Maryam Sorinet Hotel

Address: Amir Kabir Sq., Kish Island, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Amir Kabir Sq., Kish Island, is near Takht-e Suleyman, Dead City of Serjilla, Bosra ash-Sham, and Ebla.
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          • Spa
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Maryam Sorinet Hotel Kish Island

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Kish Island

          Discover Kish, swimming, snorkelling

          A travel blog entry by longtail on Mar 19, 2012

          ... br> One of the spot that draws much visitors is the Mysterious Greek ship stranded near to its shores. To this day, it is not clear how the ship got stranded. It is said by the locals that the sailors who boarded the ship tried many unsuccessful attempts to re-float it, but eventually had to abandon it. They burned down the ship while they left and all what is left is the steel structure.

          Another attraction is the underground ancient ...

          Iran - Kish Island

          A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Jun 19, 2009

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          ... as after more than an hour of questions the gray suited interrogator stood up, shook my hand and said, 'Welcome to Iran.' The first time he had spoken English.

          Unfortunately, being 'welcome to Iran' in Kish is not quite the same as being welcomed to the mainland. I found this out about an hour later when I made my way to the Office of Foreign Affairs on the small island and was given the crushing news that Americans were not being allowed ...

          Yazd to Kish (via Rafsanjan and Kerman)

          A travel blog entry by steveandwill on Oct 15, 2008

          ... with three different sets of Haghighi family members in Shiraz, the best of all being the last: the home of Ehsan, his fortune-telling, Muslim mother and her five other children. We were immediately welcomed as the sixth and seventh children of the home and were all but physically restrained from leaving them for days after we had originally expected to depart. I blame Ehsan and his family almost entirely for why it took us so long to ...

          Out of Iran to clear Pakistan visa

          A travel blog entry by fiscarlos on Dec 17, 2006

          9 photos

          I was still debating whether to hitchhike or take the bus to Bandar-e Abbas. I didn't have the lust for hitchhiking at all, so after some boys had tried to trick me I took a night bus instead of get stocked in a cold desert... Next morning, Friday December 15th, I reached the local bus station and found some Afghan people who spoke English and could tell me the way to the nearest travel agency - who hopefully could help me out. ...

          Off to Iran

          A travel blog entry by chesteranaen on Jun 12, 2006

          It almost sure that you will have to go to this tiny island south of Iran of you are either waiting for your employment visa in UAE or your 2 months Visit visa has lapse. During my brief stay here, I was able to see the plight of different individuals from different country with their own story to tell. But definitely the island is booming and developing because of the visa runs from neighboring ...