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The Azadi is one of the biggest hotels in Iran and is the tallest hotel in Tehran, providing excellent views of the Alborz mountains and the city. The hotel has a modern design. Please note that credit cards are not accepted and only cash can be used within the hotel.
Features: 482 rooms & suites, 3 restaurants, bar, gym, spa with swimming pool, sauna, tennis court, games room.Room amenities: Air conditioning, interactive satellite flatscreen television, bathrobe, hairdryer; high-speed internet access.
Please call 020 7873 5000 for more information or to make a booking.
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