May 24, 2019 - May 25, 2019
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Where to Stay in Tbilisi
With the cobbled streets and dated charm of The Old Town complementing the more modern aspects of the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi is a charming city well worth the time of any adventurous traveler. To help discover this coming together of old and new - from dated quirky architecture to the funkiest of clubs - Tbilisi boasts a variety of hotel options to suit every travel budget. Find the best hotels in Tbilisi. If you're venturing further afield, discover the best things to do in Georgia.
Tbilisi Old Town Hotels
To get to the beating heart of the city, most travelers opt to stay in or near the Old Town with easy access to the historical sites such as the Narikala fortress and the famous sulphur baths.
Located just a five-minute stroll from the city’s Liberty Square subway station, the Tbilisi Marriott Hotel is one of the city’s most luxurious hotels with upgraded rooms and suites offering VIP Lounge access.
Comprising just 12 rooms in the heart of the Old Town, this popular boutique hotel is ideal for exploring the hidden gems of the winding streets outside its front door. Many of the comfortable rooms have excellent views, while guests can also enjoy the hotel’s “Modern Georgian” buffet breakfast.
A three-star hotel where guests are within a short walk of both the Old Town and the entertainment and shopping attractions of Rustaveli Avenue and Freedom Square. The Hotel City also offers wonderful views of the city from the fifth-floor terrace where guests can enjoy a chilled out lunch before seeing the sights.
The district of Avlabari is on the opposite side of the Mtkvari River from the Old Town with its own metro station and close to both the Sameba Cathedral – the biggest in the country - and the Presidential Palace.
Famed for its wine cellar, the Vinotel Boutique Hotel is in a historic 19th century building with the rooms furnished in a classical style. Less than ten minutes from the metro station and ideally situated for exploring the city on the left bank of the river.
A three-star hotel just one minute’s walk from the Holy Trinity Cathedral (also known as Sameba) and five minutes from Avlabari Metro. Guests staying for more than four nights can make use of complimentary airport transfers.
A popular budget hotel with air-conditioned rooms, free Wi-Fi and featuring a shared kitchen and communal lounge area. Rooms also offer balconies with city views with the hotel located within 1km of major attractions such as the Presidential Palace and the Sameba and St George Cathedrals.Tbilisi has hotels to suit every taste from budget travelers to those seeking five-star luxury accommodation. Check out our hotel search engine to find your ideal hotel in the Georgian capital.
Best time I had in a while. Loved the food, and don’t get me started on the wine, you have to try “Alladasturi”! Most welcoming people ever
I was here during Tiblisi day. They gave me an incredible expirence during my say. The bread cheese and wine make life worth living. I had my flight get cancelled the next morning and was happy to stay another night.
Tbilisi is old capital very nice interesting and istorian I Love Tbilisi you?
Photo of the statue Kartulis Deda "Mother Georgia" looking down on the fascinating city of Tbilisi. The statue nearly seventy feet high was built in 1958 to celebrate the city's 1500 year anniversary. She symbolizes the Georgian character: in her left hand she holds a bowl of wine to greet those who come as friend, and in her right hand is a sword for those who are enemy. The Old Town is an area of narrow twisting lanes and lofty balconies . . . city has a "with it happening" feel. Suggest stay in Boutique British House which rests on a quiet leafy side street just off center of the city. Place is cozy with wonderful Georgian hospitality!