Hotels in Georgia

Not too many people know that the word wine originally came from a Georgian word (g'vine). Georgia has always been an important tourist destination for lovers of art, wine and first-class hotels.

The Radisson SAS Iveria Hotel is in Tbilisi and stands at the Republic Square on Rustaveli Avenue. The hotel gives you a view of the Mtkvari River. It has the largest guestrooms, the best and largest conference facilities, and the largest choice of services in the country. The Vere Palace Hotel started in 1998 but its popularity hasn't faded ever since. The hotel initially had 22 guest rooms and suites, a small restaurant and a bar but had to expand because of its growing reputation.

Today the Vere Palace has 42 deluxe rooms and suites, including a presidential apartment, with a new restaurant and bar. Located in Vere district, it is very close to Rustaveli Avenue and its famous opera house, Symphony Hall, theatres, cinemas, and museums. The international airport is only 25 minutes away by car.

Hotel David in Bantumi is also in the middle of things. It has 12 double rooms painted with warm colors. All of them are equipped with an international telephone line. Its restaurant is located on the ground floor. It features a subtle and intimate interior so you can lay back and relax while waiting for your order. The menu offers you traditional dishes of Georgian and European kitchen.

Georgia boasts of its high mountains and strong drinking culture. Georgian lifestyle may seem a little old and decadent to foreigners; but you can't dismiss their natural love for talk and good food. This is what tourists keep coming back for.