Laleh International Hotel Iran

Dr H Fatemi Ave, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dr H Fatemi Ave, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Pasargadae, Si-o-Se Bridge, and Khajou Bridge.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLaleh International Hotel Iran Tehran

    Reviewed by bpskier

    The Place to Stay in Tehran

    Reviewed Apr 26, 2010
    by (2 reviews) Snohomish, WA , United States Flag of United States

    Great service, friendly staff, clean rooms, excellent food. The business center was easy to access and the lobby was very comfortable.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Laleh International Hotel Iran Tehran

    3.00 of 5 stars Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Tehran

    Last night with Turkish & Iranian friends

    A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Aug 28, 2014

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    We visited an ancient palace before flying back to Tehran and checking into the Espinas Hotel, perhaps one of the best in the city. Presidents stay here according to photos on the wall. A far cry from my lodgings in a few days! Tomorrow I meet up with my fellow riders and so tonight I remained the guest of my Iranian friends. The main event was the Milad Tower, like the CN Tower only shorter but with much more goings on and more people. Middle East ...

    "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 ...

    How Bazaar, How Bazaar!

    A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on May 25, 2014

    ... of Tehranis proved to be a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
    I head out to Mehrabad Airport - Tehran's domestic hub - to catch my Iran Air flight to Shiraz in southern Iran. The flight - aboard an aptly named Fokker 100 - was eventful. After being taken by bus from the terminal to the aircraft, we were left to sit on the tarmac for thirty minutes whilst groups ...

    Learning to be independent again!

    A travel blog entry by irelandbound on May 16, 2013

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    ... of paper) and she gave us directions. Turned out it was at least a 20 minute walk, and we had to stop and ask a few more people, but we found it. Bolvar (Boulevard) restaurant was very nice; modern styling but predominantly Iranian food, no English menu but the waiter got their manager who spoke English and he told us what they had. We'd spotted lamb shanks being delivered to the next table, so ordered them and beef kababs, rice, soup to start, bread and fake beer. A ...

    A day in the life of Tehran

    A travel blog entry by dornalar on May 07, 2013

    68 photos

    ... Every day in Iran starts and ends with a place in the queue for fresh bread. Ah the heavenly smell of fresh cooked bread straight from the oven! There is a variety of flat bread available in Iran and even the smallest neighbourhood will have its Nanvayi or bread shop. Photos of some of the local nans (bread) have been attached. Locals stand patiently in line and discussions about local economy, family and health issues and mild philosophical subjects are carried on with people ...