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Vali Traditional Hotel

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Perth, Australia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Hit the jack pot with this hotel. The hotel dates back to Safavid Dynasty and was originally built 400 years ago then let go to ruins until it was recently renovated and restored back to its former glory. It is now classed as a historical museum restaurant and has a lovely traditional Persian courtyard. Yes the stairs up to the...

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Kuala Lumpur
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

While the location was great, the hotel wasn't particularly fantastic. My single room (Room 109) was on the first floor and and getting up there was quite a feat itself with its narrow stairs and extremely high steps. Thankfully I only had a small bag with me. We stayed for 2 nights and I can safely say I did not...

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Tehran, Iran
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I dined once in hotel's restaurant with my family. The food was good, especially the traditional meals of Yazd. The staff were kind and helpful. There was also an interesting place in the basement, called "Sardab", which seemed like a cool and very quiet place for having a meal with friends.

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Ireland
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

Old traditional hotel in the centre of Yadz, 2 minutes walk from the Jame mosque. Full of winding corridors and steep steps. The dining room is magnificent and worth popping in for a coffee/ dinner just to see it. We stayed in room 102, a small double room on the first floor up some very steep, windy steps with a...

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Lucca, Italy
Reviewed 2 September 2016 via mobile

This traditional hotel is very beautiful because it combines traditional things with modern comfort. For us, the quality for price is very high (but we booked the same day and we benefited of a good deal). Highly recommended!

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Tehran, Iran
Reviewed 27 July 2016

yazd is one of cities in the world that you should visit befor die. i stay in this hotel with my mom for three night. hotel is traditional home with special design. totally i love the place but there is not great place for sleep until midnight resturant is noisy and full of customers. breakfast had limit choices. sardab is...

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Reviewed 15 July 2016 via mobile

Nice rooms but a bit musty. Historic building. Very helpful staff. Good location. Don't eat at the restaurant, there are much better places to eat for the price. They organised our bus tickets but charged an extra 50% on top of the regular price which we didn't realise until later on.

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Milano
Reviewed 19 May 2016

We stayed here one night, our first traditional house and it was great, the common courtyard so charming. The room was clean, air-con working properly, nothing to complain about. Breakfast a little bit poor, but this hotel is very conveniently located, short walking distance from Amir Chakmagh square and Water Museum. A pleasant stay for one night

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Reviewed 16 May 2016 via mobile

A very traditional place, but also very big (the biggest of the 5 traditional places I stayed in Iran on a 18 day tour). The place is rather worn down and besides some paint things does not seem to be repaired when broken. I stayed at the Grandfathers room (very big and magnificent, but also rather expensive (approximately 100 USD/night)....

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Tehran, Iran
Reviewed 4 May 2016

We stayed for one night here after the hotel we'd originally booked 'lost' our booking. This is a real Safavid era place (c. 400 years old) which is both a blessing (very pretty courtyard, amazing from a historical perspective) but also a curse (room smelled strongly of dust/mud/earth, no window, hotel staff said they can't renovate any further because the...

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Address: Imam Khomeini St. | opposite Shahzadeh Fazel Shrine, Yazd, Iran
Region: Iran > Yazd Province > Yazd
Number of rooms: 7
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“Request for rooms on the ground floor”
 of 5 bubbles Chris1510, 8 Nov 2016 | Read review
“room in small yard”
 of 5 bubbles z_s_mahdavi, 26 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Ask for a room with a shower, they only seems to have a common one on the mens toilet which is smelly and problematic for women.”
 of 5 bubbles FCMS0815, 11 Oct 2014 | Read review
“Try to ask for rooms that have separate shower and toilet facilities e.g. Room 111”
 of 5 bubbles LL780, 23 Apr 2014 | Read review
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