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Georgia, with its unique cultural history and stunning natural beauty, it has always been on the minds of intrepid travelers.
It has been named one of the safest countries for post-pandemic travel.

Georgia is waiting. So are we
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A New Destination

After a long wait, Rooms Hotel Kokhta has opened its doors, just in time for the ski enthusiasts!
Situated in Bakuriani, under the shadows of the breathtaking Caucasus Mountains, Rooms Hotel Kokhta is a strikingly contemporary ski-in ski-out resort in winter and a perfect gateway to alpine experiences year-round.

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Trends Are Good. Taste Is Better.

All three of Rooms Hotels locations are restorations that translate historic locations into places of contemporary comfort. Industrial architecture, salvaged building materials and the unique approach to creating cultural and social “living spaces” are just a few elements that have been embodied by Rooms Hotel Tbilisi. While in Kazbegi, retro-Soviet meets industrial chic. Inspiration for the new visual identity was drawn from the landscape, traditions and history of the local area and the surrounding mountain range. The Rooms Hotels experience is passionately authentic, a mirror image of modern day Georgia interlaced with its traditions and history.

Beyond is a project launched by Rooms Hotels Brand in 2020 aiming to establish a cutting-edge approach towards hospitality. Impactful and insightful storytelling, video series, podcasts, and collaborative workshops adhere to the contemporary vision of going beyond the ordinary hotel experience. We evoke inspiration in our thriving community through experiential travel, bringing them closer to authentic Georgian culture and the creative landscape of the region.

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Where We Eat & Drink

The Kitchen
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Cafe Stamba
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Lolita
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Bar Room
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The Garden Bar
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The original brick and concrete building, once a Soviet-era publishing house, has been reshaped to showcase the brutalist splendour of this 20th-century landmark.

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Stamba Hotel

Brutalist structure of a Soviet-Era Publishing House has been given a new life.

Elegant and Spacious

Nestled within the historic and expansive atriums, passages and courtyards of what was once Georgia’s most important printing house, the Stamba Hotel universe is an interconnected collection of superlative experiences to discover, explore and enjoy. In the spirit of contemporary Tbilisi, Stamba Hotel represents and embodies this relaxed, yet globally significant, feeling throughout its extensive facilities and service offering.

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Fabrika Hostel

Meet Fellow Travellers

Fabrika Hostel, housed in a former Soviet sewing factory, is a youth-oriented, communal-vibe, design hostel. Having dormitories, private rooms and Apartment Suites the Hostel caters to a variety of travellers.

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Original Experiences

In collaboration with Design Hotels, we present you Original Experiences in Rooms Hotels.

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Explore Georgia

Travel Experiences

Inspire your stay in Georgia and become a true insider while experiencing our tours in the city and the mountains.

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Events Calendar

01.12

#Film: 20th Tbilisi International Film Festival

7:00 pmAmirani Cinema

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02.12

#Art: Vakhtang Beridze – ‘From the Chronicles of the Institute’

6:00 pmGallery Nectar

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02.12

#Art: Stefanie Heinze – RULER at LC Queisser

6:00 pmLC Quessier

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Rooms In The press

AD Magazine

Dans l’enceinte de l’hôtel, place à une ambiance industriel-chic. Surprenant.
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Condè Nast Traveller

Scene-setting neighbourhood hangout in the east European renaissance city everyone wants to go to
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Travel and Leisure

Adjara Group is single handedly making Tblisi, Georgia, one of the coolest cities on the globe.
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Design Milk

In Tbilisi, Stamba Hotel Takes a Page from a Former Soviet Printing Press
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