An international hotel chain will open its doors in Georgia’s capital city and offer luxury service that can cater for hundreds of guests.
After Berlin, Deli, Dubai, London and Paris, Tbilisi will soon be the latest member of the Hyatt Hotels Corporation family, with a Hyatt Regency Hotel set to open its doors in central Tbilisi in 2017.
The new 170-room hotel will be located in the central city and will open in the former Ministry of Justice building of Georgia’s Ministry of Justice, on Rustaveli Ave – the city’s main street. The building has an architectural monument status and will be transformed into a modern, high-class hotel.
An artist's impression of the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Tbilisi.
The hotel will have several meeting halls including the banquet hall, four restaurants, spa and fitness center.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Rustaveli Property, the company responsible for building the Hyatt Regency hotel in Tbilisi, have already signed an agreement about managing the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
The agreement noted construction on the building should be finished in 2017.
"We are glad we are able to have the opportunity to add this remarkable architectural monument to our portfolio and expand in Europe,” said Peter Norman, the Vice President of Hyatt in Europe, Africa and Middle East.
He said the hotel was designed in a way that would create a pleasant environment for guests, and offer "unforgettable culinary masterpieces” and high-class meeting room for business meetings.
Roman Pipia, the founder of Rustaveli Property said: "It is an honour for us to work on this project together with Hyatt.”
"It is a big honour to be a responsible for transforming such important building [which has a status of architectural monument]. We cannot wait to finish the works for opening the hotel,” Pipia said.
More than 150 hotels around the globe are part of the Hyatt Regency network.