Address: 1 Masjed Ali Alley, Harunieh, Isfahan
Phone: +98 311 220 9787
Fax: + 98 311 220 9786
A superb attempt at the restoration of a crumbling 1670’s mansion, Dibai House is the result of years of hard work by an Iranian born, Spanish educated local woman by the name of Sufi.
Known especially for its magnificent interior that replicates and adapts the traditional character and quality of spaces rather than introduce new, modern typologies, the Dibai House is a treat for tourists who want aesthetics, convenience, and hospitality in one large bundle.
Ali Mosque, located near the hotel’s building, has a splendid 11th century minaret reminiscent of the Seljuk era. This can be seen from the hotel’s courtyard as you recline there on a lazy evening, sipping on a cup of specially prepared coffee or tea.
Children under the age of 14 are not allowed inside the hotel, for the obvious reasons that they tend to run around and collide more frequently with objects, walls, and anything else that comes in their way.
Reservations are especially recommended at the hotel.
The hotel contains just ten rooms – each one different in setup and size. Special care has been taken to retain an authentic traditional look in all of the rooms rather than bombard them with modern furnishing and color schemes.
Rooms might seem small to some travelers, but they are not inconvenient. Bathrooms are all isolated, situated separately from the rooms – a disadvantage, some may consider it, but others see it as an opportunity to dive into local culture. Only 2 suites provide attached baths.
The per-night fee includes a decent traditional breakfast.
Smoking is especially prohibited indoors.
1. A basement, called the shabestan, provides a large socializing cum eating area.
2. The chaikhana, or teahouse, offers tasty pastries, cakes, sandwiches, and tea.