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Malek Hotel Isfahan

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Hotel
3 star
Iran
Isfahan
Malek St. , Hasht Behesht St. , Bozorg mehr St. , Esfahan.
2pm
12pm
8 % Off

About Malek Hotel Isfahan

Malek Hotel Isfahan is a nice and good three-star hotel located in Isfahan and this is a good choice for a budget trip to Iran.

Malek Hotel Isfahan locates in Malek St. , Hasht Behesht St. , Bozorg mehr St. , Esfahan.

The hotel has several good facilities such as Refrigerator، TV، Restaurant، enService، Parking، Lobby، Cafe، Internet In Lobby and etc.

Malek Hotel Isfahan has No charge for children under 8 years old.

Malek Hotel Isfahan Distance to top Isfahan sights

Distance To Airport

28 Minutes by Car
Distance To Railway

24 Minutes by Car
Distance To Bus Terminal

18 Minutes by Car

Distance to Naqshe Jahan Square Isfahan is 8 minutes by car (1.4 km)
Distance to Chehel Soton Palace Isfahan is 8 minutes by car (2.4 km)
Distance to Bazaar of Isfahan is 10 minutes by car (2.6 km)
Distance to Siosepol Bridge Isfahan is 37 minutes walk (2.9 km) and 7 minutes by car (2.5 km)
Distance to Khaju Bridge Isfahan is 28 minutes walk (2.2 km) and 6 minutes by car (2.2 km)
Distance to Marnan Bridge Isfahan is 1 hours 3 minutes walk (4.9 km) and 14 minutes by car (5.2 km)
Distance to Hasht Behesht Palace Isfahan is 7 minutes by car (2.1 km)
Distance  to Jameh Mosque of  Isfahan is 8 minutes by car (2.4 km)
Distance to Isfahan Aquarium Tunnel is 22 minutes by car (8.7 km)
Distance to Isfahan City Center is 22 minutes by car (16.7 km)
Distance to Menar Jonban Isfahan is 24 minutes by car (11.2 km)
Distance to Fire temple of Isfahan is 29 minutes by car (15.3 km)
Distance to Vank Cathedral Isfahan is 13 minutes by car (4.8 km)

Policies of Malek Hotel Isfahan

2pm
12pm
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 Malek Hotel Isfahan

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

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