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Different Types of Rooms for Hotel booking in Iran

Booking a hotel is one of the most important steps while planning for a trip. In order to cut off the unnecessary expenses, this article helps you choose the right room for you and your travel companions. Many traditional hotels in Iran are the renovated old houses with Islamic-Persian interior designing elements. So when booking them online, you might see different names for rooms that tell a story about the history of the room. Hotel booking in Iran is a very simple process through 1stQuest.com

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Top Hotels in Tehran for Foodies

Persian hospitality can’t be a thing without the Iranian host forcing lavishing and mouthwatering food one after another to their guests, ultimately being the reason of the guests’ stomachaches hurting at the end of his stay at an Iranian house or at an Iranian hotel, for that manner. This issue is totally severe and serious while no guest can leave the house of an Iranian guest without a handful of leftovers and puzzling sensations of wanting to taste more delicious Persian dishes without exploding.

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Experience an Authentic Iranian Bathhouse at Qazi Persian Bath in Isfahan

The words “Turkish bath” may sound the most familiar, but there are several other cultures that incorporate bathhouses into their lives- cultures such as Korean, Japanese, Russian, and, of course, Iranian. While the majority of bathhouses in Iran have either been converted into teahouses or tourist attractions and give insight into the age-old rituals through the use of wax figures, one bathhouse, in particular, is offering visitors a new and exciting adventure. Now in addition to soaking up the rich culture, spectacular architecture, and delicious delicacies in Isfahan, you can also experience the traditional Iranian bathhouse at Qazi Persian Bath. And as always, 1stQuest can help get you to and book accommodations in this crown jewel city of Iran nicknamed “half of the world.”

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