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The hotel was built as the Hyatt Crown Tehran in 1977. It was the third Hyatt to open in Iran, following the Hyatt Caspian in Chalus and the Hyatt Omar Khayam in Mashhad. All three hotels were owned by the Pahlavi Foundation and managed by Hyatt.

With the Islamic Revolution in 1979, the Pahlavi Foundation was dissolved and the hotels were transferred to the Foundation of the Oppressed and Disabled and the management contracts with Hyatt were severed. The hotel was renamed the Tehran Crown Hotel that year and then the Azadi Grand Hotel (Azadi means "Freedom" in Persian) in 1980. The Foundation's hotel division was separated off in 1995, named first Bonyads Hotels, then Azadi Hotels in 1999 and finally Parsian Hotels in 2000.

The Azadi Grand Hotel closed in 2007 for a $50 Million renovation overseen by Italian and Swiss interior designers and a number of Chinese construction firms. It reopened in 2011 as the Parsian Azadi Hotel. Hotel reservation cancellation time and date may vary, but must not exceed 72 hours prior to the scheduled arrival date If you require that a cardholder cancel before 6:00 pm on the scheduled arrival date, you must mail the cancellation policy to the cardholder. Note: If the reservation service reservation is made within 72 hours of the arrival, your cancellation deadline must be no earlier than 6:00 pm on the arrival date

You must provide proof that the cardholder received a copy of your cancellation policy. It is recommended that fax a copy of the policy to the cardholder and have the cardholder sign the policy prior to confirming the reservation.

Cities in: Tehran

Hotel Reviews

Jorge
# Jorge

"Good hotel”
I enjoyed this hotel. The room was $160 per night and was excellent. The Azadi is in the same bracket as Marriot, Hyatt etc. The room was large, light and very comfortable. The bathroom had a good shower and a bath. The facilities to work in the room were good, though internet was patchy. The one drawback is the location....

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