N 31, East Mirzaei Zeinali Avenue, Keihan Intersection, North Sohrevardi Avenue, Tehran Show on map
Venus Hotel is 2 star accommodation in Tehran. Guests will enjoy Iranian hospitality and complimentary breakfast during their stay at Venus Hotel. Venus Hotel is recommended by 1stQuest for guests seeking economy accommodation in Tehran. Learn MoreSee Rooms & Prices
Venus Apartment Hotel was built in 1380 and was named after the Roman goddess of love, beauty, and fertility. This accommodation was last renovated in 2014.
This premise has 9 floors and 29 comfortable rooms. The rooms range from their standard apartments to the VIP suites that come with a kitchenette. A TV, a mini-fridge, a tea maker, a balcony, and basic furniture are available in all rooms. All rooms have an en-suite bathroom with a shower and the necessary toiletries. Wi-Fi is available throughout at a cost.
Their restaurant serves a variety of Persian and international dishes. They also have a cozy coffee shop offering refreshments and delicacies.
Other services the hotel provides include a pool, a spa, a fitness center, conference halls, 24/7 reception, a courtyard, housekeeping, a parking, and dry cleaning.
Access to Public Transportation
This accommodation is an 8-minute walk from Shohrevardi subway station and Beheshti Square’s taxis.
Access to Airports and Railroads
This hotel is a 59-minute drive (61.1 km) from Imam Khomeini International Airport, a 37-minute drive (16.6 km) from Mehrabad Airport for Domestic Flights, and a 31-minute drive (15.4 km) from Tehran’s railway station.
Venus Hotel is within walking distance from Aruse-e-Lobnan restaurant, Marvdash park, Qasr prison, Qasr garden, Centeral Book City, and Ananas juice shop.
Distance from Main Attractions
Travel Times may vary depending on the traffic.
Venus Apartments Hotel offers tours of Tehran’s most popular tourist attractions.
This hotel is highly recommended for families, friends, seniors, and couples.
N 31, East Mirzaei Zeinali Avenue, Keihan Intersection, North Sohrevardi Avenue, Tehran