I'll start with the positives: it is clean, and it is centrally located. On the negative side, there is no insulation whatsover, and the staff don`t have any concept of customer service. The first night I stayed there, there was a small child screaming for most of the night and s/he may as well have been in the same room as me. Added to that was the din of the guys on reception (I was in a room on the first floor, directly over the front desk) for the late shift, chatting and laughing. Again, may as well have been in the same room. At 7am the next morning, construction started up under the bedroom window with lots of banging and smashing. I asked to change rooms, was told they would look into it, so I went off to have breakfast (which was decent enough, although the breakfast room is in the basement and a tad over-exuberant in its decoration). When I came back up, the noise had ever so slightly diminished so the receptionist informed me they would not move me. I got back that night, to a wedding cranking up (explains why they asked me to pay two nights in advance when I checked in) - again, right underneath my room. After some to`ing and fro`ing with the front desk (who didn`t really understand why that would be a problem), I managed to move to another room on the fifth floor....with 5 air conditioning units outside the window. That was the final straw. I booked into the Hasht Behesht Apt Hotel next day, far superior to Safavi for the same price.