Type of Room
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The four-star Parsian Ghaleganj Hotel was established in 2016 in Ghaleganj district as the first kappar (wooden gazebo) hotel in the world. This traditional hotel is built in Ghaleganj city, the farthest city in Kerman Province on the border of Hormozgan Province and in vicinity of Hamun-e Jaz Murian. The four-star kappar Parsian Ghaleganj Hotel with its rural houses turned kappar from a symbol of poverty to a sign of wealth. The distinctions of this hotel include off-roading in the sandy desert, dining in the desert with seasonal fruits and local game ramaza, and viewing the picturesque scenery of the region from above Takht Varzal with its unique view of the forest, desert, and sand dunes. Ghaleganj is located about 400 km from Kerman and about 120 km from Bandar Abbas. Residential and entertainment services are provided by an experienced and trained staff meeting international standards. The most important tourist attractions of Ghaleganj are Hamun-e Jaz Murian, the longest sand dunes in the world, and the off-roading resort with the world’s quickest sunset.
As the world’s first kappar hotel, Parsian Ghaleganj Hotel has five traditional corridors, each with six kappar rooms. All 30 rooms of this hotel present a combination of tradition and modernity.
A minibar, silent refrigerator, central telephoning system, hairdryer, heating-cooling system, independent hot water system, fire alarm system, fire extinguisher, bathroom, sitting toilet, and Internet access
The Jam Traditional Restaurant of Parsian Ghaleganj Hotel (capacity: 28) offers a variety of local dishes, including tandoori kebob, boz ghormeh stew, and doogh pai stew.
Meetings & Events
The lobby of Parsian Ghaleganj Hotel is inspired by the design of museums and exhibits 5,000-year-old artefacts, the most famous of which being the clay horse with reins, showing that Iranians were the first nation to tame horses and put reins on them. The furniture of the lobby consists of traditional boards with colorful mats and cushions. Moreover, the local handicraft is exhibited in the lobby, and guests are welcomed with local drinks upon entering the lobby where free Internet access is also available.