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Traditional Hotel Isfahan is a three-star traditional hotel located in Sepah St. and so near to Naqshe Jahan Square.
Traditional Hotel Isfahan locates in Bagh ghalandarha 7th Alley, Masjed Hakim St., Sepah Ave.
The hotel has several nice facilities such as Refrigerator، TV، Suit، Restaurant، Internet، enService، Parking، Lobby and etc.
Traditional Hotel Isfahan has No charge for children under years old. The mattress is available as extra service. Parking is free.
Distance to Naqshe Jahan Square Isfahan is 15 minutes by car (3.2 km)
Distance to Chehel Soton Palace Isfahan is 6 minutes by car (1.3 km)
Distance to Bazaar of Isfahan is 2 minutes by car (450 meters)
Distance to Siosepol Bridge Isfahan is 39 minutes walk (3 km) and 11 minutes by car (2.6 km)
Distance to Khaju Bridge Isfahan is 44 minutes walk (3.4 km) and 14 minutes by car (3.4 km)
Distance to Marnan Bridge Isfahan is 57 minutes walk (4.5 km) and 20 minutes by car (5.3 km)
Distance to Hasht Behesht Palace Isfahan is 7 minutes by car (2 km)
Distance to Jameh Mosque of Isfahan is 16 minutes by car (3.9 km)
Distance to Isfahan Aquarium Tunnel is 27 minutes by car (8.8 km)
Distance to Isfahan City Center is 31 minutes by car (18.3 km)
Distance to Menar Jonban Isfahan is 28 minutes by car (10.1 km)
Distance to Fire temple of Isfahan is 33 minutes by car (14.2 km)
Distance to Vank Cathedral Isfahan is 17 minutes by car (4.8 km)
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