Hasht Behesht Palace
Madraseh-ye Chahar Bagh
Built between 1704 and 1714 as part of an expansive complex that included a caravanserai (now the Abbasi Hotel) and the Bazar-e Honar,...
Kakh-e Chehel Sotun
This, the only surviving palace on the royal precinct that stretched between Naqsh-e Jahan (Imam) Sq and Chahar Bagh Abbasi St, this...
Muze-ye Honarha-ye Tazeini
This recently renovated museum occupies a building that once served as stables and warehouse to Safavid kings. Today it contains a fine...
Abbasi Hotel Teahouse
The setting at the rear of the hotel’s courtyard is a delight, and while you might need to start singing to get a waiter’s attention...
Hasht Behesht Palace information
Once the most luxuriously decorated in Esfahan, the interior of the small Hasht Behesht Palace has been extensively damaged over the years. However, it retains a seductive tranquillity, with the soaring wooden columns on its open-sided terrace seeming to mirror the trees in the surrounding park.