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Griboedov Hostel & Suites

Griboedov st 30, Tbilisi 0108 Georgia
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#106 of 1,406 Specialty lodging in Tbilisi
We, at Griboedov Hostel & Suites are passionate about hospitality, skiing, wine-making, BBQ-making on veranda, travelling and what not. After many thousand miles traveled we decided to share our passion and expertise with you, offering unique tours in 4 directions of Georgia. Our team’s hands-on knowledge of specialized hospitality services will ensure the best service and unique experience for you in Georgia.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Game room
Airport transportation
Fax / photocopying
Coffee shop
Snack bar
Vending machine
Board games / puzzles
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
BBQ facilities
Baggage storage
Convenience store
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
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Room features
Soundproof rooms
Air conditioning
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Hair dryer
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Russian, German, Turkish and 1 more


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Grade: 100 out of 100
56Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
23Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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H.hadizadeh wrote a review Apr 2020
Shiraz, Iran22 contributions1 helpful vote
i spend more than 10 days in this hostel actually the time that i visited georgia was not crowded . the managers ( beso & zoro ) are an easy going people who welcome you .the hostel has a small kitchen but the terrace is very lovely you can spend hours in that terrace with the view of mountains and the merry go round on top of the hill .it has an easy access to the metro station ( rustaveli station ) . you can easily walk from the hostel to the aghmeshenebly , marjanshvili and liberty square . i enjoyed staying on the hostel .
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Date of stay: March 2020
Sleep Quality
Room Tip: make sure you pick the rooms with view of the mountains . its wonderful in the mornings and at...
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Srpic wrote a review Mar 2019
Prague, Czech Republic87 contributions12 helpful votes
We stayed on small room with bunk beds and if I say small room, I mean really small. Two persons can't walk there at one moment. We had to pay an extra fee for towels. There are a lot of additional fees like slippers, etc. Breakfast is served from 10 am, which does not make any sense, but whatever. The hostel has quite nice terrace, where you can have a shisha for 10 GEL. It has also shared showers, toilets and kitchen. For the price you can have much better AirBnb.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
Response from datunan, Owner at Griboedov Hostel & Suites
Responded Feb 19, 2020
Dear Jiris, Thank you for your response. Our Economy twin rooms, indeed, are 7-8 sq.m. they are perfect for 1 person and ok size for 2. We serve breakfasts during season (April - September) starting at 8:30. Hope this response finds you well. Kind regards, David from Griboedov Hostel & Suites
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Sergey S wrote a review Mar 2018
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We arrived in Tbilisi on the night of December 30, the hostel was booked in advance at the lowest price, 20 GEL per day. Upon arrival, they asked the employees of the hostel to meet us and help us to bring things, they agreed without any problems. Settled us in a room for 8 people, the room was clean, fresh tucked bed, two-story beds. From the window there was a chic view of Tbilisi, especially on New Year's Eve, when the whole city was shining with salutes. At night we woke up from a strange noise in the room, something that fell loudly to the floor, it was a drunken man who came with us, huh. It was funny) Don’t drink a lot of Chacha) I really enjoyed the service ((the staff speaks Russian, English, and even a little Ukrainian), the opportunity to cook in the kitchen, the balcony with a chic look, and the fact that the hostel is located very close to the center of Tbilisi. Very polite staff, who very responsibly fulfills their duties, even at night. We celebrated the New Year on the street, after which we continued with the administrators at the hostel, I probably never received so many positive emotions in my life. Thanks to George and Nicholas for their hospitality. I left a piece of my heart here .
