Ghasre Monshi Hotel is a remainder of Qajar Dynasty from 1820’s AD. Therefore, this hotel is also historically significant as it was one of Fatah’ali Shah’s few houses in Isfahan (Fatah’ali Shah was a king in Qajar era). The location of this hotel is perfect for those who want to explore the city on their foot and enjoy passing through old neighborhoods. It’s located conveniently in an area very close to Isfahan historical attractions. Ghasre Monshi Alley connects the Ghasre Monshi Hotel to Isfahan Bazaar, the part of it that has the local handicrafts in the stores to observe and buy as souvenirs. On the alley, there is a Zurkhaneh which is a traditional Persian gymnasium. Once you get to Bazaar after 20 steps, the alley takes you straight to the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, Naghsh-e Jahan Square. Ali Qapu Palace, Imam and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosques are three well-known tourist attractions that are on each side of Naghsh-e Jahan Square. While Ghasre Monshi is historically significant, it has undergone a major renovation with the supervision of Isfahan’s Cultural Heritage Organization to ensure preservation of its historic resemblance and values.
Ghasre Monshi is proud of Persian culture, history, and cuisine. As Ghasre Monshi Hotel has a restaurant which serves a variety of Persian dishes.There is also a cafe where you can treat yourself to a drink or snack.
Moreover, there are five types of rooms in Ghasre Monshi Hotel. You can choose from single, twin, double, triple, or VIP room (twin and double). The breakfast is complimentary. Children between 3 and 8 only pay half. You can enjoy high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The staffs are available to assist the guests 24/7.
Address: West Ghasr Monshi Alley, Neshat St., Isfahan