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Top Hostels in Esfahan

Top Hostels in Esfahan

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Isfahan-Iran

Although Esfahan was the last city among the most favourable cities of Iran which hostels started working in but the newly established hostels of Esfahan are competitive to the well-experienced ones in Yazd and Shiraz. There are traditional and modern hostels and both made a relaxing atmosphere for travellers. Most the hostels are located near the main attractions and tourists can easily walk to visit them.


  • Ragrug Hostel

  • Address: Sabahi St|Isfahan Province, Esfahan, Iran

Description:

Ragrug is a modern colourful hostel in Esfahan, with 4 private rooms and 5 shared rooms. Rooms are clean and well air-conditioned. There are a small yard and rooftop. The staff are friendly and prices are fair.

Free Wi-Fi, Free Breakfast.


  • Howzak House

  • Address: No 31, Arabha DE, Emamzadeh Shora Alley, Masjed Jame Alley

Description:

Jame Mosque of Esfahan is a spectacular UNESCO heritage and this hostel is located in a few minutes of walking distance to this mosque. Then the Bazaar is right there and you can walk to the main square all along the Bazaar; enjoy visiting different parts of it and get surprised when you reach the Naqsh-e Jahan square. The hostel is a traditional house with an adorable yard and it is very quiet. It is managed by a kind family, so you feel home here.

Free Wi-Fi, Free Breakfast, Laundry service.


  • Mahbibi Hostel

  • Address: Chaharbagh khajou street|Naqashi intersection, Esfahan, Iran

Description:

Newly established and completely restored, this is an old building in Esfahan with a cool central yard which is really well decorated with flowers and rooms are around the yard. Located in nice street, it is walking distance to the main attraction of Esfahan, Naqsh-e Jahan Sq., Bazaar and also Khajoo Bridge.

Free Wi-Fi, Breakfast included and pet-friendly.


  • Nowruz B&B

  • Address: NO. 46, Navab Blind Alley, Ahmadabad, Esfahan, Iran

Description:

Just 10 minutes from Naqsh-e Jahan square and many little shops and restaurants around, make this hostel a great place to stay. Running by a kind family, so it’s very safe and good chance to meet Iranian family. Just two rooms but breakfast and Wi-Fi are provided.

Free Wi-Fi, Breakfast included and Free Parking.


  • HI Isfahan Hostel

  • Address: NO. 7, Rashidi alley, Hedayati st, Chaharbagh Bala st, Esfahan, Iran

Description:

It’s located in nice area of Esfahan which is closer to the Armenian district where Vank Cathedral is located and the area is for young people to chat and gather. Also, it’s close by the Sio-Se Pol Bridge, one of the two most famous bridges. There are many restaurants and cafes around the hostel as well. Family rooms are available and all rooms are equipped with air-conditioner.

Free Wi-Fi, Breakfast included and Free Parking.


  • Seven Hostels in Isfahan

  • Address: Masjed Seyyed intersection, Chaharbagh Paein St, Esfahan, Iran

Description:

A part of Orchid hotel is dedicated to budget backpackers in dorm rooms, known as Seven Hostels and the services are same as the hotel. 10 minutes walking distance to the main square and located in one of Chaharbagh streets of Esfahan which are really great for walking under the trees or sitting and watching the local people. Being a hotel which many Iranian people also stay here gives you a chance to get in touch and chat with locals.

Free Wi-Fi, Breakfast included, Free Parking, Restaurant and rooftop.


  • Hostel Nemoneh

  • Address: Masjed Seyyed St, Esfahan 81464, Iran

Description:

All rooms are private, double, twin and triple rooms and they are big and clean rooms, very suitable for families. Not very close to the historical center but the access is easy. There is a historical neighbourhood nearby, named Ali Gholi Agha which is not visited by many tourists but it’s really worth it to visit the great tile decorated Hammam of Ali Gholi Agha.

Free Wi-Fi and Parking, Breakfast included.

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Contributed By Sorush Angabini

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Contributed By Sorush Angabini