Niloo Hotel

3 Lahijani, Tehran, 14356, Iran | Hotel
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Iranian Conversations

A travel blog entry by louisekeen


... in the wonderful Alamut Valley, the best we could come up with for that romantic meal was a £3.80 pizza, coke and salad in a plastic-chaired fast food joint. Still memorable though! To go back to the beginning and the question "How can you visit a country that treats women so badly?" - well the sad truth is that it is not just women who are treated badly. The whole of Iran lives with a regime that is restrictive and not of their making (and that's without touching on ...

Back to Tehran

A travel blog entry by hanush


... The pointing is directing you across the road into a carpark, or something equally unhelpful)

My bus from Yazd to Tehran was two hours late getting to Yazd. The smiling, helpful girl at the desk wanted nothing to do with me once my concern became apparent. "Go that way!" she said.
"I want to go that way" I thought to myself. "I want to go that way very very much. On the f......g bus which I've paid for please!"

I had built three ...

Full Circle

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... the fast & efficient metro to Imam Khomeini Sq and walked via the Qajar & Pahlavi parade ground to the Archeological Museum. I had decided to have a second look now that I had seen all the sites where these exhibits were found....just as good the 2nd time around. Had a chance to dwell a little longer beside my favorites & to look with more informed eyes at for example the treasures from Persepolis, from Shush, at ...

My 12 days with hijab

A travel blog entry by irelandbound


... soufflé for dessert that was as good as any we've eaten anywhere), wandered through the arts hub around the House of the Artists that is next door to the theatre, then bussed back to the hotel to meet Mehran who drove us to the airport. A relaxed and pleasant way to spend our last day in Iran. It was also a bit cooler with a storm threatening to blow up that never eventuated (the wind however blew some of the smog away, which was a relief to our nasal passages and ...


A travel blog entry by irelandbound


... smell in the first room they took us to. This hotel is probably a fairly true Iranian 3 star (the Abbasi had been an Iranian 5 star). As has been typical, no iron in the room, no kettle, fairly firm beds (they've often given us a twin on this trip, I think it's their interpretation of a double), not the best pillows, the TV works, but the content varies (we sometimes get BBC world news and CNN, sometimes Al Jazeera, sometimes German news in English, and some Iranian ...

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This hotel, located on 3 Lahijani, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Pasargadae, Si-o-Se Bridge, and Khajou Bridge.
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