Our initial research into the hotel options in Tbilisi showed lots of hostels, a few very high end (and crazy expensive) hotels, and a handful of small mid-range options. This is one of the mid-range options and is located on a relatively quiet side street at the edges or old town, within walking distance to most of the sights.
Reception staff were initially a bit shy, but always friendly and helpful when asked. They were able to organize airport transfers, taxis, and a great guide for Davit Gareji.
Our air conditioned room was small, but not overly so, and comfortably furnished. Sadly, the rooftop terrace is currently under construction, but looks like it will be quite nice once finished.
Breakfast was included in the room rate, but we only took advantage of it a few times because there were so many more tempting options in the area, including street bakeries and outdoor cafes. On the days we stayed in for breakfast we found it to be fully acceptable, nothing to write home about but also nothing to complain about.
My only minor suggestion would be that they could provide better maps for their guests. They have one in the lobby, but that doesn't help me when I'm lost in the city and we ended up buying one at the English bookstore.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking