Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, is an up-and-coming destination with its ancient and modern buildings mingling together, picturesque cityscapes, and bustling dining scene. Visitors have an overwhelming choice of accommodations as Tbilisi hosts several international brand hotels, family-run guesthouses, hostels and Airbnb apartments. More pop up every month. So if you are a person who prefers apartments over hotels and hostels, here’s a list of the most incredible Airbnb flats in Tbilisi.
This studio apartment, located a few minutes from Freedom Square, has artistic touches on its walls, making it a unique flat in the city. The apartment is excellent for two people and has all necessary essentials for a lovely stay, including kitchen utensils, a washing machine, iron, hairdryer, air conditioner, and even a parking space in the yard.
The apartment is very close to public transportation, including metro stations and bus stations. The neighborhood is full of cafés, restaurants and shops. From here, it takes 10-15 minutes to walk to the old part of town.
Cost per night: $30
This former “pocket theater” was transformed into a cozy apartment that feels just like home. The furniture was designed by the host and her husband. The space accommodates three guests with one bedroom and two beds. It’s pet-friendly and has amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
Located near Marjanishvili metro station, the apartment is close to supermarkets, bistros, restaurants, and shops.
Cost per night: $30
On weekends: $38
This duplex is located in one of the oldest residential houses of Tbilisi. You’ll recognize it from its famous curved wooden balcony. The space has a private entrance and a smart lock. It is 807 sq. feet (75 sq. meters) with room for three beds, two bathrooms and five guests. It has amazing views of the city from both floors, and visitors are never in want of essential amenities.
Cost per night: $65
Now this is an Airbnb! Located in a nineteenth century mansion in Old Town, this flat is newly renovated with modern design. It is spacious and bright and can accommodate up to five people. The mezzanine has a wooden bed, and the sofa on the first level can open up as a second bed. The fully furnished kitchen and dining room come complete with padded stools.
Cost per night: $42
Located in one of the oldest districts of Tbilisi, near Marjanishvili metro station, this apartment offers a unique experience. From here Rustaveli Avenue, the main center, is just a 20-minute walk away. The area is full of recreational parks, travel agencies, dining venues, and shops.
The flat has its own balcony the beckons visitors to put up their feet, sip a hot beverage, and enjoy the views of the neighborhood. The space accommodates three people with two beds and one bedroom. The house is fully equipped with all the essential items needed.
Cost per night: $55
Situated on one of the main avenues of the city, this cozy studio perfectly accommodates three people. Even though it’s very close to the main road, the city noise and car traffic can’t be heard in the apartment.
There is a 24-hour supermarket, as well as several cafes, bars, and restaurants in the vicinity. Similar to other apartments, this studio is also fully equipped with all the necessary items. Moreover, there’s a parking space for guests on the premises.
Cost per night: $55
Situated in Tbilisi’s historic Sololaki district, this apartment is a newly renovated flat in a nineteenth century residential building. It’s very close to the central Rustaveli Avenue, Parliament building, and the Funicular. This lovely building is home to a beautiful green garden that thrives year-round. It is so charming that it has been used as a set for several Georgian movies.
This 1,615 sq. foot (150 sq. meter) apartment accommodates up to five people, and has two bedrooms, three beds, two bathrooms, and a fully equipped kitchen.
Cost per night: $70
This flat is situated in a new residential house and has its own, very spacious terrace overlooking the central parts of the city. Enjoy views of the Holy Trinity Cathedral, Old Town, Mtatsminda Park, and the botanical garden. The space accommodates up to six people with two bedrooms and a sofa bed.
The apartment is equipped with new furniture and all the necessary amenities you might need during your stay.
Cost per night: $118
Located in one of the central neighborhoods of Tbilisi, this gem is a beautifully designed accommodation, where contemporary and vintage styles meld perfectly. The flat also has its own terrace overlooking Rustaveli Avenue and is fully equipped with everything to make your stay comfortable. Up to six guests are welcome at this 1,292 sq. foot (120 sq. meter), three bedroom loft.
Cost per night: $140