Laleh International Hotel Iran

Address: Dr H Fatemi Ave, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Dr H Fatemi Ave, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Pasargadae, 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

    Dust Rain with a completely unexpected ending

    A travel blog entry by harryabroad on Jul 21, 2015

    5 photos

    ... us and.. thenback on the road. Today the sun was shining and the holidays were finished so things felt better.

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    Iranian Conversations

    A travel blog entry by louisekeen on May 30, 2014

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    ... it's for us" Hotel owner "They will be expecting two Australians" - and not only expecting, but someone looking out for us at the taxi drop off. Without exception Iranian hospitality and helpfulness is second to none. They love visitors! On many street corners; "change money?" - for foreigners (due to sanctions), Iran is a 100%25 cash society. No ATM, Credit cards or travellers cheques. Bring cash! What this means is that every tourist is a robber's sitting target, by definition ...

    Transasia Express Pt 2: Chaos and crossings.

    A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Nov 23, 2013

    18 photos

    ... being led along the train, smiled at the guards and ran! I don’t need to explain what happened next, but it happened in a room full of Iranian women washing their feet and giggling. After another hour, we were all back in our cabin, passports in hand, and we finally said Goodnight and closed the curtains.

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    Tehran, Iran: Sleeping in Airports

    A travel blog entry by samber on Oct 24, 2013

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    ... No dramas, I thought, been in plenty of cars before without a seatbelt on. Perhaps not cars being driven by a Formula One wanna be zigzagging in and out of traffic at 130km/hr and on numerous occasions squeezing between two cars in two lanes. It was when he tried to slip between a bus and a car that I had to hold my breath. All of course whilst either texting or talking on his phone. Then he missed our turn off, slammed on the breaks and reversed up the bloody motorway. ...

    Man and woman / Mann und Frau

    A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Sep 29, 2013

    8 photos

    ... Striking in Iran is that without exception, all women wear a veil and comply with the strict dress code. At the bus stops is a separate column for the women. This makes sense because the women can only sit in the rear part of the bus. In Kurdistan, I've even seen that women do not eat in the restaurant with the men together and have to stay in the dingy back room. Unfortunately, this always takes place also with us in Switzerland. So there are already women compartments ...