Book a Room at Hi Tehran Hostel II (Enqelab St. Branch)
Hi Tehran Hostel II (Enghelab St. Branch) with a large variety of noticeably clean dorms & tasteful Private rooms, is located in the most famous and central street of Tehran. Whether you're a budget backpacker, a couple on holiday or traveling with family & friends, you will enjoy staying at our renovated historical building which is what you need for your first experience of Iran.
HI Tehran Hostel II Rooms
HI Tehran Hostel II comfortable mix dorms sleep 6 persons,. Our private rooms prices depends on the number of persons staying in it. We decided to offer maximum flexibility for our guests. In Hi Tehran II we offer female dorms for female travelers. See basic prices, photos & features and availability of each room by clicking each room’s photo.
Photo Gallery of HI Tehran Hostel II
Picture yourself at our HI Tehran Hostel II. Click on the pictures below to get a close-up view of the HI Tehran Hostel and grounds, including rooms, Dorms, kitchen, and front yard, as well as the surrounding areas.
Our relaxing gathering space in Hi Tehran Hostel II
Relax and Chill in Hi Tehran Hostel I
Throwing DartsHi Tehran Hostel I front yard
Hi Tehran Hostel IIour relaxing garden in Hi Tehran Hostel II
Chenaar DormOur most jump into bed dorm
Relax in Hi Tehran Front YardComfort under Blue halo of awning
Working Space at Hi Tehran HostelWork while travel
A view of our family roomA view of our family room Firuzeh.
Our lobby on the second floorBeautifully decorated with paintings
Our Cat FellasWe believe that kindness to animals is good for business
Relax in Our Front YardRelax in Hi Tehran Front Yard
Azadi Dormthe most free spirited dorm with a separate passage to the front yard
Our Humble KitchenCook your own meal at Hi tehran Hostel kitchen
Family Time in a HolidayFamily Time in a Holiday
Azadi DormitoryOur 8-bed Azadi Dormitory has a nice view of front yard
HI Tehran Hostel No.2 (Enqelab St. Branch) Location
HI Tehran Hostel No.2 is our second branch opened in 2018.
Address: #854, beside Abiverd Alley, Between college crossroad and Ferdowsi square, Enghelab street, Tehran, Iran