Guesthouse Nick&George (named after the children of the hosts) is located in Atskuri village, between Borjomi and Akhaltsikhe. If you want to receive a very warm welcome, be stuffed with delicious food and have your trek organized, this is the place to go!
Unfortunately it was raining the day we were there, but the hosts are incredible.
Rooms are nice and big, there's internet and sauna. They can organize horses and one-day or multi-day treks.
Home-made food. The hosts offered to grill a rabbit for us!
If you're looking for an accommodation in Borjomi, there is a private house within two minutes walking distance from Brojomi Park. The house owners offer flats and affordable/negotiable prices depending on the length and season of your stay. For more info, please visit the web indicated below.
- Location: Central part of the city;
- Flats are private with own kitchens, bathrooms, etc.
The guest house is located in the building next to the Borjomi Karagauli park administration. The rooms are pretty clean as well as the shower, there is a balcony there, the place is quite. Its a bit far away from the city center, but a taxi to everyplace around Borjomi is 2 Lari. On the first floor there is a huge dining room that can contain more than 20 people I believe as well as a fully equipped kitchen and a washing machine. There are 4-5 rooms on the second floor.
The cost was 60 Lari per night per room and you have to cook your own breakfast.
To my understanding the place was renewed and opened recently and doesn't appear on the park's web page, but Natia suggested it when I emailed her, she said that it is better than the one in Marelesi.
It was clean in a nice old wooden house, completely renovated. Central next to the busstop and the museum. With airco and big rooms
The old building and the central location.
This complex is the best place to stay in that region, though by western standards this is 2-3 star place.
Despite this the place itself has a historic significance and really deserves a stay there along with a tourist guide.
It was built by russian Emperor Nikolay; it used to be a place of residence for Stalin and later on a number of foreign dignitaries lived there... Ins sum a very interesting place for stay.
historic significance, mineral water, great place for recreation
It is a very nice place with the Borjomi mineral water and sulphur water spas. Rooms are very comfortable with a satelite TV and private bathroom.
There is a conference room, bar and the restaurant at the hotel. Delicious food and great views from the third floor and from the restaurant.
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