|Most expensive month:||October|
|Average price in Tbilisi:||£73/night|
|Cheapest price found:||£3/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Hotel Tbilisi Central by Mgzavrebi
Station Square 2, Tbilisi, Georgia
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Tbilisi is a colourful riverfront city where an ancient fortress overlooks burgeoning 21st-century elements. The lively destination is known for its diverse cultural scene, with a dash of modern architecture.
Take a journey back through time with a visit to the iconic Narikala Fortress, situated in the heart of Old Town. Ride the cable car up from Rike Park for stunning views or hoof it on foot from Meidan. Tour St. Nicholas church and admire the interior frescoes displaying mixed scenes of Georgian history and religious accounts.
The Georgian National Museum is a fantastic way to get acquainted with Georgia’s rich history, highlighted by the Museum of Soviet Occupation, which contains fascinating information on the Soviet oppression. The Archaeological Treasury is another notable feature, offering a display of precious stone and golden decorations dating back to the 3rd millennium BC.
Need a day of laid-back entertainment? Ride the Funicular up to Mt. Mtatsminda, where you can dine or grab a drink at one of the restaurants in the Funicular Complex. Enjoy the encompassing views of the city below, before hopping on a ride in Mtatsminda Park.
Anchiskhati Basilica is Tbilisi’s oldest surviving church, featuring three-naves of rustic frescoes. Take a moment to soak in the ambience while feasting your eyes upon the impressive interior or book a guided tour for an in-depth history lesson.
Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport is located less than 35 kilometres outside the Tbilisi’s City centre. The most convenient way of getting around is by marshrutka or minibus, with drivers for hire throughout Tbilisi. Municipal buses also serve the city area, operated by the Tbilisi Transport Company.
Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi City Centre, rated with a score of 8.5 from 1,661 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Tbilisi. Other top stays include Ambassadori Tbilisi Hotel, with an average rating of 8.8 from 1,418 reviewers, and The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi, with a score of 8.7 from 1,632 reviewers.
Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi City Centre is a hotel near Rustaveli that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.5 across 1,661 reviews.
Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi City Centre is the hotel close to Tbilisi City Centre that is most recommended by HotelsCombined users, with 1,661 reviews rating it at 8.5/10.
If you’re visiting Freedom Square then the nearby Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi City Centre is a popular hotel with HotelsCombined users (1,661 reviews scoring it at an average 8.5/10).
The average price of a hotel in Tbilisi is £49 per night, based on the last 3 days’ data. The average price of a 4-star hotel in Tbilisi around is £71 per night, whereas for a 5-star hotel it’s £72 per night.
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Tbilisi hotels start at £10 for tonight; however, the average price of accommodation is about £47. Many 4-star stays can be found in Tbilisi tonight, with prices starting at £18. These prices were found on HotelsCombined within the last 72 hours.
Tbilisi has a vibrant downtown area where you can find plenty of bars and restaurants, with Tbilisi hotels nearby. It’s a very old city, so you can stroll along cobblestone streets as you make your way to a bar or restaurant. This is a great city for bar hopping, and you’ll find plenty of them on a central strip in the city. Popular favourites are Barbar’a and Prinz Bar, both of which also offer takeaways. Mozaika is a high-quality restaurant that also has a small bar. Other highlights are the Rum Roof Kitchen Bar and Soul Train Bar. To taste local Georgian cuisine, head to Chashnagiri. To find nearby accommodation in Tbilisi, have a look at places like Kopala Hotel, in the city centre.
One of the biggest highlights in the city is Mtatsminda Park; it’s a good idea to book hotels in Tbilisi near this attraction, as the kids are bound to ask for repeat visits. To find it, just head to the Tbilisi TV Tower and you’ll soon see the park’s large Ferris wheel. For more things to do in Tbilisi with the kids, you can also visit the refurbished Funicular Restaurant, which might not sound like something that children will enjoy – except that this favourite restaurant has been turned into a theme park with rides. You can also hire some bicycles and go cycling over the Peace Bridge, which will take you to Rike Park. This has children’s playgrounds, a variety of swings and a giant chessboard. For Tbilisi accommodation close to these attractions, you can book at Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel.
If you don’t have children with you, there are many other things to see in Tbilisi for adults. Old Town is really worth visiting for its traditional Georgian architecture and it’s many tourist shops and cafes. An auspicious landmark in the city is Metekhi Church & Garden, located alongside the Mtkvari River. The church is believed to have been built in the 1200s. There’s also the Sameba Cathedral, one of the tallest Orthodox churches in the world. You can explore more of the city’s history at Narikala Fortress. You can hike up a small hill to get there or take a cable car. You can stay at a hotel like Orion Tbilisi to reach these landmarks.
Georgia is very proud of its cultural heritage, and Tbilisi is the epicentre of these landmarks and attractions. Shota Rustaveli is regarded as Georgia’s greatest poet, who lived in medieval times – you can find his statue next to the fountain on Rustaveli Avenue, along with souvenir copies of his poems for sale. On this main thoroughfare, you’ll also find the city’s Opera House and the Museum of Fine Arts. For paintings by local artists, head to Dry Bridge, in Old Town. You can also sample some ancient Georgian treats, like churchkhela – hazelnuts threaded onto string and dipped in a boiled mixture of grape juice and cornflour and then left to dry. There’s also the regional dish of khinkali, which is similar to Thai dumplings. You can stay in the centre of this at Rustaveli Hotel.