Just stayed at the Radisson for 5 nights. Caught a cold so had to spend 1/2 my trip in the room... See full review
Oct 19, 2012
The new Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi is located at the Republic Square on Rustaveli Avenue, a prime location in the very city centre. Republic Square and the Rustaveli Avenue is located in the heart of commercial and business activities in Tbilisi. The visibility of the hotel is excellent, as the square is located on a hilly part of the town about 200 metres above the Mtkvari River. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Tbilisi offers: The best location, The largest guestrooms, the best views, the best and largest conference facilities, and the largest choice of outlets & service facilities.
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Restaurant will comfortably seat 158 diners and in the summer opens up an outdoor dining section-additional 146 people.
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Have 132 seat capacity and a private dining place, decorated with fireplace.
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Just stayed at the Radisson for 5 nights. Caught a cold so had to spend 1/2 my trip in the room resting. It was a nice room to hole up in. Great views, very spacious, nice tub to relax in. The location was very good to. I walked everywhere and
enjoyed it as a home base. Check out a show at the nearby Pantomime theater. High-end shops, musuems, grocery stores are all nearby. The happening section of town is about a 15 minute walk, but a pleasant and fast one. Only downside is the traffic when crossing the street near the hotel. Crossing the wide avenue with fast drivers coming in both directions is tricky, but I got a hang of it--and you can always take a taxi or the underpass (but it looked spooky). The rooftop pool and bar are nice. Sadly you can't find many places in Georgia that are non-smoking, so I wasn't able to enjoy a bite on the rooftop bar/restaurant (especially with a cold), but there is a non-smoking section in the downstairs restaurant which is rare in Tbilisi. I'd certainly stay again.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Long walk from hotel
Check out the sulphur baths (20-30 minute walk away. You can get private or go public (if you don't mind getting nude in front of other folks (gender segregated). A 10 GEL ($7 massage) only last a few minutes and it can turn into 30GEL without it being very clear if you also get a scrub and a shampoo + 5 GEL for a towel. But still worth the experience because the hot springs were the whole reason Tbilisi was founded where it is. It's the oldest section of town, and a cool sight not to miss.