No. 56, Sonbolestan Alley, Ebn-E-Sina St, Shohada Sq, Isfahan 8148683941 Iran
The Bekhradi's Historical House is the only 17th century Safavid historical house that has been restored and used as a traditional hotel. The house is comprised of two constructions. One of the buildings, with the style of the Qajar era (1789-1925), was restored right next to another with Safavid architectural construction. Hence, Bekhradi’s Historical House is a manifestation of the magnificent architecture of the two historical periods; Safavid and Qajar.
The Bekhradi’s Historical House, which was restored from 2017 to 2019, is registered on the Iran National Heritage List. The house is located in Sonbolestan, one of the oldest neighborhoods in northeast Isfahan.
The Qajar and Safavid building, with 25 suites and rooms, has the capacity of hosting 65 persons. Four royal suites are located in the Safavid building named Ravagh, Tagh, Gooshvareh, and Hojreh and the rest 21 rooms and suites are in the building with Qajar architecture. Each suite has its distinct historical characteristic, which is manifested on wall paintings, stucco work, and stained-glass windows.
All rooms and suites have private bathrooms and are decorated with unique handmade tiles on the walls and hand-ironed linens; as well as comfortable beds, separate mini-bar, and air conditioning. You can also use wireless internet and watch TV in the rooms.
The Talar or great hall of the house is used as the breakfast and dining room. In addition to continental breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served, on the reservation, for an extra charge.
This house is close to several main attractions such as Naghsh-e Jahan Square, Ali Qapu, and Chehel Sotoun Palace, Si-o-Seh Pol Bridge, Hasht Behesht Palace, and Vank Cathedral. As mentioned, this house is a valuable relic of two rich cultural periods in history. A combination of history and modernity at Bekhradi’s Traditional House makes your stay an unforgettable memory.