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Hotel Mashad (Semiramiss) with nearly half of century experience in hotel industry I one of the most classis hotels in Tehran.

With over 90 rooms witch consist of single room, double and well equipped suits with over 50sqm area of each.

Hotel Mashad is located in the very center of Tehran with having a metro station (North Branch, Taleghani Station) just few meters from hotel’s main entrance witch would be the best way to travel to grate bazzar of Tehran, and some other destinations.

Hotel is located in about 30 minutes drive from Mehrabad’s airport, and 45 minutes from Imam Khomeini’s airport

Tell: 009821 888 25 145

       009821 888 25 146

       009821 888 25 147

email: info@hotelmashad.ir

http://www.hotelmashad.ir/index_f.htm

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