Yadegar-e-Emam Intersection, Chamran Highway, Tehran Show on map
Parsian Azadi Hotel is 5 star accommodation in Tehran. Guests will enjoy Iranian hospitality and complimentary breakfast during their stay at Parsian Azadi Hotel. Parsian Azadi Hotel is recommended by 1stQuest for guests seeking luxury accommodation in Tehran. Learn MoreSee Rooms & Prices
Parsian Azadi Hotel (formerly Hyatt Hotel) is renovated 5-star luxurious hotel located in the north of Tehran, far from the city’s traffic with a cool climate. The hotel is proud of hosting many famous guests including politicians and celebrities such as Ban-Ki Moon, Kufi Annan, Catherin Ashton, Xavier Solana, Mahatir Mohammad, and Sep Blatter during their trips to Tehran.
This property has 475 spacious and well-furnished rooms and suites. All of them are equipped with modern amenities including LCD TV set with satellite channels, Wi-Fi internet access, fridge, fire alarm system, air conditioning, safety box, minibar, tea maker, desk, and private bathroom with a shower and hairdryer. The hotel offers a business center This hotel has a lobby which is big enough to fit in 60 people. There is a free parking lot with the capacity to hold up to 50 vehicles, a restaurant with the ability to serve 100 guests at the same time, free swimming pool for the guests with a sauna and a Jacuzzi and a massage room, a smoking room a kids playground, a café net, helpful services for disabled guests. A beauty salon,a traditional tea house, a coffee shop which serves both cold and hot drinks and light snacks, a green space, a library, a taxi service, laundry service, and internet in the lobby
Guests can enjoy local and international cuisines in the Parsian Azadi Hotel’s four restaurants with spectacular interior design including Parseh 24/7 restaurant, Orchid International Restaurant, Biche Italian Restaurant and Sarv Seasonal Restaurant. This property also offers.
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Parsian Azadi Hotel is the best choice for all travelers who are looking for a luxury stay in Tehran.