Here for a city break or business and want to be sure of comfort and luxury in your accommodation choice (which includes top-class cuisine and spa services as a minimum)? Treating yourself or simply want the best the capital has to offer? Then check out our recommendations below and enjoy your stay!


You can’t beat (or miss!) the 7* Biltmore! The building on Tbilisi’s central thoroughfare, Rustaveli Avenue, is a huge glass-tower fronted by a stone façade that once housed the Institute of Marxism in Soviet times. Such a grand entrance, with splendid chandeliers and a fine display of deservedly expensive artwork by contemporary Georgian artists, is but a taste of the luxury you can expect when staying here.

You can be sure that the view from your window will be mesmerizing, as is the view of the city from the top of the tower. The hotel’s 214 luxury rooms and suites provide free Wi-Fi and upscale bathroom amenities, serviced by friendly and highly-professional staff. With distinct lifestyle venues, a sensational spa and a one-of-a-kind entertainment arena, The Biltmore Hotel is the place to stay in Tbilisi. Take in the nearby main city sites and explore some art and history with The Georgian National Opera Theater, Rustaveli National Theater, Dimitry Shevardnadze National Gallery and the incredible sulfur baths of Abanotubani.

Discover Xeme Restaurant  which serves the best sushi in town, Sonnet Restaurant and Bar, offering a wide variety of cuisine created at live cooking stations, and The Parlour with its famously generous servings of cake. For drinks and light bites, there is Xeme Bar, Azura and The Club Lounge, each boasting a unique ambiance to suit your mood.

The hotel is a highly in-demand venue for conducting conferences, meetings and summits of the very top level. The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is an urban retreat for those in-the-know or the ideal partner for those conducting business in the city - the ultimate address for discerning travelers.

 29 Shota Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi

(+995) 322 72 72 72



The renovated building of a Soviet-era printing house combines a 1920s and 1930s design as well as a mix of contemporary art.

There are 150 rooms to choose from, each featuring super-king size beds, personal McIntosh hi-fi systems, and gilded free-standing brass bathtubs and showers. You room looks 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.

On November 19, 2018, ‘Stamba’ Hotel won the award of ‘the New Concept of the Year’ at the AHEAD Awards Europe official ceremony in London. Following its success at the AHEAD Awards, Stamba Hotel obtained victory a second time by receiving the People’s Choice Award at the AHEAD Global Awards, held in London, UK. In 2018, Time magazine released its first annual list of ‘100 of the World’s Greatest Places,’ in which one Georgian hotel had earned a place: Stamba.

14 M. Kostava Str., Tbilisi

(+995) 322 02 11 99



This hotel deserves all praise it gained: one of the most stylish places in Georgia, it is luxury and hip at the same time. Frequented by locals who enjoy spending time in the inner garden and lobby drinking coffee or sipping cocktails, it is also a marvelous place to stay for people who appreciate comfort and tasteful design.

It is almost impossible to book a room there during Tbilisi Fashion Week and Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, as all the fashionistas who arrive to Tbilisi want to stay in Rooms Hotel. Numerous fashion shows and parties take place in its venues. So if you want to get closer to the fancy crowd, take care of your accommodation in advance.

You will be fascinated by the interior of the rooms, especially Terrace Queen and Terrace King. Waking up to the morning sunlight, observing the city and being hidden from the whole world feels simply incredible!

14 Merab Kostava Str., Tbilisi 

(+995) 322 02 00 99



Towering above Rose Revolution Square, the modern building of the Radisson Blu Iveria hotel is impossible to miss. 

The luxurious hotel offers 249 rooms and suites for guests to enjoy a break in the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi. With views of the surrounding mountains and Mtkvari river, the hotel offers scenic views despite its central location in the city.

Rooms are stylish and comfortable. They include a flat-screen TV, hot drinks facilities and Wi-Fi. Guests can enjoy great facilities including a fully equipped gym, sauna, on-site casino, business center, indoor and outdoor pools, restaurants and sky bar. 

After relaxing at the spa and enjoying a meal at its Umami Asian fusion restaurant, guests can walk just a few hundred meters to the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theater. The Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel is consistently rated highly by visitors and it won the Tripadvisor 2018 Travellers’ Choice Award.

Republic Square, Tbilisi

(+995) 322 402200




Enter the infamously large lobby, which stretches up 12 floors and is decked out in elegant accents of wood, with soft furnishings in tones of gold, grey and red. Taste local delights in the Wine Library, with a floor-to-ceiling wall of temperature-controlled bottles, 80% of which comes from Georgian producers, large companies as well as small and medium craft winemakers. Also worth a visit is the decadent yet homey Craft House cocktail and beer bar. Uniformed staff, the concierges in grey modernized chokha, stand ready to serve you.

There are 220 rooms in the hotel , boasting contemporary designs and just as contemporary technology. Shades are pleasing pastels and artwork is done by a local artist. They also feature an environmental room management system which automates the heat and lighting related to occupancy, powering down automatically when the guest is not in the room in order to reduce energy consumption

While the hotel is a prime representative of the world-renowned brand, it also weaves in elements unique to the Caucasus. Conference rooms are named after Georgian mountains, the accents on wood paneling in the lobby reflecting mountain peaks, geometric designs on the carpets representing mountain shapes, and the glass chandeliers in the 1000 sq. m. Ballroom (the largest in the city) hinting at icy glaciers and gushing Georgian rivers.

20 Telavi St., Tbilisi

(+995) 322 77 20 20