Refah Mashhad Four-star Hotel Measurment 1640 Square Meters Of Land With An Area Of 18700 Meters On the RefahBank Is In Charge Of The Administration Of The Hotel. The Hotel Is Built On 16 Floor. 9 Residential Floor And 4 Parking Floors. The Refah Mashhad Biggest Adventage Is Its Proxim Its To The Razavi Holy Shrine . Refah Mashhad Hotel Habing Facilities Suchas Restaurant ,Coffee Shop , Cafeteria, Sport And spa , Adequate Parking Space, Commercial Complex And Have Highly Management And Personnel Ready To Serve The Pilgrims Of The Pilgrims Of The Eighth Imam With The Highest Quality
Mashhad is Iran’s holiest and second biggest city. Its raison d’être and main sight is the beautiful, massive and ever-growing Haram (shrine complex) commemorating the AD 817 martyrdom of Shia Islam’s eighth Imam, Imam Reza. The pain of Imam Reza’s death is still felt very personally over a millennium later and around 20 million pilgrims converge here each year to pay their respects (and no small amount of money) to the Imam. Witnessing their tears is a moving experience, even if you’re not a Muslim yourself. If you notice a lot of lovey young couples, that’s because the city’s also a haven for honeymooners, who believe sharing it with the Imam will bless their marriage. Away from the Haram Complex there are few sights, but Mashhad is a good place to buy carpets, it’s a natural staging post for travel to Turkmenistan or Afghanistan, and offers many interesting excursions into little-touristed Khorasan.