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Iran, as one of top destinations in recent years, has a natural competitive advantage in the global tourism industry. However, the potential of this competitive advantage has not been reached. Hi Tehran Hostel team aims to play its role in Iran’s thriving tourism industry by providing budget accommodation for backpackers and travelers from all over the world. We pride ourselves on providing our guests with exceptional and cost-efficient hostel accommodations, which make Tehran City feel like home. . Our team is on hand to ensure every traveler has a uniquely memorable stay and a fantastic Tehran experience
Our Eco-Friendly Hostel
In both of Hi Tehran Hostel branches we try our best to improve ourselves by being an Eco-Friendly Hostel. Going green environmentally and acting socially responsible as a multi-ethnic team: We use garden’s fruit trees & organic products for the breakfast table; sharing extra food; switch bulb lights to LED; using automatic Turn off lights; reusing pond’s water for plants or washing the ground; using online booking system; double-paned windows or recycled glasses in the building; providing high-quality downloadable metro / city / touristic map on the website and walls; washing & reusing linens; providing common cotton shopping bags; offering services / discounts for bikers & hikers; separate bins for wet / dry wastes, providing only ceramic & glass cups; using refillable washing liquids dispensers; buying local to support local community, local art crafts as the main decoration; board and collective games instead of TV in each room; Eco-friendly air conditioners; providing free water cooler machine; … and we ask our dear guests to kindly help us through this process. And we encourage other hostels to follow our steps in this important process. Read more here
Meet Golnar and Habibeh
Here you can see the founders of HI Tehran Hostel
Founder & Content Strategist
Coming from a managerial background and being an user experience designer, I have always been passionate in participating in interactive teams to be able to conduct my experience in developing viable contexts. I have tried to use my innovation strategy managing skills in a vast range of businesses from food Industry to leisure to fashion and also local sustainable startups. As the first female hostel founder in Iran, and also my first experience in the travel and hospitality business, I co-founded Denj hostel in Tehran in 2014. Soon after, we started Hi Tehran Hostel as a frontier business in providing trustworthy professional tourism services. As an interest and duty, I take honesty and responsibility very seriously in HI Tehran Hostels and through content providing and strategist of Hi Tehran website, I try to create value for all Iran Travelers.
Founder & Manager
Despite working in different fields; Agriculture, Civil engineering, Urban planning and management, I’ve been keen on the tourism industry. In addition to that, being an entrepreneur was always my vision and ambition. These agendas brought me to the point of co-founding HI Tehran Hostels.
For me, the passion I feel toward my work which helps me to be recalcitrant through hard days, is way more important than the other aspects. Managing a team as a woman and at the same time as a mother is work through when a combination of spirit and determination takes the reins.
Meet HI Tehran Team Members
Get to know the friendly and welcoming team members at HI Tehran Hostel! Meet our staff, who are ready to ensure a trouble-free stay in Tehran.
It was always interesting and fascinating for me to travel around Iran and to see the diversity of Iranian people’s culture, customs and also Iran’s nature. As a musician, I was able to satisfy part of this interest by studying and listening to music from various parts of Iran. And now working in Hi Tehran Hostel II has made me more in touch with my country as well as other cultures and countries.
My name is Ashkan. I was born in 1989 in Isfahan. I studied Physics as the undergraduate studies, but I made a shift to Persian Music for the master, which is my biggest passion in life. When I was 12 I started learning Setar (Iranian traditional music instrument) and now it has been 18 years, I am playing. I also have a chance to play and practice in the hostel when I have free time.
The most attractive part of working in Hi Tehran Hostel is meeting people from all over the world, providing them an enjoyable vibe, help them and talk to them about different issues, including culture, history, art, different lifestyles and so on.
My name is Rashed. I’m 29 years old and I’ve been in this field since 2015. I’m from Kurdistan, Sanandaj, so my mother tongue is Kurdish, but I speak Farsi and English too. Hospitality was always a big deal in my family, and I guess I have inherited that from my parents and ancestors. I also have this obsession with doing everything perfectly, which is one of the reasons I got this job.
Watching movies, reading books, watching and playing football, and traveling are my favorite hobbies. I’m always open to good conversations, pretty much about everything.
I’ve never been to any other country, but it’s definitely a goal for me to see the world in the near future.
I am Mousa. Migrated to Iran 37 years ago from Afghanistan. I have done different jobs since then, but mostly in agriculture and Animal husbandry section. I love to learn to speak different languages. That’s why after working in Hi Tehran Hostel I have started to learn some basic functional words and phrases in English, Dutch, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Japanese, Polish and Pashto. I have four kids. One of them lives in Germany and I wish I can take my whole family to live in Europe one day.
“It takes courage to push yourself to places you have never been before… to test your limits… to break through barriers. And the day came when the risk it took to stay tight inside the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
I’m Fahimeh . you can call me Poomi. I’m 21 years old girl who wants to live,love and learn.
Hi! My name is Mostafa. I’m 28 and I live in Tehran which is the capital of Iran. Actually I come from another province – Hamadan, where I lived for 18 years, but ten years ago, i moved to Tehran to continued my studies in university. I studied mechanical engineering Msc. in Iran university of science and technology.
I’m interested in movies, music and literature.I find working in HI TEHRAN HOSTEL very appealing, because you know we travel to see people, nature, places and i think visiting people is the most important thing in traveling, so I have the chance to see a lot of people from all over the world, to be familiar with a variety of experiences, beliefs, trends and ideas and make a dialogue out of them, kind of experiencing “travel around the world”!
And also the team working here are so young and fresh and of course friendly.
I am Khodabakhsh from Daykundi province near Kabul in Afghanistan. We immigrated to Iran 38 years ago and started to work in Mashhad in the first few years. I had to move to different cities in all those years. I went back to Kabul in 2004 with my family, hoping we could stay there and start a new life. But the unstable situation forced us to come back to Iran again and settle in Tehran. I have three sons and my biggest wish is for Afghanistan to get back on track, so I can live in my own country.