The first incredible luxury marine hotel resort in the north west of Island



The Toranj Marine Hotel luxury hotel is in the Kish Island. The facility is divided in to two parts a marina villa’s located on a water pier. As well as a traditional tower in the landscaped grounds. The water villas are connected together with wooden walkways and are designed in a way to look like a Paisley design.


This is one the most unique hotel experiences in the area. It gives out a feel of calmness that oozes to your sole. Two beautiful artificial islands have been constructed on the grounds.


There was a lot of time and effort put in to finding just the right land and location to build this luxury hotel. The northwest coast was picked because of its beach area uniformity that makes it perfect for scuba diving and water sports.


The lobby is very elegant classic. Once you enter you will see a dome shape central area. The furniture is Classic Italian. Staff is very well trained and attentive.


The hotel offers an expansive Breakfast buffet selection, In-room mini-bar, Room service, VIP airport transfer, Free Wi-Fi in rooms and public areas, Childcare, volleyball and a full Fitness center.


Rooms are very roomy and modernly decorated. Bookings could be a bit on the pricey side. During the high season standard water view rooms are $200 and the large suites fetch around $1,000 per night.


The hotel amenities include a pool area, a business center, spa – gym, restaurant, exclusive beach area, water sports, and volleyball.


Kish Island has become the go to place for a lot of the affluent home grown countrymen as well as may tourists from Far East, Russia and the Middle east. The social limitations are a bit less here compared than to the mainland.


When building hotels water villas a lot of thought was put it to make the experience unique, Special attention was given to preserve the marine life’s natural beauty and ecosystem.


The design and construction philosophy of the hotel have been based on environmental friendliness and minimal damage to the ecosystem.


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