Pol and Park Hotel
Lonely Planet review
With half the 35 rooms sporting balconies overlooking the Si-o-Seh Bridge and an overall friendly feel, you can forgive the ageing but clean rooms. Excellent value.
Our independent authors have visited Pol and Park Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Esfahan.
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