The newly renovated Marriott Tbilisi is located in an elegant historic building. It was originally built as a high-class hotel on the commission of the wealthy Armenian merchant Mikael Aramyants in 1911. Its lavish façade retains the original design utilizing elements of Renaissance and Baroque Architecture. Artful touches abound throughout, from the striking crystal chandeliers in the atrium-style lobby to the home-like amenities in the luxury accommodation.
Located in a prime position on the city’s main boulevard, shopping, Liberty Square, Georgian Parliament, the Tbilisi Opera, and Ballet and many of Tbilisi’s main sites are all within walking distance.
International cuisine and breakfast are 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.
Modern air-conditioned rooms come with contemporary décor, flat-screen TV, spacious work desk, a fully stocked mini-bar, and panoramic views of either the city or Caspian Sea. All rooms come with an iPod dock station and a coffee machine.