Built in 1929 and listed as a historical monument, the Naderi was once the place to party
in Tehran (look for the bandstand and dance floor in the overgrown back yard). Alas,
those days are long gone and one of Tehran’s oldest hotels is looking its age. The charm of
high-ceilinged rooms, ‘50s-era Bakelite telephones, a manual switchboard and decades-
old furnishings is offset by dripping taps, grubby floors and, apart from Davoud, grumpy
service. Still, the price is low and the location, above adjoining Cafe Naderi, is good. If
you do stay, be sure to ask for a rear room (room numbers 107 to 112 or 207 to 212),
because the front rooms are crazy noisy.
Activities Sauna, Fitness centre
Media & Technology Satellite Channels, Telephone, TV
Food & Drink Bar, Breakfast ,Restaurant,Snack bar, Minibar
Internet WiFi is available
Parking Parking available.
Services 24 hour Room service, Conference Room, Coffee Shop
General Safety deposit box, Shops
Languages spoken Turkish, Russian, Spanish, English, German, Arabic