The Abbasi hotel lies on a side street of the Chaharbagh avenue. It is one of the most highly rated hotels in Isfahan. The structure was originally built during the reign of Sultan Hossein of Safavid about 300 years ago as a caravansary to provide lodging for passengers. The complex was then renovated in the 1950s and converted into a hotel. The entrance hall is breathtaking, with walls covered with impressive Persian style decorations. The inner court has a beautiful garden and is well suited for dining outdoors in the evening.
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