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Date of stay: December 2017
Trip type: Traveled with friends
MikeLondonSE13 wrote a review Oct 2017
London, United Kingdom7,720 contributions358 helpful votes
28-30/9/17 - Tbilisi - TiflisLux Boutique Hostel 3/5 10pics We three British middle aged guys are on our return leg of a three week tour of Georgia (our third visit since 2010). Using TA from Sighnaghi on Thursday 28/9 morning we found this Hostel, specifically chosen because it was close to an open minded people friendly bar (neighbouring Cafe Gallery - not too friendly as it turned out, just taking our money!) and the much more open minded Success bar (300m past Rustaveli Metro) so I could stay out till late relatively safely in this conservative orthodox country and city. The LGBTQI community could do with some support from our pink pound (pity about the rate!). We booked online via B.c a quad room for the three of us. Very cheap for Tbilisi too, only 67. We were not expecting luxury despite the 'Boutique' element. We arrived at 15:15 and the cheerful, efficient receptionist guy checked us into room 5 and then showed us the whole hostel features as there were better quality facilities in the newer half. The owners had taken over whole of the top floor as they expanded from the original side which was showing its age where we were. The new side (we were offered on when booking our second night at double the price ensuite triple room at 130) was being developed and had a dining room with four tables, kitchen, a nice terrace area, showers and loos. We decided to continue slumming it on second (Friday) night and am writing this from the original dining area which is quite tasty but clean with a single central dining table, plenty of chairs and sofas. All very convivial. No doubt these (and the rooms) will be refreshed in time as tourism gathers pace! Room 5 was right next to the reception which proved a little noisy but good for security. It was a fair size room with chimney place, chandelier (only one bulb so quite dim at night), a set of bunk beds and two adjacent single beds. The room was clean with fresh sheets (separate blankets were ordered second evening as got chilly) but there was no bin in the room which we found a common omission in the cheaper places. An LED TV with Turksat hung on the wall so no BBC in English although there were subtitled American films and series. The A/C worked but we did not need it. An open Ikea style canvas wardrobe had six coat hangers useful for things we washed in the common sink in the corridor round the corner. The towels were hireable at 2 each but they were big, good condition and clean. We were told back alley entrance was open 24 hours (up the old style external stairs) and the front of house road entrance only open till midnight. The latter was good for leaving but proved too many flights of stairs at once arriving (no lift obviously to the fifth floor Hostel). The receptionist slept in reception so technically was available all night but I really did not want to disturb his slumber. We noticed groups sleeping till the early hours in the lobby (saving money for early flights/coaches maybe?). I saw a whole family in a small room! Restaurants were close by, even the recommended Sabotano (good prices but check the bill) and the Thai Curry place opposite was indeed our first non Georgian meal of our holiday (unlisted and a bit sterile pricey in the end). We avoided the old toilets and showers as the new ones were much nicer and available to us with our odd hours. The Georgians still have a lot to learn about hooks though, even toilets need them! Shaving was outside in bright red sinks in the corridor so a bit public but cleaners kept everything clean and tidy, emptying the bins (for loo paper) regularly, although tissues were overflowing in the old toilets, another reason to avoid! Throughout the day there were cleaning women doing their business keeping up with the muddy shoes and turnover of guests. It turned out to be a bit noisy on a Friday night with locals shouting in street although I left at 03:30 for my own revelling in Horoom in the enormous Bassiani Club under the stadium. In the evening rush hour we found traffic queues outside front quite noisy. I have worked out that the poorer a country the more aggressive the horns! They offered free coffee in the morning till noon. Drinks were available from the fridges, beer was 4. The breakfasts were offered but not taken up. Ultimately we slept well the two nights there as the beds were reasonably comfortable, even my lower bunk bed, if a bit creaky. One thing I did notice about the staff was that I had seen one in the Cave Gallery close by. I recognised him the next day at the hostel but he and his colleague were less friendly than before and they did not make much of an effort to help me when I returned with a red wine splashed t-shirt to wash using a bucket I could borrow. Tomorrow they would give me one as they were slumped at the reception desk watching movies online. Oh well, maybe not so open minded here either! Similar to Cafe Gallery's attitude and not really one that has tourists from around the world to please and serve, some of whom might be open minded. Or maybe it was because we did not take their newer better triple room the second night at over twice the price?
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Traveled with friends
YanaBotwa wrote a review Jul 2017
St. Petersburg, Russia24 contributions27 helpful votes
I stayed there in 2014, 2015 and came back in 2016. The owner always tries to improve the property and in 2016 I found several new rooms and facilities. The hostel is very clean and comfortable. It has literally everything a traveler may need. Since 2015 there is also a really cozy terrace. The location is superb, right in the center with lots of shops and a big supermarket around. The bar district is really close and there are plenty of cafes to choose from.
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Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Griboedov Hostel & Suites
Which popular attractions are close to Griboedov Hostel & Suites?
Nearby attractions include Yuliko & Friends Concept Store (0.2 miles), Soul Train Bar (0.3 miles), and Dive Bar (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Griboedov Hostel & Suites?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Griboedov Hostel & Suites?
Guests can enjoy a lounge, barbeque facilities, and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Griboedov Hostel & Suites?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Griboedov Hostel & Suites?
Conveniently located restaurants include ERTI KAVA Coffee Room, Umami Asian Fusion Restaurant, and Filini.
Does Griboedov Hostel & Suites have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Griboedov Hostel & Suites offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Griboedov Hostel & Suites located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.5 miles away from the center of Tbilisi.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Griboedov Hostel & Suites?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Russian, Turkish, and Ukrainian.
Are there any historical sites close to Griboedov Hostel & Suites?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Parliament of Georgia (0.5 miles), Sachino Palace (1.3 miles), and Tbilisi Wall Ruins (0.7 miles).