Lonely Planet review
At long last Kashan has its first traditional hotel, and it was worth the wait. Rooms come in a variety of shapes and sizes, some with raw, arched earthen ceilings, others more modern. We were the very first guests and prices had yet to be set, but expect to pay about €7 to €10 for a dorm bed and €20 to €35 for a room. It’s easy to miss, down a small lane opposite the street leading to Agha Bozorg Mosque.
Our independent authors have visited Khan-e Ehsan and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Kashan.
Interesting places nearby
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