Isfahan Province, Isfahan, Boustane Saadi Blvd, Iran
The Chehel Panjereh Hotel in Esfahan first opened its doors in April of 2000. The Chehel Panjereh, impeccably constructed, combines originality and coziness with the conveniences and amenities available only in sophisticated and opulent places. The hotel's two main vision statements are family oriented and comfort. In 2016, the hotel's communal areas were completely renovated.
Chehel Panjereh is a Shirazi folklore poem that translates to "forty windows." This poem depicts a woman's idea of building a bathhouse with forty windows and pillars that is both gorgeous and cozy. To create a loving, peaceful, and refreshing environment for the King and his entourage. We, the Chehel Panjereh family, would like to reciprocate.