Which new hotels are opening their doors in Tbilisi next year?

At least 60 new hotels, with 3,800 rooms collectively, are currently under construction in Georgia. Photo by N. Alavidze/Agenda.ge.
Agenda.ge, 02 Nov 2016 - 12:36, Tbilisi,Georgia

Planning your next holiday in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi and thinking of staying at a new, exciting hotel? Tbilisi will welcome dozens of new hotels next year, so there will be plenty to choose from.

Georgia is currently experiencing a building boom of new hotels and guesthouses, which is giving rise to hundreds of new hotels in the country.

At least 60 new hotels, with 3,800 rooms collectively, are currently under construction in Georgia as developers boost investments to match surging demand.

Here is the list of the hottest new hotels that will open in Tbilisi in 2017:

5-star InterContinental Tbilisi

An artist's impression of the InterContinental Tbilisi hotel. Image by Adjara Group.

One of the exciting openings planned for 2017 is a five-star luxury hotel InterContinental Tbilisi, which will be located in the very heart of the city, on Merab Kostava Street 14, in the historic building of the former State Publishing House.

Adjara Group Hospitality will invest $35 million in opening a 205-room hotel thanks to the financial efforts from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and one of the largest local banks Bank of Georgia.

5-star Radisson BLU Telegraph

Photo by Silk Road Group. 

One of the largest and most dynamic hotel groups worldwide, Carlson Rezidor, will expand its hotel presence in Georgia by opening a $60 million new Radisson BLU Telegraph hotel in Tbilisi next year.

A 5-star Radisson BLU Telegraph hotel will be opened in the former post and telegraph headquarters, which occupies a strategic and prestigious location at the very heart of Tbilisi, in a prime touristic and business center on Rustaveli Ave.

The eight-storey Telegraph Building has been reconstructed to Radisson BLU Hotel offering circa 180-190 keys.

5-star Sheraton Metechi Palace

Photo by Sheraton Metechi Palace.

The Sheraton Metechi Palace, Tbilisi’s iconic five star hotel, is to be dramatically transformed by a major investment which will allow the hotel to be restored to its full glory.

To facilitate the $50 million refurbishment program to take place, the hotel was closed in 2014 and will continue hosting the guests at the city’s signature hotel after re-opening.

The landmark hotel, which was firstly opened in 1991, will be upgraded and will feature 220 luxurious guest rooms, club rooms and suites.

5-star Rixos hotel

An artist's impression. Image by Itsik Moshe/Facebook. 

A new five-star Rixos hotel was also planned to be opened in Tbilisi next year.

Located on Gudiashvili Str next to the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia, the hotel was expected to be the most luxurious and most expensive hotel in Georgia.

4-star Hilton Garden Inn Hotel

An artist's impression by Redix.

A new 4-star Hilton Garden Inn Hotel will open in the most up-market district of Georgia’s capital Tbilisi next year.

Currently an eye-catching 14 storey building is under construction in the heart of Tbilisi's financial district, on Chavchavadze Ave, 64a (CH64) where banks and commercial headquarters operate.

New 160 room hotel will be operated by the Hilton Hotels & Resorts and will be included in the CH64 complex, being built by the local real estate investment management firm Redix.

The EBRD was co-financing construction of $31 million USD Hilton Garden Inn property in Tbilisi.

3- star Park Inn by Radisson

An artist's impression. Image by Daniel Doinitsin/Facebook. 

Tbilisi will also welcome Park Inn by Radisson hotel in 2017. The 3-star hotel will be located in central Tbilisi, just off the capital’s main commercial street and only 200m from the former Georgian House of Parliament. It will be opened in the former Tori Hotel which next year will be transformed into a Radisson Hotel.

The total cost of the 200 guest rooms hotel will be $25 million USD.

Hyatt Regency Hotel

An artist's impression of the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Tbilisi.

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 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.

Moxy Hotel

An artist's impression of the Moxy Hotel.

Georgia will soon be the first Eastern European country to welcome Moxy Hotel to the region.

Leading American hospitality company Marriott International will open the Moxy Hotel – its third hotel under the flagship Marriot Hotels brand in Georgia’s capital – by the end of 2017.

The new hotel will boast 130 rooms and be located at Saarbrucken Square, formerly known as Vorontsov Square, in a historical part of the city.

The total cost of the project is over $25 million USD.