Bandar Abbas is the largest industrial port in Iran. It lies along the northern shores of the Persian Gulf in the south of Iran. Bandar Abbas is a constant presence in the official hotel booking websites that offer different classes of Iranian accommodation. Homa, Hormoz, and Atilar are among the finest hotels in Bandar Abbas. Bandar Abbas also has great cheap hotels. Sefid Apartment Hotel and Iran Hotel are the most popular cheap accommodation in Bandar Abbas. Some of the foreign visitors prefer to stay in cheap hostels while on tour in Bandar Abbas. The lack of youth hostels in Bandar Abbas might sound alarming for backpackers and other economy travelers. But there is no reason for concern for those planning to go to Bandar Abbas since wonderful traditional guesthouses make up for the lack of hostels. So instead of asking yourself where to stay in Bandar Abbas, you should plan your next move after landing in the city. As mentioned above, at the moment Bandar Abbas doesn’t have any hostels, but in the beautiful island of Qeshm, you will find a lovely B&B. Assad Bed and Breakfast in Qeshm presents the ultimate homestay experience. The family that runs this fabulous B&B have put so much love into their work that Assad Bed and Breakfast is now a brand of its own among the cheap hostels and guesthouses in Iran. The beautiful red island of Hormuz is among the most popular of Bandar Abbas tourist attractions. It is a short trip (30 minutes) from Bandar Abbas, but a very rewarding one indeed. Other attractions include the fantastic Hindu Temple (one of the few in Iran) and the old bazaar of the city. If you are an early bird, another must-see spot in Bandar Abbas is its lively Fish Market. Early in the morning, the market becomes carpeted with all sorts of edible marine life. It is also the perfect place to have a look at the daily lives of the locals of the south of Iran. Because of the extraordinary attractions of the region north of the Persian Gulf, Bandar Abbas tours and holiday packages are among the top-rated tours in Iran.
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