Dad Hotel Yazd, serving travelers and tourists as a 4-star hotel since 2007, has an exciting story.
At the beginning of the century and in 1928, Haj Abdul Khaliq Dad built this place using goods transportation and hospitality, which continued to operate until 1993.
Finally, in 2001, the restoration and reconstruction of this place began, so today, Dad Hotel is known as one of the most beautiful traditional hotels among hotels in Yazd.
This hotel has 88 spacious, bright rooms and suites with 1 to 4 beds on three floors. And with its professional staff, it tries to make you have a comfortable and enjoyable stay in the hospitable city of Yazd.
The unique architecture of Dad hotel with Iranian-Yazdi style, a combination of brick and mud, materials used by desert dwellers in the past, arches, and beautiful skylights are used in different parts of the building.
One of the architectures used in the buildings of the desert cities is Gudal Bagche, which created a stunning and unique effect in the hotel area.
The quality facilities and services of Dad Hotel include conference and banquet halls, two restaurants with Iranian and vegetarian dishes, an open-air cafe in a pleasant place, a craft store, a swimming pool, a sauna, a jacuzzi, and a massage.
Dad Hotel is located in the historical context of Yazd city and near historic and scenic places such as Yazd Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Amirchakhmaq Square, Jame Mosque, Water Museum, Iskander Prison, and Fahadan Historical Quarter.
Distance to Friday Mosque - 10 minutes on foot - 3 minutes by car (800 meters)
Distance to Dolat Abad Garden - 25 minutes on foot - 7 minutes by car (2.2 km)
Distance to Amir Chakhmaq Mosque - 14 minutes on foot - 2 minutes by car (1.1 kilometers)
The cancellation fees are established by the hotel and will vary depending on the date of cancellation. The exact amount will be determined after inquiring with the hotel.
All children under 7 years can use an existing bed for free.
International credit/debit cards are not accepted at this property.
Upon arrival, the Guest must provide the receptionist with a valid passport.
Iran hotels don’t enforce non-Muslim and non-Iranian the married couple’s rule.
Unmarried Persian couples are not able to get a hotel room. If you’re married to an Iranian, we advise you to carry your marriage certificate with passport as proof of marriage.
Pets are not allowed.
Any type of bed or extra bed is upon request and must be coordinated with the hotel reception at the time of delivery.
Additional charges are not automatically calculated in the total cost and must be paid separately during your stay.