Teymouri St Alley #30, Shiraz 71364 Iran
Shirazi House was constructed over 200 years old and is probably the most ancient building in the historical part of Shiraz. Shirazi House, which was partially ruined, was bought in 2015, and architect experts and masters restored it in 30 months.
The house consists of five rooms named Toranj, Mogharnas (two rooms), Tarab, Samae are on the northern, western, and southern part of the central courtyard. Room equipped with individual air-conditioning and heating, hairdryer, personal safe box in room, high speed Internet access and complimentary Wi-Fi. The residential rooms are decorated with stained glass windows as well as ornamentally vaulted shelves (mogharnas) and plaster string course (ghatar bandi), and strapwork tiles.
In the basement, which is extended to its northern and western part, there are two residential areas, piscine, and Jacuzzi, which has been operated with the same system of warm-water reservoirs of bath traditional bathrooms. The piscine and the room next to it serve as an exhibition with old pictures of Fars and give guests the chance to visit them.
Shirazi house is located in DarbShazdeh Neighborhood. After walking for some minutes, you reach Vakil Bazaar, Karim Khan Castle, Divankhaneh Building, Jobbehkhaneh, Pars Museum, Vakil Mosque, and Vakil Bathhouse.