Tbilisi Marriott Hotel
AddressRustaveli Avenue 13 TbilisiSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This palace of excellent service and facilities is aimed at a business and international-organisation crowd, so is rather formal and quiet. The rooms are spacious, with supercomfortable beds, and the bathrooms are huge. The hotel also houses the Majestic Restaurant (with Italian food), as well as a ballroom and a very good fitness centre. Originally built in 1914–15, the hotel was reduced to a burnt-out shell during the 1991–92 fighting. Marriott restored it to more than its former splendour and reopened it in 2002.
Our independent authors have visited Tbilisi Marriott Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tbilisi.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Vending machine (snacks)
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Restaurant (buffet)
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
This magnificent 5-star hotel overlooks the main avenue in the centre of Tbilisi, 100 metres from the Kashveti Church. Tbilisi Marriott Hotel offers luxury interiors, a gym and sauna.
The spacious rooms at the Marriott Tbilisi are air-conditioned and feature classic décor. All rooms include a flat-screen TV and some offer access to the executive lounge.
International cuisine is served in the elegant Parnas restaurant, and guests can also enjoy light meals and drinks in the Parnas lounge and bar. Fresh pastries are served in the Majestic lounge.
The Tbilisi Marriott is 200 metres from the Georgian Parliament and 600 metres from Freedom Square. It is within a 5-minute walk of the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet, the Museum of Soviet Occupation and the Art Museum Georgia.
On-site parking is free at the Marriott Tbilisi. The reception is open 24/7.
Interesting places nearby
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