Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel Of Kashan

Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel Of Kashan

At Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel you can see a beautiful historical house, have a meal and spend the night.

History of the Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel

The house of Ameriha was erected during the rule of Karim Khan Zand. This house was built prior to the 1192 (Lunar) earthquake and was repaired during the Qajar dynasty after partial destruction and some parts were added to it. The original owner of the house of Ameriha was Ibrahim Khan Kalanter. Later on during the Qajar dynasty when Kashan was surrounded by Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar, Saham Al-altaneh who was a man of Arab origins came to help Kashan’s governor and saved Kashan from the peril. The governor of Kashan, as a sign of gratitude, gave him this house! After him, the yards and courtyards of this house were inherited to his eldest son, Ibrahim Khalil Khan Ameri, and the rest of the building were given to other members of the family. And from then on the name of house was House of Ameriha.

Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel
Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel

The architecture of the Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel

The first thing you need to see in order to understand this complex better is its plan. Historical houses and most of the houses in Kashan have so many yards and are so intricate that one would get lost without a comprehensive map and would not enjoy the time spent there as much as he or she would have if they had a map. The historical complex of the house of Ameriha is comprised of a number of distinct and connected houses. Its total are is between 7000 and 9000 square meters.

The architecture of this structure of based on flowerbed pit and central yard and in all the yards there is a dock and the circulation of the water flow has been taken into account so that the hot summers of the desert wouldn’t be so irritating. The architecture of this house due to the existence of underground paths is unique on its own right. This path is in the form of a underpass corridor and is located in the eastern front of the alcove yard which is the only way connecting the two yards of the house.

Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel
Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel

Prominent features

The house of Ameriha has the highest vent among all the houses of Kashan.

Other than its massive area, the house of Ameriha is also distinct form other houses in Kashan in that it has separate and exclusive baths for men and women. These baths which are considered to be a simpler form of the public baths in Kashan, are exclusively for the people who resided within the house of Ameriha, because the house is only one hundred meters away from the historical bath of Soltan Amir Ahmed.

Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel
Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel

Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel

This edifice other than being a historic monument, is a hotel with all the amenities, a fact that will double you awe as you spend your time there. Internet is available for free for tourists at this hotel. Also, check in is free for children under 3 years of age and at half price for children aged 3 to 6.

  • This hotel has 10 rooms and 6 suites.
  • In addition to staying at the hotel, you can use the restaurants and cafés that are available there.
  • Also, you can by your souvenir of choice at this hotel.
  • Link to reserve room: Click Here

Visiting the house of Ameriha

  • Address: Kashan, Amir Ahmed alley, Alavi street.
  • Visiting hours: 9 to 19 (during the Nowruz holiday from 9 to 21)
  • Entrance ticket: 15000 Toman

Distance from Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel to important locations

  •  Distance to historical bath of Soltan Amir Ahmed: 203 meters
  • Distance to historical house of Abbasian: 250 meters
  • Distance to historical house of Borujerdiha: 309 meters
  • Distance to historical house of Tabatabei: 419 meters
  • Distance to railway station: 8 kilometers and 70 meters
  • Distance to terminal: 10 kilometers and 637 meter

Irantrawell’s suggestions

Visiting this place and staying at the hotel is not recommended to the elderly and people to whom walking up and down stairs would be problematic.

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