Friday, 27 December, 2019

Iran’s Largest Hotel Inaugurated

As Iran’s largest five-star hotel with over 500 rooms, ‘Espinas Palace’ Hotel was  inaugurated on Monday.

Attended by Iran’s first Vice-President Ishagh Jahangiri and Head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, Masoud Soltanifar, the opening ceremony of the luxury ‘Espinas Palace’ Hotel was held in Sa’adatabad neighborhood in northwest Tehran.

The 28-floor, five-star establishment has a capacity of 1,500 and contains 56 presidential suites.

Lodging units, spa, sports facilities, restaurants and cafes, 14 conference halls, and a 2500-seat concert hall are among the hotel’s features.

The hotel has 520 rooms equipped with state of the art amenities. It has the most attractive lodging facilities among the establishments created since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Transport provisions have also been considered. Located in Tehran’s affluent Sa’adatabad neighborhood and close to major highways, the hotel is easily accessible from the Imam Khomeini International Airport and is a short drive away from the city center.

“The hotel, whose design is inspired by Persian symbols and architecture style, can serve as a symbol of the tourism industry,” said Ali Asghar Amiri, the project investor.



Images selected from IRNA, Tasnim and ISNA agency news

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