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Niayesh Hotel

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07/05/2017 08/05/2017
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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 1 week ago NEW

I spent 4 nights here. It's centrally located. Room was clean and comfortable and while close to a small courtyard I never had any issues with noise. Large courtyard with restaurant gave it a sociable air and I managed to meet new people here. Breakfast was a standard buffet and nothing flash, but adequate. Staff could have been a bit...

Thank Namorgos
Reviewed 1 week ago

Niayesh caters for both - backpackers in dorms and tour groups in very comfy hotel rooms with facilities attached. Around a central court with sitting area. Some 150 beds are available - which is a bit too much at busy times. Breakfast room caters for 50 people, so it gets crowed before 8 am when tour groups tend to leave....

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Province of Rimini, Italy
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very beautiful, clean and central place. Very big buffet breakfast, even if nothing much, fruit is missing, and coffee is dirty water. Rooms are very hot, but there is good air conditioning. Dorms r about 11 dollars, but MUCH MORE expensive r the singles, 35 euros, too much. There r two restaurants. I just ate in the one on the...

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parstraveller, Owner at Niayesh Hotel, responded to this review

Dear Client I am so sorry for such bad behavior of my staff I will recheck your comment and doing the best to solve these problem . just short comment the manager of Pars tourist agency is the owner of Niayesh hotel(not the manager of hotel) and this hotel have their own manager its seems doesn't work properly. related to...

Vienna, Austria
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed three nights in the dorm of the hotel. The beds were nice, and the bathrooms were clean.The location is also highly convenient for sightseeing the city. It was a bit noisy in the morning, since the dorms were just next to the breakfast area.

Thank mrviflot
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very nice hotel, close to main attractions in shiraz. Design is pretty cool. Rooms are big and sufficiently clean. Extremely​ friendly bartender. Few things to be underlined: guests of the hotel are charged additional, high service charges in the restaurant that is a part of the hotel. A little bit overpriced. The yard for guests is shared with guests from...

Thank Monika G
parstraveller, Owner at Niayesh Hotel, responded to this review

May I please tell me which restaurant of hotel overprice charge Soteh delan or Delgosha or Quttro ?

Antwerp, Belgium
Reviewed 1 week ago

Dormitory for five in a large but quiet hostel. Extensive breakfast and helpful reception, without pushing you into their tours. Close to historical center. Good coffeebar on the central patio, clean facilities.

Thank stijnhawinkel
Alicante, Spain
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very nice cozy hotel, good central location, cheap restaurants and teahouse inside. The hotel is divided into two buildings, there is a restaurant in each one of them, breakfast in the main one. There is a good wifi in the whole establishment. The hotel is a bit hard to find when you walk there but if you arrive by the...

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed here for 5 nights, and a we requested a room with shared bathroom (30USD incl bfast) rather than with private bathroom (50 USD) we were placed in an adjoining property known as 7Hostel. The gentleman who ran the hostel was very friendly and accomodating, enjoyed a chat and was always helpful. The room was basic, clean and comfortable....

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Hong Kong, China
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The hotel converted from old building into boutique hotel in order to save them from being dismantled for new buildings. I didn't stay in this hotel. I just had tea there. But I peeked into the room, it's clean and tidy. The courtyard is a nice place for meal and coffee. People there are nice when I chatted with them....

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Ludhiana, India
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Most rooms in this traditional-style hotel, which is popular with foreign tourists, are situated around a large central courtyard which contains elevated wooden booths for dining in. Breakfast was plentiful and delicious. There is also a reasonably priced restaurant upstairs. The hotel also arranges one day or half day tours to Persepolis etc. (30-55USD) and they have a couple of...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Niayesh Boutique Hotel is located in a historical and cultural region of Shiraz the city of literature, culture and civilization. The history of this property goes farther than 100 years ago when the literature Association of Shiraz was held there and the first publishing house imprinted the first newspaper in Shiraz. The traditional style of Iranian architecture and carpentry was respected while building this house, the quaint building to which no vehicle can reach from 150 m around it. For this reason, the atmosphere of non-pollution will be a great remedy for minds and takes us back to years ago. Another big plus is the special hushing courtyard of this house which is a discriminate collection of flowers, large trees and colored windows. The pool and fountain amidst it and the red fishes bring a mind-evoking memory of peace. Thanks to Niayesh boutique hotel's special architecture, the need to air-conditioning apparatuses is decreased. Being located among the cultural complex of museums, mosques, churches, synagogues, monasteries and ancient fire temples, Niayesh is inspiring as a new experience. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Niayesh Hotel

Address: No. 10, Shahzadeh Jamali Lane, Shiraz 71364, Iran
Region: Iran > Fars Province > Shiraz
Price Range: ₹ 644 - ₹ 7,089 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 18
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“Try to get one away from the main courtyard if you need absolute quiet.”
Namorgos, 20 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Basement rooms are cooler though sober.”
Jrondelle, 19 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Ask if they have a bigger room for the same price”
Callum_Mcqueen, 2 Apr 2017 | Read review
“If you enjoy watching sunrise or sunset, go to roof top of Niayesh Hotel and feast your eyes.”
docgelo, 8 Mar 2017 | Read review
“The rooms are named after philosophers and I stayed in "Kant", although it leads directly onto the comunal area it was quiet and peaceful.”
  • Lovely room with all amenities ié'fridge, TV, Bathroom en suite and a big doublebed.
NicholasM057, 2 Feb 2017 | Read review
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