Taj Mahal AP Hotel

Address: No. 29, South Sheikh Bahai, Tehran, 11369, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 29, South Sheikh Bahai, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Khajou Bridge, and Aali Qapu Palace.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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        Long flight!

        A travel blog entry by robsons on Sep 21, 2015

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        ... and even more fortunately for me, Ali spoke excellent English so we were able to chat the whole way from the airport into town (over an hour's drive). They're both very lovely and before we got to my hotel, Ali had given me his card & invited me back to their place for dinner.

        Yes, Iran continues its lead as the friendliest country in the world on my list.


        Alamut Valley - cont'd

        A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

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        ... guide book. I have never seen anything like it with straw being stored about the houses and a little stream running through the village. Absolutely gorgeous.

        When we were walking towards the river a family who had a picnic asked us to join, but we politely declined. The man then warmly said "Welcome to Iran". What a lovely experience. We then decided to continue driving to actually get some lunch in the next town. When we arrived there we remembered ...

        Alamut Valley

        A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

        ... a lovely little city. We liked it much better than Tehran, especially the Bazzar. With lots of little shops selling for example delicious looking sweets it felt much more like an Asian city. Unfortunately we did not have time to do a lot of sightseeing, but other tourists we met later in the Alamut Valley said that the sights in Qazvin were really worth seeing unlike Tehran, which they did not like at all either.

        Breakfast was as expected white flat ...

        Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

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

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        ... Before continuing this entry, I need to pause and give thanks for having had, until now, such a blessed journey and have been fortunate to meet people so special the way. People who have never seen me, open the doors of their homes, receive me as a daughter and great friends, teach me about their culture, help me to know their country and take care of me like my family and my good friends would. And so it was with Sahar and her family. I felt so at home. Her brother slept on the ...

        One job undone, lots to undo

        A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

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        ... since the 9th century. In 1796 the Qajar dynasty (in all honesty, one of the least geopolitically impressive of Iranian dynasties) made it the capital, and it has never looked back since.

        After savouring their palace of Golestan- worthy of any classic royal indulgence of Europe- we progressed to the National Museum.Though we had scant time to spare, here we witnessed archaeological treasures in a scarcely imaginable concentration. ...