Parsian International Hotel

The four-star Parsian Abadan Hotel, formerly named Persian Hotel, was established in 1969 between Abadan and Khorramshahr. During the Iran-Iraq War, this hotel was used as the military base by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps of Khorramshahr. After the war and due to destructions, its renovation began in 1993 by Mostazafan Foundation as a B-level four-star hotel which became operational in 1995. To promote service quality, the hotel was once again renovated in 2004 in two east and west phases, and became operational as a T-level four-star hotel in 2005.

Parsian Abadan Hotel has 46 residential units, including two-bed room (twin and double), and regular and royal suites. Rooms and suites offer a unique view of the artificial lake.

Security services, fire alarm service, a personal safe-deposit box, telephone, LED television set, satellite television channels, high-speed Internet access, minibar, and 24-hour room service

‏Khayyam Restaurant of Parsian Abadan Hotel is the only 24-hour restaurant in Abadan (capacity: 80) overlooking the green landscape and offering a variety of Iranian and western dishes. The café in the lobby is also available.

Parsian Abadan Hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, sauna, and Jacuzzi, open during spring and summer from 15 to 22. The physician at the hotel is on-call in case of emergencies. Moreover, the 24-hour parking space is available for guests.