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Address:  29, Rustaveli Ave.Tbilisi CIty  

A Luxury Hotel in the Heart of Tbilisi
The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is a glass skyscraper and the highest hotel in the Caucasus Region. Offering astonishing views, it is ideally situated within the historic and cultural district of Georgia’s capital city. The grand lobby echoes the nostalgia of a bygone era and resonates the glamour and prestige of the social elite and transports guests into an envelope of luxury, unseen or experienced by others before.

The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is built straight next to the Soviet era Institute of Marx, Engels and Lenin (IMELI), which became the hotels essential part. Originally built in 1934-38 in the Stalinist Gothic style by famed Soviet architect Alexey Shchusev – the man who designed Lenin’s Mausoleum in Moscow’s Red Square. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the building was used for government purposes and housed Georgia’s first independent government under controversial former President Zviad Gamsakhurdia in 1991-92 - The first constitutions of Independent Republic of Georgia was signed (in modern days – Guild Amphitheatre Meeting room).

Our 214 luxury rooms and suites provide free high-speed wireless Internet, upscale bathroom amenities and beautiful views over the old and new city. With distinct lifestyle venues and, a sensational spa and a one-of-its-kind entertainment arena, this property promises to be the only address for glamorous lifestyles. An urban retreat for the privileged few or the ideal partner for those conducting business in the city, The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is the ultimate address for discerning travelers.

The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi occupies a central location close to cultural sites and leisure opportunities. Nearby Old Town's narrow alleys lead to historical houses with charming balconies, while Narikala Fortress and Metekhi Church lie close by as well. In addition, the hotel's location in the Tbilisi city centre enables easy access to the metro station, just 300 metres away. You can visit 24/7 supermarket and drug-store in 1 minute walking distance from hotel as well as different types of shops and shopping center on Rustaveli Avenue in few minutes walking distance (Location of hotel is the place where Rustaveli Ave. starts). January is a middling busy period for The Biltmore Hotel. Hotel has a ballroom - accommodating 550 guests.

Nearby transport:
• Taxi and limousine service - contact the hotel directly
• Metro station “Rustaveli” - 300 m
• Tbilisi Rail Station - 5 km
• Tbilisi International Airport - 19 km

Shota Rustaveli State University Theatre - 300 m; Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre - 300 m; Philharmonia Tbilisi Concert Hall - 700 m; Georgian National Museum fine art galleries - 1 km; Kashveti Church - 1 km

For more information visit page: https://www.millenniumhotels.com/en/tbilisi/the-biltmore-hotel-tbilisi


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