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Parsian Kowsar Hotel Isfahan Located on the bank of Zayandehrood river and overlooking the historical Siosepol bridge, is equipped with five-star facilities. All its 126 rooms and 6 suites have been furnished to meet those guest who looks for 5-star amenities together with a good location and view.
The Naqsh-e Jahan Square registered by UNESCO as one of the greatest cultural heritages of Mankind is not far away from Parsian Kowsar Hotel Isfahan. In addition to the above attraction, the availability of all necessary facilities for tourists has created a unique position for this hotel in the Iranian tourism industry.
Distance to Naqshe Jahan Square Isfahan is 18 minutes by car (5.1 km)
Distance to Chehel Soton Palace Isfahan is 11 minutes by car (3.8 km)
Distance to Bazaar of Isfahan is 17 minutes by car (5.1 km)
Distance to Siosepol Bridge Isfahan is 4 minutes walk (300 meters) and 3 minutes by car (1.4 km)
Distance to Khaju Bridge Isfahan is 27 minutes walk (2.1 km) and 10 minutes by car (3.2 km)
Distance to Marnan Bridge Isfahan is 33 minutes walk (2.7 km) and 9 minutes by car (2.8 km)
Distance to Hasht Behesht Palace Isfahan is 9 minutes by car (2.7 km)
Distance to Jameh Mosque of Isfahan is 18 minutes by car (6 km)
Distance to Isfahan Aquarium Tunnel is 14 minutes by car (5.7 km)
Distance to Isfahan City Center is 21 minutes by car (12.8 km)
Distance to Menar Jonban Isfahan is 19 minutes by car (8.1 km)
Distance to Fire temple of Isfahan is 26 minutes by car (12.4 km)
Distance to Vank Cathedral Isfahan is 6 minutes by car (1.7 km)
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