Date of stay: December 2019
I arrived there around midnight after a long flight, and at first glance I didn't recognize the place, because it only has a small wooden door and a small name sign. Once I got inside, I felt the atmosphere of my own home, thousands of miles away. They have a centre room where many travellers sit down and talk around with each other. There is also a shared kitchen for in any case you have food to cook. In the morning, breakfast is served from 07.00-10.00 local time. The food served are fruits and bread, with tea and coffee. Tehran Heritage Hostel also held a celebration for Yalda, the Persian call for the first day of Winter.
Room Tip: if you are looking for a unique experience, be sure to book a yurt.
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