Parsian Azadi Hotel
Parisian Azadi Hotel
Five-star Tehran Parsian Azadi Hotel, formerly known as Hyatt Hotel, is one of the most luxurious and modern hotels in Iran that was reopened after its reconstruction by professional Swiss and Italian and Chinese architects. It can be considered the best hotel of Tehran in many aspects. This hotel with its position in a favorable climate area, close to Tehran International Fair, Radio and Television Organization’s conference center, summit hall, Enghelab Sports Complex and the main highway of Tehran is located in a high tower in the north of Tehran.
Tehran Azadi Hotel with its various complexes of restaurants, coffee shops, 475 rooms in different types including double, twin, invalids-assigned, connected and types of luxury junior, royal, duplex suits and two unique presidential suits in floors 24 and 25, formalities and sumptuous halls and four VIP floors with exclusive lounge in floor 23 with its young and selected staff from the best universities of Iran is ready to host guests. The facilities of rooms include worktable, sofa, the bath with bathtub, refrigerator with mini bar, tea maker with tea, hairdryer in bath, telephone, air conditioning, Internet access, satellite TV and exclusive safety box. Furthermore, breakfast, pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and in-room Internet are among the free facilities of Tehran Parsian Azadi Hotel. This hotel has hosted famous figures such as Ban-Ki-Moon, Kufi Annan, Catherin Ashton, Xavier Solana, Venezuelan President, Mahathir Mohammad, Indian PM, Zigmar Gabrial, the German Deputy Chancellor and Ministry of Economy, Austrian president, Sep Blatter, Head of FIFA, Talib Al-Refaei (head of WTO), Bangladeshi PM, Indonesian PM, AC Milan soccer team, Bryan Tracey, Kitaro and Shahrdad Rohani, Professor Samiei and several celebrities.
• Number of Rooms: 475
• Room list: single, twin, and double rooms, junior, royal ,and presidential suites and special rooms for disabled persons.
• Check in: 02:00 PM
• Check out: 12:00 Noon
• Address: Parsian Azadi Hotel, Chamran & Yadegar High Way Cross, Tehran, Iran • Tell: +98 21 29112