The Pahlavānpur garden is located in the city of Mehriz (Yazd region) and its construction dates back to the end of the qajara era. This garden has an entrance complex which includes: the tower, the stable, the barn, the summer residence (kushk) or sharbatkhāne (sort of tea house) on two and a half floors which include the lounge, the howzkhāne (area covered with a central basin, generally raised, often connected to other rooms), i gushvārhā (a structure that allows you to change the square in the octagon), the building of the winter residence on a floor that is equipped with living rooms, a pantry, a large living room, the kitchen, the caretaker's building (place of residence and work of the service staff), the hammam, the kitchen and the warehouse.
The Pahlavānpur garden since the past has aroused a particular attraction for the fact that in it flows the water that originates from a Qanat known as "Hasan Ābād". On both sides of the main stream there are imposing and ancient plane trees and trees such as pomegranate, almond, persimmon etc.
Today the Pahlavānpur garden, which has been included in the UNESCO world heritage list, has been used as a hotel which, in addition to accommodation in a suite, offers recreational and sporting opportunities.