Yazd Garden-Hotel

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Iran’s first Persian garden-hotel hosted Tuesday tourism deputy of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO), Morteza Rahmani Movahed, on his recent trip to Yazd Province, CHTN reported. The main purpose of the visit was to check the structure’s renovation, which is being funded by the ICHHTO. Moshir-ol-Mamaalek Garden is one of Iran’s famous Persian gardens built during the Qajar era, covering 1,300 sq m. A nationally-recognized cultural heritage site, the garden was repurposed into a hotel in 2003, making it the the first of its kind in the country. The traditional hotel gives its guests an authentic experience of aristocratic life in the Qajar era, helped by the structure’s mesmerizing architecture and the presence of fountains and streams in the yard, surrounded by greenery.