Fabrika oozes genuinely cool soviet vibes enhanced by funky industrial elements. The modern design pops within the aged concrete walls and the result is strikingly "old-meets-new".
Having in mind forward-thinking design that promotes sustainability and authenticity, architects from "Multiverse Architecture" have left much of the façade untouched while introducing some industrial and loft elements.
"If you ever needed a clear signal of Tbilisi’s arrival on the contemporary tourist map, it would be the debut of the Adjara Group Hospitality’s Fabrika"
Fabrika was founded under the pillars of Georgian hospitality to generate an unforgettable and empowering travel experiences for independent travelers who want to connect with like-minded people from around the globeGo to Website
Whether you want to hang out with funky creative crowd, have a more sophisticated outing to discuss latest trends in modern art, or just have a chill-out session
"Fabrika is at the vanguard of the regeneration currently taking place on the left bank, and plays host to art openings, photography exhibitions and live performances"
"The neighbourhood is a particular draw, the cobbled streets, so reminiscent of the old world, giving way to fabulous period architecture – a mix of traditional Georgian silhouettes alongside art nouveau and neo-classical piles"
Guest rooms have high ceilings and oversized windows, allowing for an abundance of natural light and picturesque views over Tbilisi’s eclectic scenery. For those who want more privacy, the Hostel has five signature apartment style Suites with 270-degree views over some of the city’s most spectacular landmarks
Telephone: +995 322 020399
Address: 8 egnate ninoshvili str., 0102, Tbilisi, Georgia