Abbasi Hotel

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Coordinates: 32°39′5″N 51°40′14″E / 32.65139°N 51.67056°E / 32.65139; 51.67056

Abbasi Hotel
Abbasi Hotel.jpg
General information
LocationIsfahan, Iran
AddressAmadegah St. Chaharbagh Ave., Isfahan, Iran
Other information
Number of rooms186
Number of suites27
Number of restaurants9

The Abbasi Hotel (formerly known as the Shah Abbas Hotel) is a hotel located in Isfahan, Iran. This complex was built at the time of king Sultan Husayn of Safavid about 400 years ago. It was built as a caravansary to provide lodging for travellers. The structure has been renovated 1959 by Architect A.Mohit and French André Godard (21 January 1881 – 31 July 1965) was an archaeologist, architect and historian of French and Middle Eastern Art. He served as the director of the Iranian Archeological Service for many years.

The 1974 film And Then There Were None, starring Oliver Reed and Elke Sommer, was shot here.

Inside one of the Rooms - Photo : Sajjad Memari