Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi
At a Glance
- Unrivalled views from Tbilisi’s first and tallest skyscraper
- Décor evokes nostalgia of a bygone era combined with a touch of modern glamour
Rooms are some of the largest in the city
- Superb location at Rustaveli Avenue, where key landmarks, restaurants and entertainment venues are located
Extensive dining choice of international and Georgian cuisine in a stunning al-fresco or glass bridge setting
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Georgia is a year-round destination. During the summer months from late June to August, visitors can experience pleasant temperatures and dry weather ideal for hiking, whilst those visiting in the rainy months of April to June can enjoy beautiful foliage in between showers. Snowfall is common in the colder months between December and March, bringing a different beauty to the Caucasus Mountains.
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Combining heritage elements with modern touches, the sky-scraping Biltmore Hotel’s spacious rooms, unsurpassed city views and superb central location make it one of the finest accommodation options in Georgia's capital of Tbilisi.
Converted from a former Parliament Building into an impressive glass skyscraper over 300 feet high, Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is a delightful blend of timeless historic architecture with contemporary elegance. Showcasing polished marble floors, crystal chandeliers and enchanting ornaments, the Grand Lobby showcases some of the finest hotel interiors in Tbilisi.
Rooms are equally impressive, inviting with use of natural colors, state-of-the-art amenities and oversized glass windows with exceptional views of the city. With even the lowest-category room starting at 42sqm, it offers some of the most spacious hotel rooms in Tbilisi. Part of the Millennium & Copthorne Hotels, Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi’s central location also means that some of the city’s most popular cafés, shops and entertainment venues are never more than a quick stroll away. The high-fashioned hotel offers a luxury spa experience including massage treatments, sauna and steam room, with a variety of gym facilities also available within the hotel.
Five dining establishments are offered in the restaurant: Xeme Restaurant with extensive selection of sushi and international cuisines paired with breath-taking city view; Xeme Bar, Georgia’s highest bar at 30th floor with 360° view of the city; Azura, al fresco dining at the garden’s pool deck; Sonnet Restaurant & Bar, all-day international dining; The Parlour with tasty cakes for high-fashion afternoon tea; and The Club Lounge, for a spell-binding drink and light snacks on the 22nd floor.
Each of the 214 rooms and suites are luxuriously and spaciously decorated – with even the lead-in category of Deluxe Room offering ample space. Enjoy free high-speed wireless internet, upscale bathroom amenities and large glass windows offering sweeping view over Tbilisi city.
Children are welcomed in the hotel. One extra bed or child’s cot/crib can be added to each room upon request and at extra cost. Larger families or families with teenagers may want to consider the two-bedroom Royal Suite.
This chic hotel has a beautiful spa with steam room, sauna and sun beds. Those looking to stay fit on-the-go will love the glass-covered pool and fitness facilities with cardio and resistance gym equipment.
Tbilisi is a vibrant city full of activities with plenty of landmarks within one kilometer of the hotel including Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, Rose Revolution Square, Rustaveli Theatre, Tbilisi Concert Hall and many more.
Ananuri & Gudauri
Travel between Tbilisi and Kazbegi, stopping at Ananuri Fortress and Gudauri Ski Resort en-route.
Ancient Capital of Mtshketa
Follow the footprints of time into Mtshketa , the ancient capital of Eastern Georgia. Visit Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.
Chateau Mukhrani in Mtshketa
With architecture based on the Georgian Royal Palace, a winery tour and wine tasting at the historic Chateau Mukhrani is an essential experience for wine aficionados.
Cooking Class at Traditional Georgian Restaurant
Get acquainted with Georgian cuisine and learn how to make various Georgian dishes, including the famous khinkali dumplings.
David Gareja Rock-Cut Churches
Visit David Gareja monastery complex, a rock-hewn monastery along Georgian-Azerbaijan border, including Lavra and Udabno monasteries.
Dine in the Sky
Enjoy a fancy four-course dining at 50 meters above the ground. You will be served unlimited glasses of Georgian wine accompanied by live music while you take in the 360-degree view of Tbilisi panorama. Drone videography is available at extra cost.
Evening at Narikala Fortress & Peace Bridge
Take a sunset cable car ride to Narikala Fortress and stop by Peace Bridge for a night view.
Historical Stalin & Cave Town
Follow the footprints of time into Gori, the birthplace of Joseph Stalin, and Uplistsikhe, a cave town from the Bronze Age.
Hot Air Balloon in Mukhrani Valley
Soar above the scenic Mukhrani valley, located near Mtskheta with a glass of champagne.
Discover the highlights of Tbilisi. Stroll through Rustaveli Avenue, visit the Metekhi Church of the Virgin, Sioni Cathedral, bath houses and Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia. Time-permitting, visit a flea market or Dezerter Bazaar in the afternoon.
Wine Spa in Kvareli
Indulge in unique wine spa treatment in Kvareli, right at the heart of Kakheti wine region. We can help you reserve a place so that you can enjoy a variety of wine spa treatments.
Gourmet Caucasus: Origins of Wine & Black Caviar
Baku, Shaki, Tsinandali, Tbilisi & Yerevan
from $6500 pp 11 nights
- Spice up your journey with a wide selection of Gourmet Optionals
- Breathe in the bursting wine aroma in the Georgian valleys, home to the world's first wine civilization
- In Baku, you may want to enjoy the rare black caviar tasting with champagne in the exclusive Nobel Brothers or on board a private yacht cruise
Location & directions
Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is located right at the heart of Rustaveli Avenue, a street lined with cafes, shops, museums, restaurants and entertainment venues. It is approximately 30 minutes’ drive away from Tbilisi International Airport.
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