Hotel

Address: No 115 - Cross Taleghani Ave & Nejatollahi Ave, Tehran, 2188804344, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No 115 - Cross Taleghani Ave & Nejatollahi Ave, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Khajou Bridge, and Aali Qapu Palace.
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          • Spa
          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Howeyzeh Hotel Tehran

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Tehran

          Surprises in the Lush Mountains of Golestan

          A travel blog entry by robsons on Sep 24, 2015

          11 photos

          ... big expanse of forest reserve that was even more beautiful since it was the start of autumn. It was very pretty but would be even better if they didn't have dirty great big power lines running through the middle! Driving through extremely flat terrain with mountains on both sides.

          The highway we were driving on used to be a highway for caravans (as in the ones with camels, not the ones with geriatrics) so there are heaps of historic buildings/ruins made ...

          Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

          A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Sep 26, 2014

          19 photos

          ... surgeries in the world. And interestingly nose surgeries. Mega stores, local brands with international mixed. People live mostly in apartments. Well, until then "the same to almost any metropolis in the world. Well, same same, but differente. How, for example, the weekend is here on Thursdays and Fridays. That's right, all commerce, companies, businesses, stop on Thursdays and Fridays. Nothing more fair, to Christian Sunday is a day to pray and go to church, so it isn't working ...

          "Welcome to Iran"

          A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 19, 2014

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... my rescue and gave me a massive floral tent aka chador. Suitably attired, we were given a tour of the site, which is a series of massive squares, mosques and buildings. We were not allowed into the main mosque, however prayer mats were laid out in the square, and later when we were leaving, we witnessed a bit of the midday prayer rituals. Of course, there was no photography at all allowed in the complex. There was a museum which was ...

          Through the Looking Glass

          A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on May 23, 2014

          ... provides an interesting introduction to the city as you transition from dust and desert to rural farmland to urban sprawl to metropolis gridlock hell. But with a set price of 500,000 Iranian Rials (about €11), you can afford to sit back and enjoy the ride. After checking in to the hotel, I headed out in the fading light of day to explore the Tehran neighbourhood I will call home for the next three days. In doing so, I stumble across Park-e Honar Mandan - ...

          Transasia Express Pt 2: Chaos and crossings.

          A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Nov 23, 2013

          18 photos

          ... and adventurous experience, one, which would have been a lot more difficult without their help along the way. What we were not expecting was to meet the most humble, genuine, generous people who gave us the best experience we have ever had.

          [It was much later we learned that Nasrin’s mother is a Protestant missionary converted from Muslim, which is apparently formally (and forcibly) illegal and informally carries worse repercussions. They were betrayed ...