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Atigh Traditional Hotel Isfahan

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3 star
No. 30 , Masjed Shams alley , Ebnesina Street , Isfahan
+98 31 34453328
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About Atigh Traditional Hotel Isfahan

Atigh Traditional Hotel Isfahan is three-star traditional hotel located in Isfahan and this hotel is so near to tourist attractions.

Atigh Traditional Hotel Isfahan located in No. 30, Masjed Shams alley, Ebnesina Street, Isfahan.

The hotel has several nice facilities such as Refrigerator، TV، Restaurant، Internet، enService، Parking، Praying room، Lobby، Internet In Lobby and etc.

Atigh Traditional Hotel Isfahan has No charge for children under 5 years old. The mattress is available as extra service. Parking is free.

Atigh Traditional Hotel Isfahan Distance to top Isfahan sights

Distance To Airport

33 Minutes by Car
Distance To Railway

33 Minutes by Car
Distance To Bus Terminal

17 Minutes by Car

Distance to Naqshe Jahan Square Isfahan is 13 minutes by car (2.7 km)
Distance to Chehel Soton Palace Isfahan is 12 minutes by car (3.1 km)
Distance to  Bazaar of Isfahan is 14 minutes by car (3 km)
Distance to Siosepol Bridge Isfahan is 1 hours 1 minutes walk (4.9 km) and 18 minutes by car (4.7 km)
Distance to Khaju Bridge Isfahan is 1 hours 1 minutes walk (4.9 km)and 20 minutes by car (4.6 km)
Distance to Marnan Bridge Isfahan is 1 hours 17 minutes walk (6.1 km) and 19 minutes by car (11.5 km)
Distance to Hasht Behesht Palace Isfahan is 19 minutes by car (3.8 km)
Distance  to Jameh Mosque of  Isfahan is 2 minutes by car (500 meters)
Distance to Isfahan Aquarium Tunnel is 26 minutes by car (14.7 km)
Distance to Isfahan City Center is 29 minutes by car (19.5 km)
Distance to Menar Jonban Isfahan is 27 minutes by car (13.7 km)
Distance to Fire temple of Isfahan is 32 minutes by car (17.8 km)
Distance to Vank Cathedral Isfahan is 25 minutes by car (6.7 km)

Policies of Atigh Traditional Hotel Isfahan

Cancellation depend on room type and booking date
All children are welcome. Child under 3 is free of charge and 3 to 12 charge as an extra person.

Amenities of Atigh Traditional Hotel Isfahan

  • Breakfast
  • Cafe
  • Mini Bar
  • Parking
  • Room Service
  • WiFi

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Things to Do


Khaje Nizam al-Mulk Tomb

This mosque is located in “Ashtargan” Village in Lenjan County that is today pronounced as “Ashtarjan” and is 38 kilometers from Isfahan. Its portal is 13 meters high and it is decorated by tiles according to the style of early eighth Hijri century and the moldings are also in that style. Its minarets are mobile


Marnan Bridge

Marnan Bridge is one of the oldest bridges I Isfahan equal to Ji and Shahrestan Bridge that not much time has passed since its publication but some foundations of the bridge are ascribed to Sassanid era. The bridge has 17 openings at the moment that according to the historians, there were even more in the


Hakim Mosque

Hakim Mosque in Isfahan is located at the end of dyers bazaar and was built in Shah Abbas II time by his physician, Hakim Mohammad Davoud, in remains of Jurjir Jameh Deilami Mosque or Saheb al-Zaman Ismail Ibn Ibad Mosque from the fourth Hijri century. Portal manuscripts and the interior porches of the mosque are


Imam Mosque

Shah Mosque with the alternative names of Jameh Mosque, Soltani Mosque, and Imam Mosque is one of the mosques in Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan which was built in Safavid era and is considered one of the important Iranian-Islamic architectural buildings. This building is an immortal masterpiece in architecture, tiling, and carpentry of the eleventh


Bazaar of Isfahan

Belonging to Safavid era, Isfahan Bazaar is one of the oldest and largest bazaars in the Middle-East. Among Iranian traditional large cities, few cities have such a magnificent bazaar. There are stores in this bazaar that have been selling particular goods since 400 years ago. The most important bazaar in Isfahan is “Qeysarie Bazaar”. In


Chehel Sotoun Palace

One of the urban plans of the First Safavid Shah Abbas after selecting Isfahan as his capital city was to construct the beautiful Chaharbagh Street and several gardens around it, which w designed by Sheikh Bahai in a wide area called “Dolatkhane” (State Housse). One of those monuments was a small building which Shah Abbas


Chehel Dokhtar Minaret

Another interesting relic of the Saljuqi period is the Chehel Dokhtar Minaret in Esfahan. The same is adorned with brick work and ‘kufi’ inscriptions. This Minaret was constructed in the year 501 AH. by ‘Abol Fath Nahuji’ during the reign of Soltan Mohammad Ebne Malek Shah Saljuqi. <h2>Top Hotels near to Chehel Dokhtar Minaret </h2>


Khaju Bridge

Khaju Bridge is a bridge in the province of Isfahan, Iran, which has been described as the finest in the province. It was built by the Persian Safavid king, Shah Abbas II around 1650, on the foundations of an older bridge. Serving as both a bridge and a dam (or a weir), it links the


Siosepol Bridge

Si-o-see Pol Bridge is a stone double-deck arch bridge in Isfahan, Iran. It is also called Siose Bridge (which in Persian means “33 Bridge” or “Bridge of 33 Arches”) or Allah-Verdi Khan Bridge. Si-o-see Pol Bridge is built by the chancellor Allahverdi Khan Undiladze on commission from Shah Abbas whose chancellor he was. Construction of the bridge began in 1599


Hasht Behesht Palace

Hasht Behesht, meaning “Eight Heavens” is a Safavid era palace in Isfahan, Iran. It was built in 1669 and is today protected by Iran’s Cultural Heritage Organization. Of more than forty mansions which existed in Isfahan during the rule of Safavids, this is the only one left today. In a dry city which is located


Jameh Mosque of Isfahan

In Islamic countries, in every city, there is a congregational mosque. In fact, the most important mosque in each city is called the Jame mosque. Friday sermon or prayer is recommended to Shiites and congregational mosques in towns and cities are used for the Friday sermons. In metropolitan cities, vast areas have been allocated for this purpose. Masjede Jame in


Naqshe Jahan Square

Naqshe Jahan Square, One of UNESCO site in Iran. The Naqshe Jahan Square or also known as Imam Square or Shah Square. the square located in the center of Isfahan city. Naqshe Jahan square is from the period of Shah Abbas I and has a length of 500 m. from north to south, and its width is approximately 165 m.


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