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This hotel in a peaceful tree lined avenue quite close to the centre of Yazd. The establishment consist of two styles of accommodation, the main building which also houses the coffee shop and restaurant and a series of small two story quadrangles.
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The Parisian Safaiyeh is a very large modern Hotel. Rooms were good and our stay, although short, was enjoyable. Wi-fi was limited to 500mb total. Although you could buy top up cards that gave additional Wi-fi credit.
Breakfast was fine, but not great, as were...More
The hotel is a positive surprise. Location is on the outside of the city but it is not that far to the centre. Overall look and feel is top quality. Rooms are modern and nice. Breakfast is ok with a lot of choice, dinner is...More
The hotel is good as 4-star Iranian standard, cleaned, inside is well decorated, quiet and miles away from the city, if you want quietness then this is the place. The issue is the staff are not proactive and competence from all levels compared with other...More
This hotel is not well located for a visit to Yazd. It is a 10 - 15 minutes drive away most of the sights you might want to see. There is no where around the hotel to eat so your only choice is to eat...More
Response from santhianna | Reviewed this property |
I think you have made a mistake because I was a tourist at this hotel so I can't say if there are rooms available and at what price. the only thing i can say is that it is quite far from the centre : we had a car and it... More
I think you have made a mistake because I was a tourist at this hotel so I can't say if there are rooms available and at what price. the only thing i can say is that it is quite far from the centre : we had a car and it took us around 15 minutes drive .
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"Best rooms are facing main entrance side and avoid rooms that facing old local houses"