Tourists who travel to Iran's Kish Island can enjoy beauties of sea life in the Persian Gulf during their sojourn in the first Iranian marine hotel, Toranj, which was inaugurated on February 11. The hotel, which is located in the northwest of Kish Island, comprises water villas with a direct seafloor view through a glass floor.
Toranj Hotel, Kish Island, Persian Gulf
The water villas are linked via a wooden jetty and designed in the form of Paisley, an Iranian national symbol. The complex has a private balcony and includes 100 suites, namely 40 sq.m classic suites, 60 sq.m royal suites, and 120 sq.m imperial suites, with the capacity of 2, 4 and 6 persons, respectively.
The onshore section of the hotel is being constructed, the hotel's website announced.
The design and construction philosophy of the hotel have been based on environmental friendliness and minimal damage to the ecosystem.
The hotel is equipped with a restaurant with a glass floor for direct seafloor view, tourism information center, currency exchange and rental service (car, scooter, bicycle).
Foreign nationals need no entry visa at the authorized arrival and departure points on the Kish Island.
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