Courtyard Marriott Tbilisi

Reward yourself with a memorable hotel experience here at the Courtyard Tbilisi. Perfectly located in Freedom Square in the heart of the city centre, our hotel is within walking distance of the Georgian National Museum, Rustaveli Theatre and the State Opera House - not to mention lots of galleries, gardens, and attractions. Our modern and comfortable hotel accommodations feature plush bedding, high-speed Internet access, climate control and other superb amenities; many offer beautiful views of Tbilisi city centre as well. Additional hotel perks include a fitness center and whirlpool, as well as a heated indoor pool. Pay a visit to our hotel restaurant, Brasserie Freedom, for delicious all-day dining and stunning Freedom Square views. Or plan a catered event for up to 400 guests in one of our venue spaces, some of which feature natural daylight. And you'll enjoy the convenience of having Old Tbilisi and other city sights at your doorstep. For business or leisure, the Courtyard Tbilisi is the ideal choice!

Radisson Blu Iveria Inn

Found in the heart of Georgia’s capital city, Tbilisi, this hotel is nestled between the beautiful Mtkvari River and nearby mountain ranges. Step outside to find dining, shopping and nightlife on Rustaveli Avenue. You can visit nearby attractions like Old Town and the Narikala Fortress. Our 249 rooms and suites provide Free high-speed, wireless Internet and scenic views of Mtatsminda, the city’s historic hill, or of the river landscape. Savor Italian dishes at Filini Restaurant, Asian fusion fare at Umami or pastries and coffee at Iveria Café. You can dine outdoors at Iveria Terrace during summer. After dinner, have a drink in the Surface Bar or in the 18th-floor Oxygen Bar. You can shop at our Iveria Gallery and then try your luck in our Casino Iveria. The world-class spa will pamper you with premium treatments from Anne Semonin. For business travelers and event planners, we offer a fully equipped business center plus 9 meeting rooms, a versatile ballroom and catering options.

Rooms Hotels Tbilisi

Rooms Hotels is a young and independent lifestyle hotel brand based in Georgia that has quickly emerged as the premier leader of distinctive hospitality experiences in the region. Under the guidance of owner and management company – Adjara Group, the brand has built a loyal local fan base and a strong connection to international business and leisure travelers. It’s positioning showcases the face of contemporary Georgia, while proudly embracing its historic roots. Rooms Hotel Tbilisi is located in the heart of Vera neighborhood, a charming quarter of the capital that has long been associated with artists and intellectuals. The hotel itself is housed in a former publishing house, which was responsible for producing some of the most influential Georgian titles of the 20th century. Located just steps from the hotel, the city’s famous Rustaveli Avenue reflects the many faces of modern day Georgia, where 19th century mansions rub shoulders with contemporary glass and concrete structures.

IOTA Hotel Tbilisi

IOTA Hotel Tbilisi is located in the old part of the city withing walking distance from the freedom square . It is a five star design hotel with 90 rooms and cozy, pleasant atmosphere. The hotel with its taste and high-class rooms is fashionable and the whole space is highly adjusted to the needs of the guests. Its sunny terrace and a stunning vertical and horizontal gardens, three restaurants with their European and local cuisine will make your stay unforgettable. Iota, in both Georgian and English, stands for a bit, a small quantity, a trace amount. However, even in the smallest thing may lie something great, significant. image1.pngIt is a kind of symbol of the depth and wisdom existing in simplicity and rusticity. Exactly such cozy, non-standard and calm environment awaits in IOTA.

Hotel Ibis Styles Tbilisi Center

The 3-star Hotel Ibis Styles Tbilisi Center, which is located in the very heart of the city – G.Tabidze Street #4, five minutes from its administrative and business district, theatres, museums, entertainment and shopping centers. Near the hotel lies the main avenue of the city, which is Rustaveli Avenue.

  • Ibis Styles Tbilisi Center features 119 rooms, including 101 Standard rooms which include 71 standard double and 30 standard twin rooms, 7 Superior rooms and 11 Suite Rooms. All rooms offer a homey atmosphere with a large bed and comfortable bedding, tea and coffee making facilities.
  • The terrace bar City Roof on the fifth floor of the hotel, offers amazingly delicious Asian cuisine with panoramic views of the whole city.
  • All hotel premises are equipped with free Wi-Fi connection.

Stamba Hotel

Housed in one of Tbilisi's most important 20th-century landmarks, Stamba Hotel takes on the spirit of a former publishing house by showcasing the brutalist splendor of the original structure, including rediscovered printing paraphernalia that has been imaginatively restored and repurposed in the heart of Georgia's capital. Trees and foliage dominate the five-story-high atrium of the hotel’s “living lobby”, off of which is Café Stamba, where local ingredients are served in all their just-picked glory. A spectacular glass-bottom rooftop pool—visible from the ground floor up—amplifies the fluidity of the design concept. The show-stopper at the presently 42-room hotel (soon to be 150 rooms), however, is the Aviator Casino with its Art Deco-inspired interiors reflecting the golden age of aviation.

The Biltmore Hotel

The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is an impressive glass tower standing more than 300 feet high behind the IMEL building on Rustaveli Avenue. IMEL was designed and built in 1934-1938 by the architect Alexey Shchusev (the designer of Lenin’s mausoleum in Moscow). Post-Soviet Union it served as the Parliament Building which adopted the new constitution of free Georgia. The combination of the historic building and the new tower reflects the modern era and traditional values of Georgia. The first and the only glass skyscraper located in the center of Tbilisi on the Rustaveli Avenue. The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi offers majestic views and upscale facilities. The architecture of the hotel has also polarized opinions within Tbilisi - with residents both in awe of the new structure and also expressing concern about its towering presence against the traditional landscape of the city’s architectural envelope. It is a symbol of modern Tbilisi.