Crossroad of Chamran Highway And Valiasr Street, Parkway Crossroad, Tehran 11369 Iran
The five-star Parsian Esteghlal International Hotel, formerly known as the Tehran Royal Hilton Hotel, has been hosting visitors, events, and conferences since 1962.
The twin West & East Towers, which are located in the Alborz Mountain Ranges, provide guests with access to some of Tehran's most popular attractions as well as an unobstructed view of the entire city.
The 70,000 square-meter complex, designed by Heydar Ghiai, a pioneer of contemporary architecture in Iran, and famed British architect Raglan Squire, who created Hilton hotels, was a first-of-its-kind hotel in the Middle East, both in scale and magnitude.
The complex, which has two buildings, East tower and West tower, with 504 mountain and city-facing rooms, is fascinating with the early morning dawn followed by a cool soft wind.