Hotel ratings are often used to classify hotels according to their quality. From the initial purpose of informing travellers on basic facilities that can be expected, the objectives of hotel rating has expanded into a focus on the hotel experience as a whole.Today the terms 'grading', 'rating', and 'classification' are used to generally refer to the same concept, that is to categorize hotels. There is a wide variety of rating schemes used by different organizations around the world. Many have a system involving stars, with a greater number of stars indicating greater luxury

Food services, entertainment, view, room variations such as size and additional amenities, spas and fitness centers, ease of access and location may be considered in establishing a standard. Hotels are independently assessed in traditional systems and rest heavily on the facilities provided. Some consider this disadvantageous to smaller hotels whose quality of accommodation could fall into one class but the lack of an item such as an elevator would prevent it from reaching a higher categorization.

Iran has a number of hotels classified as ‘luxury’ based on their rates but that doesn’t often translate to luxury services.

In this article we review ten luxury properties based on their rates and quality of services, as well as how good they are in terms of value for money. For every hotel, the rate for a double room during the off-peak travel season without discounts has been cited.

Instead of providing a complete list of five-star hotels, we opted to include properties from across Iran to keep the list brief and diverse

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