We researched well on TripAdvisor and Google maps and ended up here and were all happy with it. Firstly we booked a simple room downstairs, but when arriving we figured out the upstairs rooms are far much nicer, double the price but more than double as nice, we changed room. It was just a couple of degrees outside so happy for the warm shower and equally well functioning heater/AC in the room. The bed was good and room spacious. It was unfortunately too cold to sit outside. Fridge was good for the beer and boiler equally good for the coffee. Location is good, easily walkable to roundabout by Colchis Fountain where also some restaurants and banks are. Also easily walkable to Kutaisi market, white bridge and the cable car to Besik Gabashvili Park. We had a rental car from the airport, and just parked on the main street by the Pharmacy. After passing by the famous roundabout, and on to Tsereteli Street, pass by a “shopping mall” on the left and then a pharmacy on the right, just thereafter is a very small sign with hotel names and you find “Paradise road” just down the lane/slope and you are there. The breakfast (paid) was served in the “wine cellar kind of” and was very plentiful, two adult portions was good enough for 4. Very hearty food and very filling. We don’t eat cheese so they adjusted it accordingly to us. Coffee was German style (as everywhere here) but we did bring Vietnamese, as German coffee is not to our liking. The milk and tea was great. WiFi was good but internet generally sucks…nothing to do with the hotel. We did forget one bag at the hotel and Sesili was extremely helpful in checking price, bin what was not valuable and sending it back to us in Hong Kong, thank you! Anyhow, if (I hope so) we come back to Kutaisi, we will surely stay here again. Yes, it is basic, but with the price and very helpful mom and daughter, we felt super welcome. We are two adults one 2 years old and one 5 years old. And BTW, it is a hotel not hostel.…
We perhaps didn’t make the most of it as the peculiarities of Wizzair’s flight schedules to the UK must see a lot of visitors stay just for a single night. Hence, we din’t partake of the breakfast or local wine that was offered and which I am sure was good. The room was utilitarian – with no dividing wall of even curtain between shower and basin/toilet – a pet hate – but the cost worked out at about GBP 10 each so it’s hard to complain. We were also unlucky with the weather which was shocking and very wet indeed but were cosy enough in the room’s quiet confines and the town centre is very near.
Owner happy to pick us up from the airport in the small hours. Pleasant outside seating area, and looks like a riverside garden is being developed. Parking mainly on the nearby street- seems perfectly safe. Quite a lot of difference between the various types of room.
I loved the family, loved the way they refurbished the whole place, loved their breakfast. This was the last and most pleasant stay during our whole Georgia trip, it felt liked an icing on the cake. You will feel most welcome every minute you spend here.
Very centrally located, a short drive from the main railway station (5L by taxi). Nice warm welcome and a very spacious room with a large bathroom (and a good powerful shower). Most rooms have an area outside to sit, and there is a small courtyard overlooking the river with tables and chairs. There is access to a fridge to cool drinks. The bed was comfortable and the room had plenty of space and plugs etc. The aircon worked efficiently. The hotel is a short walk to the main square and restaurants and shops etc. They provide a transfer service to the airport for 30l per car. Would recommend as a non chain hotel option.