Hanna Boutique Hotel

Coffee shop
Baby care
Service room
Wifi free

Hanna Boutique Hotel

Hanna Boutique Hotel story begins with a ninety-year-old house on Lolagar Alley, a famous street in the heart of Tehran. Hanna Boutique Hotel is an expression of contemporary Tehran, a collection of layers that have been added on over ninety years. The experience of staying at the hotel will present you with different glimpses of life in Tehran, a unique experience at the center of a busy, chaotic city, where you can enjoy art, architecture, design, and modern-day hospitality.
Hanna Boutique Hotel is Persian Garden Studio’s first experience in urban rehabilitation. The building was purchased by the studio in 2016, and after two years of restoration, Hanna Boutique Hotel was inaugurated in winter of 2018. The hotel has seven rooms, a restaurant, and Platform and Pop-Up spaces. Its interior design is inspired by contemporary Iranian and international architecture, resulting in a modern, intimate space that will provide its patrons with a unique experience.

Hotel Overview

Lolagar Queen

The first thing you see when entering Lolagar Alley is a pair of bay windows facing each other in the middle of the street.

Golkhaneh Twin

A quiet, tranquil space, away from clamor and commotion. You will experience a unique stay in this cozy room overlooking a wall of greenery, away from the chaos of Tehran.

Konj Queen

This is a place for quiet and relaxation. The room has a bright corner window overlooking the Hafez Bridge. Guests can sit in this tranquil spot and look upon the hubbub on the Hafez Bridge.

Noor Queen

Three windows letting in light turn this room into a bright space during the day. This room has views to the hotel garden, as well as the Hafez Bridge, but what makes it particularly special is the movement of light throughout the day.

Kaman Queen

From the Tāq Kasrā to the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, and from the Mausoleum of Omar Khayyām to the Azadi Tower, the arch is an integral part of Iranian architecture. You will experience modern Iranian architecture in this room facing Lolagar Alley.

Hamsayeh Twin

An inseparable part of travel is to experience a connection with others. Neighbors are our first layer of exposure to the city, and they may be the first people we meet and greet every morning. This room has a window overlooking our neighbor’s garden, creating our first link to the city.

Ojagh Queen

The hearth is where a home’s soul resides, the warmest place in the house, a place that has found new meaning in this room in an entirely different setting.