Adjara Group Hospitality's new lifestyle brand- Stamba Hotel was opened on May 1 in the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi.
The renovated building of a Soviet-era printing house combines a 1920s and 1930s design , as well as a mix of contemporary art.
At present, there are 42 rooms but as reported soon there will be 150. Each guestroom at Stamba features super-king size beds, personal McIntosh hi-fi systems, and gilded free-standing brass bathtubs and showers. They look out into the lush, rambling courtyard gardens of both Stamba and Rooms Hotels, while the corner suites feature a stunning glass wall overlooking the hotel's flora centerpiece which extends to the lower ground floor.
The five-level lobby atrium, dominated with trees and foliage, delights the senses at the highest level. Opening out from it is the Café Stamba restaurant and the sophisticated Stamba Chocolaterie selling high quality artisan chocolate and coffee, completing the hotel's gourmet edit on the ground floor.
At the core of the entertainment program is the “Aviator” Casino, which will be the most distinctive and elegant casino in the region, introducing a modern interpretation of the glamorous era of gaming to guests, including an exclusive dining room and bar with dedicated cocktail service.
Adjara Group is one of the largest and fastest growing companies in the hotel industry in Georgia.
In 2010, the company introduced the international hotel network Holiday Inn to the Georgian market. They also have Rooms Hotel branches in Tbilisi and Kazbegi and also Fabrika hostel, which have soon gained popularity among the tourists and locals.
By Thea Morrison