The Ameri Historical House is one of the largest traditional residences in Kashan. Dating back to the Zandieh era the house was later enlarged with additional sections during the Qajar era. The Ameri House was originally built for Saham Al-Saltanah-e Ameri, the governor of Kashan, and is now restored and modified to a beautiful traditional hotel. The house is located among several large historic houses in the central district of Kashan. In the 18th century, these houses were ruined by major earthquakes and later they were rebuilt in the mid19th century.
The Ameri Historic house has been repaired and modified to a beautiful 4-star hotel by the Cultural Heritage Bureau of Kashan. Kashan Ameri House also is known as the Traditional Ameri Hotel includes a restaurant in the Mirror Hall and shops, tea houses, cafeterias, and traditional pastries around the exterior courtyard. There is also a lounge and rest areas provided for both hotel guests and tourists at the Ameri House’s courtyards and pool houses.