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Zandiyeh Hotel Shiraz is nice traditional style five-star hotel located in Shiraz. this is a nice choice for a great luxury trip to the historical capital of Iran.
Hotel located in Near Karimkhan Arg, Hejrat St.
Zandiyeh Hotel Shiraz just located beside the Karimkhan Arg. one of the top Shiraz thing to do.
This hotel has several nice facilities such as Refrigerator، TV، Pool، Suit، Restaurant، Internet، Normal western toilet، Iranian Toilet، Parking، Praying room، Lobby، Satellite، Gym، Shop، Cafe، Internet In Lobby and etc.
Please note that the WiFi is not free in the Rooms.
Zandiyeh Hotel Shiraz Distance to top Shiraz sights
26 Minutes by Car
36 Minutes by Car
9 Minutes by Car
Distance to Persepolis is 58 minutes by car (55.3 km)
Distance to Pasargadae is 1 hours 39 minutes by car (129 km)
Distance to Eram Garden Shiraz is 9 minutes by car (3.1 km)
Distance to Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque Shiraz is 11 minutes by car (2.2 km)
Distance to Karimkhan Arg Shiraz is 4 minutes by car (950 meters)
Distance to Tomb of Saadi is 16 minutes by car (5.4 km)
Distance to Tomb of Hafez is 9 minutes by car (2.2 km)
Distance to Jahan Nama Garden Shiraz is 10 minutes by car (2.9 km)
Distance to Shah Cheragh Shrine is 13 minutes by car (2.7 km)
Distance to Vakil Mosque is 6 minutes by car (1.4 km)
Distance to Vakil Bazaar is 5 minutes by car (1.2 km)
Distance to Quran Gate is 10 minutes by car (2.6 km)
Distance to Qavam House is 12 minutes by car (3.4 km)
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