Boasting one of the best locations in Tbilisi, the 4-star Mercure Tbilisi Old Town will surprise guests unused to associating the hotel chain with high-end accommodations. With Old Town right outside the front doors, galleries and cafes, the famous sulfur baths, Narikala Fortress, and Meydan Square are all just a short walk away.
Rooms in the hotel are well appointed, with great features like soundproofed walls, flat screen televisions, and air conditioning.
The highlight of your stay might be enjoying a cocktail, or a glass of Georgia’s famous wine, while taking in the mountain views from the Rooftop Terrace Bar SKY7. At the Old Town Restaurant and Lobby Bar, guests get another great panoramic view of the city.
The hotel has 6 floors and 102 rooms, and features a sauna and a fitness center, as well as free Wi-Fi.
The design of the 140 rooms and suites of the Rooms Hotel Tbilisi was inspired by 1930s New York and Tbilisi’s old-world charm and feature handmade wallpapers, dark wood floors, leather-upholstered bedheads, local artwork, custom furniture, and vintage Georgian pieces. The rooms have views of the bustling Chovelidze Street or the garden, while those on the fifth floor have terraces.
Located in the intellectual neighborhood of Vera, the hotel design incorporates the building’s history as a publishing house into its design elements, while also honoring its cultural past with many art and music events. The restaurant’s executive chef Francesco Manalo, of the nouveau American restaurant “The Kitchen”, creates tasty weekly menus using locally sourced ingredients. The artisanal interior and open floor plan pay tribute to the cuisine served here – with only organic, seasonal ingredients. Long communal tables encourage diners to stay longer and socialize over their meals or drinks.
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Housed in a former industrial publishing house, Stamba Hotel perfectly mixes its brutalist architecture with Art-Deco design and contemporary touches. Adding unique elements like custom designed wallpaper from a local artist and living botanical walls to create a softness perfectly at play with the light offered from the high ceilings typical of buildings lining the hotel’s Soviet era street. In the rooms, exposed brickwork mingles with brass bathtubs and floor-to-ceiling bookshelves to create an industrial design that feels light.
The hotel also features a café that offers traditional dishes and a breakfast buffet that will quickly become a guest favorite. Afternoon pick-me-ups are available via a delightful selections of in house chocolates and coffee at Chocolaterie and Roastery. The hotel offers guests a spa, fitness center, and complimentary wi-fi. In the summer months, the hotel host events in its outdoor space.
Marriott Hotel Tbilisi is housed in an historic building along Rustaveli Avenue known for stunning architectural details, such as an atrium-style lobby adorned with crystal chandeliers. Guests staying here are perfectly located to enjoy the cities more upscale shopping and beautiful urban views.
We recommend the Executive Rooms which offer guests the added benefit of access to the Executive Lounge. For those looking for a view, the Patio Suites
Marriott Hotel Tbilisi boasts sleek marble bathrooms, luxury bedding, high-speed Wi-Fi and scenic city views. On the premises you will find two unique dining destinations; Parnas Cafe, the signature restaurant serving authentic Georgian cuisine and global favorites, and Majestic Bar & Lounge, a convenient spot for freshly brewed coffee, delicious pastries and craft cocktails. Should you wish to explore Tbilisi, the hotel is located near some prominent attractions and landmarks such as Liberty Square, Narikala Fortress and MOMA.