This hotel is situated in an old building known as “Tehraniha house” which belongs to Qajar Era. The Tehrani family, carpet traders, lived in this house some 250 years ago.
The beauty and the magnificence of the building caused it to be used as the economic consul office of some European countries such as France and Germany in the past.
Recently, the building has been registered on the list of the national legacies.
This house has three courtyards including the main yard, orangery and the pavilion, three attractive wind catchers, a lofty traditional hall, well chamber, basement, vestibule and a roof overlooking the historical quarter.
Being the first national museum hotel and having 30 rooms and 80 beds, we welcome the national and international guests all year long. Of the unique features of this place is the priceless antiques on display. The central courtyard and the orangery are the coffee shop and the restaurant of the hotel.