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Edelweiss: lovely mountain hotel in Gudauri

pleasant mountain hotel in upper part of Gudauri
beautiful view to mountain when weather is good

lovely room, lovely view from balcony
breakfast pleasant
in low season not much to do..when skilift and walking path are closed

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, Skiing and Boarding
  • Written April 21, 2015

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spa hotel in Borjomi

very beautiful building and amazing lobby

very beauitufl internet pager

unfortunatrely the service of spa fitness and sauna is not so good
many thing do not work in weekend and ewverything cost extra

nice view downtown from hotel room

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written April 10, 2015
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  • Reviews: 863

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Tbilisi, Babilina Hotel

Babilina is a small family-run hotel perfectly located in the old part of Tbilisi, not far from Freedom square. The building has several floors and no lift, so be prepared to carry your bags up the steep stairs, which can be quite a challenge. The room we stayed in was spacious, clean and comfortable, with a nice bathroom and free Wifi.
Breakfast is served on the top floor, in what seemed to be a very nice dining room with big windows on its three sides, but when it came to sitting there with the merciless sun outside, it was like in a sauna. The breakfast itself was substantial, but in comparison to other places we had an opportunity to eat in, it was rather small and not varied at all.

The best thing about the hotel is a nice little terrace on a top floor, with wonderful views of Tbilisi panorama. We spent there a few evenings, sometimes alone, sometimes with fellow travellers, sipping Georgian wine and admiring lit-up Tbilisi.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written March 7, 2015
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  • EkaT47 profile photo EkaT47
  • Reviews: 1

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Hotel Classic: Very Nice

It was unforgettable. First of all the attitude of personnel - they were really friendly and helpful and the breakfast was one of the best I ever tried - very tasty and I enjoyed the Georgian food.

I also liked the location - it's only few minutes down the street and you are in the very center of city, but the hotel was quiet and cozy - I definitively come back there for a longer time

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Business Travel, Adventure Travel, Historical Travel
  • Written November 16, 2014
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  • Veroali profile photo Veroali
  • Reviews: 230

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Across the country

I was told that two or three years ago there was no hostel or cheap accommodation in Tbilisi, only few expensive hotels. It has changed a lot. Georgia is ready to accept backpackers heading to Caucasus. You will always find some hotels or hostels in bigger towns. Even small villages in Caucasus have some guesthouses or mostly you meet some locals and they offer you an accommodation in their house. Locals are very friendly and hospitable.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Mountain Climbing, Hiking and Walking
  • Written September 10, 2011
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  • Nuaga profile photo Nuaga
  • Reviews: 10

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Agrotourism at Shorena Khangoshvili and Nata Khan: Agrotourism at Shorena Khangoshvili and Nata Khan

An inseparable element of the Kist hospitality is feasting together, according to the following Georgian saying: "a guest is God’s messenger". The Kists are honoured to have guests and gladly invite them to the table. During such feasts the natives often organise Kist and Georgian music concerts as well as traditional dance shows.
f so required by the guests, the hosts provide car transport from the airport or the bus station in Tbilisi to Pankisi. The Pankisi Gorge can also be reached from the Ortaczala bus station in Tbilisi by the so-called marszrutka (a minibus which runs on a regular basis; travel time: 3.5 h).

The house is located near the center of the village, nearby an old cemetery from one side and a kindergarten on the other. The Alazani river is flowing nearby. A one-storey house, specious, with a verandah overgrown by a grapevine . Surrounded by a large garden and an orchard.. Vast terraces are usually covered in grapevines from which heavy, purple and dark blue Kist wine is made. The wine is drunk from glasses or special buffalo horns, and it leaves on one’s lips a specific residue in that very colour. At their doorstep, the Kists treat their guests to local culinary specialities. They don’t let their guests buy any food, and offer them home-grown fruit for free.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Farm Stay, Adventure Travel, Horse Riding
  • Written December 30, 2009
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  • Nuaga profile photo Nuaga
  • Reviews: 10

