Wisteria Hotel, established in 2016, is a luxury hotel located in the Tehran province and founded by a group of Iranian and Canadian hospitality professionals.
The hotel is in one of Tehran north’s prime spots, located within the Alborz mountain range and at the highest peak of the city, with access to many scenic tourist attractions, major commercial and recreational centers, hiking trails, and museums. The surrounding attractions include museums such as Sa’adabad Palace, Niavaran Palace, Royal Library Museum, Ferdos garden, Cinema Museum, Pahlavi Exclusive Car Museum, Dr.Hesabi Museum, Jahan Nama Museum, Iran Clock Museum, commercial and recreational centers such as Palladium, Arg, Pardis and Ghaem, Elahiye and Jordan shopping centers, and scenic hiking trails and ski. Hiking trails include Darband, Jamshidieh Park and Darakeh, and ski resorts includeTouchal, Dizin, Darbandsar and Shemshak.
The hotel offers spacious rooms with magnificent Alborz Mountain and Tehran city views, fully equipped with modern amenities and access to the hotel’s services and facilities. Guests have the option to dine and relax in one of the hotel’s luxurious restaurants and cafes, conduct business meeting in the hotel’s multi-purpose conference hall and business center or celebrate a special occasion in one of the two fully catered luxurious banquet halls. The hotel’s spa and wellness center includes various amenities such as an indoor pool, sauna/steam room, Jacuzzi, a well-equipped gym, aromatic spa, massage salon, Turkish bath, and coffee shop, offering a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere for guests.
Wisteria Hotel is strategically situated to provide its guests with a memorable and long-lasting experience. Minutes away from Tehran’s subway station, BRT bus line and taxi hub provides easy access to local amenities and tourism sites, allowing guests to spend more of their time exploring the city rather than being in traffic. Equipped with a fully secured parking lot, the hotel provides many convenient options to explore and travel around the city.