Malek Hotel, a jewel in the center of the city of turquoise domes.
Malek Hotel in Isfahan was opened in 2005 with a space consisting of 19 rooms, a restaurant, a café, a traditional dining room, two separate halls and a private parking lot. This complex is one of the three star hotels in Isfahan, which is located in the central part of the city of turquoise domes. The location of this hotel is between the two treasures, Naqsh Jahan Square and Khajoo Bridge and it is a 20-minute walk from these monuments and other historical places, including Aali Qapo, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Chehelston Palace, etc. Molabashi Historic House is located next to Malek Vineyard Complex in front of the hotel. Also, if you travel to Isfahan to participate in the International Exhibition, it is good to know that Malek Hotel is the closest hotel to the permanent location of Isfahan International Exhibitions.
Iranian-Islamic fine art in Malek
In the Malek Hotel in Isfahan, decorations and designs are used that acquaint you with the Iranian arts and crafts. The appearance of this beauty in the exterior of the hotel, lobby, rooms, corridors, restaurant and dining room attracts every visitor; So that even if you do not visit the attractions of the city, you will see a piece of it in the hotel.
Hotel Malek, host of any nationality, ethnicity and language
The main goal of the Malek hotel is the comfort and convenience of guests during their stay to experience memorable memories in Isfahan; As a result, the space provided in different parts of the complex, such as restaurants and halls, is twice the per capita space required by each guest. So plan to travel to Isfahan safely and see its tourist attractions and historical monuments.
Double space per capita in the property complex
The main goal of the property hotel is the comfort and convenience of the guests during their stay to experience memorable memories in half of the world; As a result, the space provided in different parts of the complex, such as restaurants and reception halls, is twice the per capita space required by each guest.