No 33, Hoseiniyan 34 Alley, Yazd Iran
Yazd Oasis Hostel is a 120-year-old house from the Qajar period. After being rebuilt as a residential community, this hostel reopened in 2015. The Oasis hostel includes two courtyards, an exterior and an inner courtyard, both of which are nice places to have tea or eat meals. An antique kitchen sits to the left of the courtyard, its only source of light a round window in the ceiling.
The Yazd Oasis Hostel features a modest underground basement where various pickles, jams, nuts, and other items have been preserved. Oasis Hostel's main courtyard is a huge courtyard with a broad passageway running between the narrow walls. The courtyard also has kitchens and restrooms.
There are nine rooms in all, each with eight beds, including an alcove chamber with a little wind-tower, dome roofs, and traditional wooden doors.