The Best Hotels to Stay At in Tbilisi
Bunk bed private at Fabrika Hostel & Suites |© Baia Dzagnidze
Tbilisi has a vast amount of hotels to choose; the accommodations fits the budget of every traveler. We know how overwhelming and frustrating the hotel search can get, so we picked up the very best hotels with unique interiors for you to get an idea where to look and what to expect while planning your trip here.
Rooms Hotel Tbilisi
Restaurant, Hotel Restaurant, European
Rooms Hotel Tbilisi is another brunch of Rooms Hotel in Kazbegi. It’s located in Vera, one of the old neighborhoods of Tbilisi and has 110 rooms spread over five floors. Rooms Hotel Tbilisi was opened in a former publishing house and boasts a New-York style restaurant—The Kitchen. Besides this, the hotel has a bar, both indoors and outdoors, and a beautiful garden where you can relax, sip your favorite beverage, and enjoy your time in Tbilisi.
Suite Hotel, Hostel
What now is a hostel used to be a Soviet sewing factory in the past. Hence comes the name—Fabrika means factory in English. During the renovation process, the creators tried to leave as much décor from the previous venue as possible. For instance, the reception desk is made out of an old sewing machine, and the floor tiles in the bathrooms are left untouched. Fabrika is not only a hostel, it’s a multifunctional space for artists, creators, and anyone who loves trends and a hipster atmosphere. It has rooms for any budget traveler, with dorm rooms (from $8), single and double rooms, and an apartment.
IBIS Styles Tbilisi Center, Tbilisi
This sheep-themed Ibis Styles Hotel has a colorful, modern design accompanied by a large sheep installation in the reception area. The hotel has 119 smoke-free rooms, a restaurant, and a bar/lounge for you to unwind after a long sightseeing walk in the city. Located very close to Freedom Square, everything worth visiting in Tbilisi is nearby, including the Rustaveli Avenue, Old Town, National Museums, and theaters, to name a few.
Shota @Rustaveli Boutique Hotel, Tbilisi
Named after the famous medieval Georgian poet, Shota Rustaveli, the hotel is located very close to Rustaveli Theater. The elegantly decorated hotel features pictures of Rustaveli and Queen Tamar both in the rooms and the reception area. You can try different meals at the hotel’s a la carte restaurant or request special diet menus and packed lunches.
Brotseuli, Davit Agmashenebeli Avenue
Located in a newly renovated, only pedestrian part of the David Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Hotel Brotseuli offers five smoke-free and spacious rooms with a minimalist interior. The pedestrian street is full of bars, cafés, and wine bars for you to experience the Georgian nightlife and dining scene. The sightseeing spots are within walking distance, for instance, Dry Bridge flea market is minutes away, while you can reach Freedom Square in 2o minutes and Old Town in 35.