Sarabi House (Hotel) of Shushtar dates back to 210 years ago and belongs to the Qajar era. In the early 1392, it was repaired, furnished and recovered its life and magnificence again as the first traditional (heritage) hotel in Khuzestan province. This hotel has 17 rooms, out of which 15 are serviceable to guests. The standard capacity of this hotel is 34 persons.

Various services are as follow: 

Free internet, traditional music, laundry, local and modern breakfast along with fruits as self-service, money exchange for foreign guests in hotel, reservation services; train, bus and airplane ticket all around Iran, transfer to different parts of the country, running Susa, Chagazanbil (Ziggurat), Haft Tapeh and Shustar tours, English speaking local guide and running special tours of Sarabi Hotel of Shushtar.



Sarabi historical (heritage) hotel of Shushtar, the most ancient heritage hotel in southwest of Iran, is here.

Today, Sarabi hotel is a 210 years old building located in the middle of the city (global water museum; local name: Ab-Jahan museum) and represents an extract of Iranian incomparable and unique art; this building, furthermore, is one the historical monuments remained from Qajar era in Shushtar city. Its architecture is a combination of Iranian and Islamic art.

Owner of the monument:      

The first owner of this monument was Haj Mohammad Ali Namaki of well-known families in Shushtar who was the owner of the first hydroelectric power plant in Khuzestan province and the second hydroelectric power plant in Iran as well. Thereafter, Baghalpoor family, famous merchants of the time, purchased the old building. After his death one of the grandchildren repaired it and the building started its activity as the first historical or heritage hotel in the southwest of the country. With 210 years of age, it dates back to the Qajar era; it was repaired and equipped in the early 1392 and regained its life and glory inside the old texture of the city (Abdolah Banoo area) and overlooks Shushtar historical Mills and Waterfalls. The house has 17 rooms, 15 of them are serviceable to guests.

Rooms and suites
The traditional Sarabi Hotel (Shushtar) has 15 rooms in the 2 floors of the ground floor (9th floor) and the first one (6th floor), which includes single rooms, two beds, three boards and a four-side connecting room (2 rooms in your so-called local You are so). The completion of the ground floor was completed in 1391 and the first floor of 1396. Architectural style of the rooms of both floors is related to the Qajar period. With the difference that the ceilings of the ground floor rooms are arched and tiled, and the ceiling of the upstairs rooms is in the form of a chandelier. All rooms are equipped with all amenities such as bathroom and WC, amenities including soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpicks and towels, high speed internet without interruption, LCD television, refrigerator, safe-wired bed, hairdryer, refrigerator mini bar, Fire alarm system and ... The beautiful view of the courtyard and the buggy and the blue pond with fountains and red-golded fish brings a stunning view to the rooms overlooking the courtyard.