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Leiden, The Netherlands
Reviewed 6 October 2016

This hotel looks outdated but our room had a brand new airconditioning that didn't make any noises, a new TV and excellent beds. It was also very clean and spacious. I actually started to like the 70s look and the elevator music. Breakfast was Iranian style but I liked that they had 3 kinds of breads. It was served in...

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Reviewed 5 September 2016

Shiraz is known as the city of poets, literature, wine and flowers. Park Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in shiraz. about 50years ago, and furniture was old , But everything is just clean ,Employees are polite and has a big green space.

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Gdansk, Poland
Reviewed 2 June 2016

Shiraz its a nice town worth spending there 2 days but not more...not too many places worth seeing but certainly hafez poems hang in the air..if you want to buy some souvenirs strongly recommend the stalls close to hafez park entry..do not wait with that till Isthaphan..its really expensive there..

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Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 31 May 2016

Perhaps this place was once ok but now it is tired, somewhat shabby and in need of a complete revamp. The room was 1980s but clean. In theory, the hotel is set in pleasant grounds (hence the name) but rather like Sleeping Beauty's castle they have become overgrown - in this case as a result of neglect. Breakfast was an...

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Mashhad, Iran
Reviewed 19 May 2016

one of the oldest hotels in Shiraz near Karimkhan palace , very beautiful garden with lots of flowers and quiet and clean rooms , it would better to call it 3 star hotel , in 5-10 minutes walking far from many historic attractions such as Vakil bazaar , Vakil bath , Vakil mosque and ...

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Reviewed 9 May 2016 via mobile

I have arrived almost mud night and SB booked me this place saying it is a 4 star hotel. I wouldn't event categories this place as a hotel and forget about stars! You need to pay for the internet that does not work! The fan makes a horrible noise Not to mention the damp smell of the bathroom The only...

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Hong Kong, China
Reviewed 22 October 2015 via mobile

The hotel is very basic compare to other hotels in iran and shiraz. It is a motel not a hotel This is the only hotel that CHARGE WIFI BY HOUR at 80,000rials/hour. And the wifi quality is almost a joke (tehran Kerman Karajan Isfahan We don't have such problems) Only pro is that it's close to barzar. But from what...

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Bellegarde sur Valserine, France
Reviewed 28 September 2015

The additional two stars were probably bequeathed to this hotel sometime in the early Pleistocene (well actually early fifties would perhaps be more accurate). It is aged, clunky, with extremely annoying lifts. The location is indeed good but of one seeks the company of bus loads of ageing European and Asian tourists, then this place is indeed tops.

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Tehran, Iran
Reviewed 11 July 2015 via mobile

This one the oldest hotel of shiraz and has the potential of being a very good hotel due to its location. Hotel is located in Saadi street which is very close to many historical places of shiraz. The building needs a total renovation including utilities, furniture, building and even redesign of hotel areas. Restaurant does not have enough space and...

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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 17 June 2015

The Park Hotel is in a good location - quite central to many of the things that you'd want to see in Shiraz as a tourist. Note though that Shiraz is quite a large, spread out city so no matter what part of town you stay in you won't ever be central to everything. The rooms are older, however they...

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Address: Saadi Street | Zand Square, Shiraz 71364, Iran
Region: Iran > Fars Province > Shiraz
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