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Agrotourism at Natela Altamova And Soso Gumashvili: Agrotourism at Natela Altamova And Soso Gumashvili

A Two-storey House, Guest Rooms On The First Floor, Separate Entrance. Surrounded By A Garden, A Vineyard And An Orchard.
The Kists usually make available to their guests a whole storey of their house, with a separate entrance. The guests are offered spacious rooms. Most houses are surrounded by a big garden, in the vicinity of which there are orchards, vineyards, apiaries as well as bird and cattle farms.

Trips to the region of Pankisi gorge and high Caucasus mountains. Contact in Russian and in basic English.
The Kists are very hospitable and kind people, quite friendly to strangers. One remembers for a long time the joy derived from the contact with them. Their lifestyle, so different from the Western European customs, has not been tainted by commercialism yet, which makes tourists compare their stay in Pankisi to expeditions to most exotic corners of the earth.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Mountain Climbing, Adventure Travel, Eco-Tourism
  • Written December 30, 2009
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  • Nuaga profile photo Nuaga
  • Reviews: 10

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Agrotourism Lodges At Niko Pareulidze: Agrotourism Lodges At Niko Pareulidze

The house is located at the end of the main road in Birkiani, at the feet of the mountains. From the verandah there is a view over nearby mountains, The Alazani river is flowing close by. Very good location as a base for the high Caucasus mountain trips.

A large household - hen, turkeys and cows, horses, fruits from an own orchard Horseback riding to the region of high Caucasus. Organized meetings with interesting villagers in Birkiani ex. a men fighting with a goat.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Wine Tasting, Adventure Travel, Eco-Tourism
  • Written December 29, 2009
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Spacious rooms at Niko Pareulidze lodge

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  • Nuaga profile photo Nuaga
  • Reviews: 10

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Agrotourism logde at Hadishat Bagakhashvili place: Agrotourism in Pankisi: Hadishat Bagakhashvili

A single-storey house with the overshadowed verandah, a garden and an orchard around. The house is at disposal of guests, large, spacious rooms. Hosts are living in two houses nearby the guest house. The house is situated in the centre of Duisi, near the Alazani river.
Contact in Russian and in basic English.
Amount of place: 2 double rooms

A swimming pool for children in the garden
The household - hen, turkeys, horses and cows, fruits from an own orchard, a vineyard and an apiary.
Light carriage trips (arba ride- two-wheel cart) in the area of Pankisi gorge and high Caucasus mountains.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Wine Tasting, Farm Stay, Adventure Travel
  • Written December 29, 2009
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Spacious rooms at Hadishat Bagakhashvili place

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  • Reviews: 3

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Hotel VIP Victoria: Cosy hotel in Tbilisi

Small and comfortable hotel in the area of Vake, just upper side of Chavchavadze street. Rooms are large enough, some are with both tub, some are only with shower. Internet speed is high.
You find a lot of nice restaurants on Abashidze street nearby.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written December 26, 2009

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  • Nuaga profile photo Nuaga
  • Reviews: 10

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Makvala Margoshvili Agrotourism: Agrotourism logde at Makvala Margoshvili place

Contact in Russian and in basic English.

Amount of place: 3 double rooms

WC in a separate building outside the living quarters (so-called privy)

Tap water in the courtyard or from the well. Bathroom with the sewage system (with outflow of water) on the ground floor. Possibility of heating water on request of the guests.

The view from the verandah upstairs is stretching out from one side to the range of the high Caucasus (at the good weather there are visible peaks covered with snow), from the other side to the mountainous hillside of the river, with remains of the Georgian temple named Chorbalo, dating back the times of queen Tamara (XI-XII c.)

