Dariush Square, Kish Island Iran
The Dariush Grand Hotel is the symbol of the Persian civilization and the great history of the Pars people. The hotel is named after the Achaemenid King Dariush the Great (550-486 BCE) due to its resemblance to Apadana and Tucker palaces in Persepolis. All the components in the building including statues, pillars, and stones are inspired by these palaces that allow guests to enjoy the hotel as a museum in addition to its facilities.
Dariush Grand Hotel has 190 spacious and exquisite rooms and suites. There are various kinds of rooms available for the guests to choose from, Standard double room (garden/sea view), luxury double room (garden /sea view), luxury studio/suite garden view, Atoosa luxury double suite (garden/sea view), Royal luxury quadruple suite (garden/sea view), Cabana double, Cabana triple, Cabana triple sea view, Cabana terrace double (Sunroof bath) and Cabana terrace triple (Sunroof bath). Windows of all rooms open to the sea or the garden.
One of the unique attractions of this hotel is the Dolphin Park. This collection includes delphinium or Dolphin Park, bird garden, greenery with various types of herbs, amphitheater, and traditional tablecloths. Actually (one of) the most famous hotel (s) in Kish is Dariush Hotel. It is one of the island's tourist attractions and many of those who travel to Kish visits the place.