Aghazadeh Historical Complex in Abarkooh, with an area of five thousand square meters, is located in the old parts of the city. Interestingly, the image of its 2-floor wind-catcher (badgir) is printed on the 20 thousand Iranian Rial banknote. After two years of renovation in accordance with the highest levels of standards, the complex is ready to host guests.
This complex includes five historical buildings including the Aghazadeh mansion, the Seyyed Ali Agha House, Mousavi House, Hosseini House and Gabri House. 3 of these Houses have been converted to residential units and a boutique hotel.
All the rooms have standard amenities such as air conditioning and fan coil heating and cooling systems, free internet access, refrigerator, TV, hairdryer, and toiletries.
The restaurant and the coffee shop are in Aghazadeh Mansion. The guests are invited to taste Iranian and local cuisine in an attractive and peaceful environment.
All of the five houses are connected through the roof which overlooks the ancient architecture of the city and the wind-catcher printed on the twenty thousand Rials banknote.