Additional attractions:

Pool table available on the ground floor of the building, a swing in the garden.
Therapeutic baths in the Alazani river under the supervision of Makvala Margoshvili
Rafting on tires.
The household - hen, turkeys and cows, fruits from an own orchard, a vineyard and an apiary.
Mountain expeditions into the high Caucasus mountains
An invitation to watch the traditional prayer of women's Islamic Sufism brotherhood in the old mosque in Duisi every Friday.
Organized of concerts of folk bands Daimoakh.

Further info at www.pankisi.org

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Adventure Travel, Farm Stay, Eco-Tourism
  • Written December 15, 2009
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A large, two-storey house of Makvala Margoshvili

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  • silasm profile photo silasm
  • Reviews: 18

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Andrew's Guesthouse: Tbilisi's Best Value Homestay



Stay in a historical building located on a quiet street, with the city center right around the corner. Take a stroll down the street to a major city attraction old Tbilisi, or taking in the great view from the balcony of your bedroom. This bed and breakfast is a must-see for anyone looking to discover Tbilisi! 2 rooms available: 30 square meters (280 square feet) and 10 square meters (95 square feet). Both rooms have 4 meter (13 feet) high ceilings. Cable TV, free internet access and breakfast are included. Transportation to and from the airport can be provided upon request. Laundry service, lunch and dinner are available for additional fee.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Budget Travel, Singles
  • Written May 2, 2009
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Akhaltsikhe - Hotel Meskheta

Don't expect fancy accommodation facilities in Akhaltsikhe. We chose the Hotel Meskheta to sample the "old days" communist era in this part of the world. This venue used to host high ranking government officials including Stalin and, considering the size of this city, the hotel was probably rather sumptuous and comfortable.
Nowadays, the desert lobby welcomes the guests who need to climb a staircase to the second floor in search of the reception. The yellow, dim light reveals a long corridor with room doors on each side. The kind and smiling middle-aged lady at the reception doesn't speak English and writes the price per night in Lari on a piece of paper, but she wouldn't mind to take Euro currency.
My room has several beds and a broken window pane, but I'm glad the en-suite bathroom has running water although cold. It's not a bad accommodation after all, and I'm only puzzled by the safety equipment - rotting fire extinguishers - seen on the way to the parking backyard that can be reached with a rusting, swinging external staircase.
We returned to this stopover for a second night when we found out that the rough road we chose to reach Tbilisi was impassable. This time we've met Kathy, a younger, extremely helpful lady who took us around the city at night in search for an internet point.
Despite I've seen more comfortable places, the warm hospitality received made the Meskheta a good stay.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Road Trip
  • Written November 25, 2008
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Hotel sign on an ordinary house: Kazbegi

The Stepan Sminda hotel in the town square looked tempting, but I decided to try my luck with the locals. I started walking around the main square, and came behind the statue of Alexander Kazbegi there was a small hotel sign on an ordinary house at the crossroad. It proved to be a homestay.

And that was it, a small simple room, 15 lari/night/person, hot water, signs and drawings to communicate as my English proved useless….. In addition, I was offered meals at 10 lari/meal, a little bit expensive, but it finally proved a good idea to take them. Not only they were excellent and abundant, but the provisions one can get from the local shops seemed scarce and highly overpriced (because of the distance, I believe).

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Singles, Budget Travel, Backpacking
  • Written December 2, 2006

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Lia's homestay: central Kutaisi

Lia’s guesthouse has a good location (3 minutes walk from the main town square up the hill) easy to reach everywhere in Kutaisi. You will probably be offered a room at the ground floor in the backyard, shared baths but with hot water all the time. Being “quite a character herself”, Lia will probably ask payment (20 lari, no breakfast) the minute you are shown the room.

You can even use the fridge on the corridor, but should ask for permission first.

The only minus – if your room is on groundfloor, the neighbours will be able to see everything in your room, through the windows which open directly in their noses. However, there’re curtains, and besides….after a nice long day, you’ll surely fall asleep immediately.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking, Singles
  • Written December 2, 2006

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