Arg Hotel (Shiraz, Iran) Reviews
Newest Review: ... hate us in the UK too, or is that just the Americans?". Shiraz is one of those cities that must have been a great fun place to be in the days before the current rather repressive regime took over. The hotel is named after the local fortress, the Arg-el-Karimkhani although I liked to think that Arg is the sort of noise a pirate might make. It's a mid-sized hotel that's located on a quiet street with a lobby that opens straight off the street. The lobby is two-storey with lots of gold-coloured sofas and coffee tables and a lot of open brickwork. During check-in our tour leader went off the grab the keys whilst we all flopped on the sof... more
Customer Arg Hotel (Shiraz, Iran) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/06/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
During our tour of Iran in 2006 we spent two nights at the Arg Hotel in Shiraz, a lovely city with lots to see and do that was once the centre of the Persian wine industry. So if your first thought on seeing the name Shiraz was 'red wine' you'd not be wrong. This is the city that gave the wine its name. Sadly these days you won't get anything more exciting that alochol-free fruit beer but grape growing is still a big industry. The Arg hotel was small and at times a bit basic but its location close to the bazaar and the town centre was excellent. We were happy to walk around late at night with less of a sense of nervousness than you'd expect to find in most ... Read the complete review
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