The traditional residence of Shah Abul Qasem of Yazd is located in Seyyed Golesarkh Street and Shah Abul Qasem Alley, the heart of Yazd's historical fabric.
The 2-story building of the residence dates back to the Qajar period, and in 2018, after reconstruction and restoration, it operated as a traditional residence or boutique hotel of Shah Abul Qasem.
The traditional residence has 17 rooms with capacities of 1 to 4 passengers and is considered one of the most affordable and economical accommodations among hotels in Yazd city.
The residence's clear blue pond doubles this cozy courtyard's beauty. On the roof of the traditional residence, you can enjoy a pleasant view of the old texture of Yazd.
Iranian restaurant, outdoor coffee shop, housekeeping service, and traditional teahouse are some of the facilities and benefits of the traditional residence of Shah Abul Qasem Yazd.
The friendly staff of the residence tries to make you experience a comfortable and pleasant stay during your trip to Yazd.
The ideal location of the traditional residence of Shah Abul Qasem Yazd allows travelers to access many important sights of Yazd. In addition, you have good access to Yazd shopping centers and Khan Bazaar.
Iskandar prison is located a few steps away from your residence. Various restaurants and cafes are available near the traditional residence of Shah Abul Qasem Yazd.
The distance between the traditional residence of Shah Abul Qasem Yazd and places of interest:
Distance to Iskandar prison: 0.3 km
Distance to Wazir reservoir: 1.4 km
Distance to Dolatabad Garden: 2.4 km
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.